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... want to know how close I actually am to where I was dropped off by the first cab) and he points to the road perpendicular to the one we are on and says 15. Ok, fine.
I get out of the car after handing him his 15 TYL, and try to figure out what the street name is. There is no street name. The street name I was given is about 2 pages long and I have no idea where I am! So I took my chances and walked down the road. I was feeling brave and asked some ...
... give away and keep nothing for themselves. Even what they wear is a symbol for the death of ego. Their gowns represent the tomb, their hats are the tombstone and their coats are the shroud. So interesting! The show itself is very repetitive - the four guys spinning slowly while the musicians play and two men sing/chant. It really was beautiful to watch though. I can't for the life of me understand how they didn't get totally dizzy.
The show ended and we headed out to ...
... proved a very knowledgeable guide having studied relevant history and historical architecture at university. The Mosques were amazing and of course very old. They even have an obelisk remaining from the chariot racing hippodrome. It was actually removed from the Egyptians after they lost one particular tiff around 2,000 years ago but before that it stood in front of a kings tomb for 15,000 years. It wasn't toot your car man, his tomb lost its bits and pieces later on. The ...
... Went to the exit to investigate, overheard some poms, asked how long they waited and how much. 18L pp and well worth the half hour wait they said.
... naturalism and constructivism. Then in the 1940s, a group of artists opposed the "mindless importation of western art movements" of the 1930s. In the 1950s, abstract art developed but themes were different from those of continental European art because the Turkish artists used Anatolian cultural motifs and Ottoman calligraphy. The 1960s brought about a social-realist trend (slums, migration, anything gritty and grim). The 1970s was the academization of abstract art. The 1980s saw a ...