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... in 1400s if I remember my dates. (Been a few I'd rather forget). Then became a mosque. Turkey is 95% Muslim, including our guide. He was very open about his religion, Turkish politics and living on the borders of Syria n Iran. Guess they don't get a deal on oil either. Fortunately they are generally moderates in Turkey. Women not allowed to cover their face by law in Turkey, so anyone in Burka is Arabic. Hagia Sofia is over 1500 ...
... descendants of the Sultan lived until the uprising of Attaturk. Küçüksu Palace is situated in the Küçüksu neighborhood of Beykoz district on the Asian shore of the Bosphorus between Anadoluhisarı and the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge. The tiny palace was used by Ottoman sultans for short stays during country excursions and hunting.The palace was built to look more European to impress visiting European royalty such as Catherine the Great who stayed there.The palace is decorated ...
... I can’t imagine attending an Anzac Day service at Gallipoli, you would never see the peace and tranquillity, it would be all rush and noise – but the dawn would be there and the noise so……..maybe? We didn’t even go to the new, bigger site of the services now, it’s around the bay a little way away from the cove.
The road runs through a national park and the first part we saw had been a big plain area used by the Turks ...
... place is absolutely amazing... a 5 minute walk from Hagia Sophia and many of the other major sights in Istanbul. It's like the equivalent of being in ChinaTown or L'Enfant Plaza if you were staying in DC. Also everytime I walk out I see Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque... it's made a huge difference on this trip just being able to be so flexible. So I rested for 2 hours (no nap since I want to sleep tonight).
After a brief rest-up at the hostel, I went ...
... not everyone decided to act in the protests, and even fewer chose to vandalize; otherwise, imagine the financial toll of 100,000 people bent on damaging a city--the cost to remedy it would be much higher than the, still substantial, $26 million.
Knowing the above, I will revisit both sides of the argument.
Supporters of the Prime Minister Erdogan:
These people attribute the nation's immensely prosperous economic era to ...
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