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... speakers blaring goodness knows what and people everywhere gesturing wildly, shouting loudly, jumping in and out of vehicles with luggage, prams, boxes, etc. Yurksil was going into the airport to sort something out about Bob's passport recorded on his airline booking for later in the week.
Thankfully we tagged along with them and Yurksil's local knowledge allowed us to avoid at least a half hour wait in long security lines just inside the main front doors. ...
... kü. During the reign of Ahmet III, the Tulip Garden outside the kiosk was filled with the latest varieties of the flower. Up the stairs at the end of the Tulip Garden is the Marble Terrace , a platform with a decorative pool, three pavilions and the whimsical İftariye Kameriyesi , a small structure commissioned by İbrahim I ('the Crazy') in 1640 as a picturesque place to break the fast of Ramazan. Murat IV built the Revan Kiosk in 1636 after reclaiming ...
... is another huge tourist attraction and the lines were incredibly long. We waited at least half an hour to enter a room filled with jewel-encrusted ceremonial swords and daggers. Oh yes, there’s also an 86 carat diamond. But the diamond suffered from being displayed in an unworthy case, unlike the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London. It was just another bit of shiny jewelry, ...
... in Father Niphon’s analysis, saints who achieved the highest state of physical existence in imitation of God. We Jews invented that concept in Genesis, B’tzelem Elohim, and here relics are viewed as a physical state that is closest to the divine. There are ways in which certain relics demonstrate their miraculous qualities, particularly by not decaying the ordinary way over time, or by emitting a pleasing scent atypical of dead bodies or ...
... r 1603–17). The mosque has a very appealing exterior and features a cascade of domes and six slender minarets which can be sen from all over Istanbul. Blue İznik tiles adorn the interior and give the building its unofficial but commonly used name. The mosque’s architect, Sedefhar Mehmet Ağa, managed to orchestrate the sort of cascading visual effect with the mosque’s exterior that Aya Sofya achieved with its interior. Its curves are very shapely, it ...