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... to come in to the church. Ultimately, it was a great concert with great acoustics. Wish my friends and family could have been there to see the Randolph-Macon Concert Choir perform in Istanbul. For our first performance was inside the church. The Church was still decorated from the Advent Season and Christmas trees stood near the alter. The church had many people coming in to visit the historic church which many of them consisted of our audience for the concert. It was ...
... passage to Russia through bosphorus straight and the Black Sea. The poms sent three gunships to the Dardanelles thinking it was going to be a quick fire and takeover. This was not the case as the cannons located on the hills below the castles proved too strong and consequently sunk all three ships. The poms then tried to infiltrate via submarines this also proved to be in effective as numerous subs were run aground via submarine nets or sea mines that plagued the ...
... I really enjoyed a lot and if you want to visit any country then you must visit Turkey , Istanbul. Istanbul is one of the most richly layered cities in the world and Turks have been welcoming travelers for centuries! Women will have no issues traveling alone or in small groups in Istanbul.Istanbul has a modern tram line that runs through the Old City and
across the Galata Bridge, ...
... square next to the government building with the Turkish flags and picture of the prime minister. When we got back we stopped at McDonald's for a small bite to eat and a Tobelerone McFlurry then headed up to the park by the hotel. Dad and I sat there for probably two hours and talked about the family/business. After the night time chat we headed up to the room at one in the morning and did some laundry in the sink and went to bed. Long day. Not sure what we'll do tomorrow but ...
... winding, cobblestone streets and came upon a mosque, Kucuk Ayasofya Mosque (Little Hagia Sophia). The mosque was very simple, white walls with blue and gold ornamentation. It was originally build for Emperor Justinian I in 527 and was converted to a mosque in 1505 and was rebuilt in 1871.
After our brief tour, we miraculously found our way to the back of The Blue Mosque. We had to wait in a long line outside, but it moved very quickly. I learned from ...
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