Golden Age I

Address: Topcu Cad. No:10, Istanbul, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Sariyer area of Istanbul, is near Saint Saviour in Chora, Golden Horn, Sadberk Hanim Museum, and Hidiv Kasri.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Istanbul: Bosphorus Cruise - March 2015

A travel blog entry by normflach on Mar 30, 2015

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... ended on a sour note. After a long-term alliance with both Britain and France in a unified effort to curtail Russia’s influence over the Black Sea, Sultan Mehmed VI formed an alliance with Germany and the Central Powers. During the war, the Ottomans took advantage of the European powers' preoccupation with the war and conducted large-scale ethnic cleansing of Greek, Assyrian and Armenian Christians living within the borders of the Empire.

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Day 3 & Last Day in Constantinople

A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Mar 11, 2015


... and another priest. The room was narrow but long; the 18’ ceilings were partially covered with a dark brown but warm wooden paneling. The Patriarch apologized that the meal would be simple - boiled beans cooked without olive oil along with a side dish of Greek rice, sliced tomatoes and spears of crispy cucumbers. Desert consisted of halva and fresh fruit. Imagine that - he’s apologizing to me.

The Patriarch further ...

And we're off!....

A travel blog entry by turas on Aug 29, 2014

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... in either history or fiction (e.g. Famous, Magnificent, Fellowship, Apostles, Ronin, Steps, Red Balloons, in order of increasing number). 'Hip, vibrant' Taksim Square inevitably ensued, and we served no favours to the national stereotype by toughing it out with aSwedophonic Finn anda Norwegian on a balcony bar, whilst the remainder retired. Some balcony, though!

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Bronagh allowed me one last Byzantine ...

Byzantine Churches and Ottoman Palaces

A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on May 02, 2014

... so we just got into a cab. Zane was excited to see the train tracks running parallel to the road we were driving on. It had the metro trains zooming by. We hit a really bad traffic snarl just as we were approaching the mall. We could see a long line of cars all grid locked. The driver asked if he should take an alternate route. We said ok. And then, the guy proceeded to drive in reverse the whole way until he got to the fork! Insane, and this wasn't the last we would see of ...

Day two

A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 01, 2014

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... Ottomans they didn't damage it. The paintings are still in good condition considering the age though some of the mosaics are a bit damaged in places. It almost looks like the gold tiles have been chipped off, maybe stolen. The upper level is accessed by a stone ramp used when they were originally building it.

The architectural beauty Aya Sofya is the largest enclosed space in the world and one of the most important architectural monuments. It's one ...