Golden Hill Istanbul

Millet Cad. No:104 Sehremini, Fatih, Istanbul, 34093, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Millet Cad. No:104 Sehremini, Fatih, Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Sultanahmet Hamami, and Istanbul University.
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    Getting to Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by migs-nz on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... in English, the language spoken sounded very unfamiliar. We managed to find our transfer and after a bit of chaos in the parking lot headed off to our hotel. The trip took ages! We started out ok, driving past beautiful flowerbeds along the road and occasional remains of old walls until we hit the weekend traffic. Heaps of families were picnicking along the roadside in ...

    Nice escape from the city

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Jun 10, 2014

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    ... people on bikes. There really weren't any trails that could get us away from the main drag so we just kept walking. After about a half a mile the park came to an end. It was the smallest national park I think I had seen. So we continued through the other side and walked the town area behind it. At this point the humidity and heat were starting to get to us so we chose routes with lots of shade and managed to end up back where ...

    Istanbul revisited

    A travel blog entry by nuraini_hamid on Sep 19, 2013

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    ... outside the Walls of Constantinople. Built in 1458, it was the first mosque constructed by the Ottoman Turks following the Conquest of Constantinople in 1453.

    The mosque rises next to the place where Abu Ayyub al-Ansari (Turkish: Eyüp Sultan), the standard-bearer of the Islamic prophet Muhammad (pbuh), is said to have been buried during the Arab assault on Constantinople in 670. When prophet Muhammad (pbuh) arrived in Medina, he was offered accommodation ...

    Magic and Mystery

    A travel blog entry by claire-b on Mar 18, 2013

    ... because we were lost in the maze of streets. Eventually we found help (not many people speak English other then to say hello, look at my carpet, come in, etc.) and got to the square and bank machines. After that we wandered until we found a restaurant. After eating we came to the hotel for sleep, early about 7pm.

    Istanbul was Constantinople

    A travel blog entry by keralajs on Jan 25, 2013

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    ... is certainly not blue on the outside. It was built in the early seventeenth century by the imperial architect Mehmet Aga.

    Hagia Sophia dates from the reign of Emperor Justinian in the sixth century. Following their conquest of Constantinople in 1453, the Turks converted it to a mosque. The original orientation of the church was toward Jerusalem, and so the mihrab that the Moslems added had to be slightly ...