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... in 330AD, and served as the capital of four empires; the Roman (330-395), the Byzantine (395-1204 and 1261-1453), the Latin (1204-1261), and the Ottomon (1451-1922). It was first where Christianity was advanced before the Ottomans took control of the city in 1453, and transformed it into an Islamic landscape.
The historic Silk Road played an important ...
... ville qui résista longtemps aux assauts des Perses, des Ottomans. Aujourd'hui s'ils servent à quelque chose c'est de murs anti-bruit ! Au bord d'une énorme rocade, ils parcourent 7 km de la corne d'or à la mer de Marmara. Nous rejoignons à pied une église devenue musée. C'est l'église de Saint Sauveur in Chora. Elle est bien entendue devenue mosquée sous l'empire Ottoman, mais c'est une des plus vieilles ...
... ferry companies an travel partner haggled with a few so we got an idea of a fair price...ultimately we decided it was too late(and that we were too sunburned) to go on a trip that night, and that we would do it in e morning before our trip. Once we reached this decision we walked across the low bridge(several pics included), watched the water, watched the fisherman, and then hiked back to Sultanahmet to chill the night away at the hostel's rooftop bar.
... be easy nor particularly safe to make the pilgrimage to Iran this time.
But how to circumnavigate this huge country? Via Georgia and Azerbaijan? Visa problems, and unreliable (if not almost nonexistent) ferries. Via Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan? A massive detour and added expense. Via Iraq and Afghanistan? Probably suicide. Our only viable option was to fly. Through gritted teeth, we bought tickets for the Uzbekistan Airlines flight from Istanbul to Tashkent, but before ...
... in the display were the throne of Ahmet I which was inlaid with mother of pearl and designed by the same architect as the Blue Mosque, the jewel encrusted Topkapi Dagger and the massive 80 carat Spoonmaker's Diamond. This diamond is the fifth largest in the world and gets it's name from the legend that it was purchased for 3 wooden spoons. Forget Hans Blix, whoever made that deal must surely be the best negotiator in the world. Photos were forbidden inside so I ...
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