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... in a plastic bag. The mosque was interesting beautiful mosaics and chandeliers, but so many people and as you can imagine the mosque smelled like feet. So after 10 minutes or so we left. Our next guided tour was through the Hagia Sophia, an old church that is now converted into a mosque and museum. This was very old and had a lot of history, you walked through a massive door, and walked around the mosque which in some ...
... until I next go back, because I had way more than 40kg of stuff. I'd hoped that I had taken enough stuff there but when I weighed my suitcases on my last night it was clear that I had to take some things out of my cases. I didn't want to leave anything in Ankara, so that night me and Zeki looked around the streets for a cardboard box, the supermarkets don't give out boxes if you ask for them - they're really mean, but they usually threw them out in the ...
One of the many things I love about Turkey is the culture. Cafes are open until the late hours and I've just spent my evening sitting outside drinking tea with people and talking about things from turkish politics to what different countries think animals sound like. We were debating what sound a cow makes, moo definitely beats borr. However I have been eaten alive by the dreaded mosquitoes, thank god for lemon ...
... the city and also the highest. The original walled city. The whole city is very hilly. Then we went to the Museum and Mausoleum of
the Attaturk, the Father of Turkey. This
man is to Turkey what George Washington is to the US. After World War I, he turned Turkey into the
secular republic that it is today.
Freedom of religion. Mandated
education for boys AND girls. Made a
... br> 3. Although it was the capital of some of the most important empires in the world: Roman, Byzantine, Latin and Ottoman; Istanbul is not Turkey's capital. Ankara is the country’s capital since it became the Republic of Turkey in 1923. It is however its largest city with close to 17 million people.
4. The city was first known as Byzantium but changed ...