Hotel Pera Hill

Mesrutiyet Cad. N0:95, Istanbul, 34430, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Beyoglu area of Istanbul, is near The Bosphorus, Belgrad Forest, Balat, and St Anthony of Padua.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Layers of History

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 19, 2014

18 photos

... Greek goddess Artemis once stood. It served as a Greek Orthodox basilica and the seat of the Patriarchate of Constantinople for more than 900 years. In the fifteenth century after the Ottoman conquest, the Hagia Sophia was converted to a mosque. Christian mosaics were plastered over and huge wooden medallions celebrating Allah and the Prophet Mohammed were erected. Then, following the establishment of the Turkish Republic, the building was ...

Matthew Reilly's 'The Tournament' revisited

A travel blog entry by determined34 on Jul 03, 2014

4 photos

... and walked us to the entrance of the Cistern. Wow, what an experience, more columns, this time flood lit, underground, with a walkway over the water. The photos are from the iPad as Security Police Paluzzano did not want the pick pockets to take our camera. Low lux and no flash make dark and eerie photos. Its midnight and I am going to bed, up early for a tour of the rest of 'the ...

Greek and Turkish Pop Music

A travel blog entry by ryder.chris on Jan 18, 2014

7 photos

... after the First World War. Like the Turks, the Greeks experienced a similar influence from the Ottoman culture. However in Turkey there was a great influence of European polyphonic art music in the new republic, there was strong emphasis to try and preserve the Turkish feature in music. The Greek popular music has consulted much of Greek literature as opposed to Turk and folksongs. According ...

Istanbul not Constantinople (You were singing it!)

A travel blog entry by mickisc on Sep 15, 2013

23 photos

... in exceptional ways. The Blue Mosque was so light and airy that this massive structure didn't feel heavy. The blue color was vibrant. The dome that soared 141 feet high was built on four colossal pillars to carry the load. Stained-glass windows filled the space with light that reflected off the 20,000+ ceramic tiles, many with its signature blue color. This mosque, built in just seven years (1609-1616), literally broke the bank and was the beginning of the end of the ...

History,History and Spices!

A travel blog entry by brandhorst on Jun 30, 2013

5 comments, 24 photos

... Sultan Zeynep mosque. We called this Kitty mosque because there was an abundance of cats and kittens everywhere!! Animals run free all over Istanbul and there is no leash law. People leave water containers out for them and a lot of them are fed daily. Amazingly they all look healthy and they are all pretty friendly! Our next stop was the Underground cistern created around 542 A.D by the Byzantine empire. This is ...