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... in the world, and 4th largest in terms of area. A masterpiece of art, history and architecture, it served two Abrahamic religions-916 years as the central church of the Byzantine Empire and 477 years as the mosque-before being converted into a museum in 1935.
The Topkapi Palace was next of our sites to see in the Sultan Ahmet Center, the heart of the “Old City” .Topkapi Palace, built in 1478 during the reign of Mehmet II ...
... Turkish people. It is considered to be a comfort food and is often brought to those in mourning or to funerals..... Today I needed to go to Topkapi Palace as my museum card was running out. That involved getting an Istanbulkart which is a travel card rather like the London Oystercard. The journey involved a funicular railway and tram and I found the Turkish transport system to be very efficient and up to date - much quicker than taking a ...
... bought a purse here 3 years ago so I went back to the same store to find another purse. I found exactly what I had been looking for. So I made that purchase. The aromas that fill the Spice Market are absolutely delightful. I could spend all day there just inhaling the fragrances from the spices.
The archeological museum is very close to the Spice Market so we walked. The ...
... to artworks. There was also stuff on neighboring cultures. Then i covered the ceramic plate museum, then saw some of the byzantine ruins. I covered one more smaller museum in the area and then left.
I then went to the Hagia sophia – a byzantine church, that turned into a mosque that turned into a museum. There was a line to get in but that was security. Once i got in i had a look around, this was an ...
... that took place that night with just a few 100,000 people. It seemed odd to have the square set up for Ramadan celebration while this parade was going on, but all was peaceful and festivities went on as usual. Our third day we took a boat cruise up the Bosphorus. It really gives you a beautiful view of the city both the European and Asian sides. As you go north, the more expensive the areas get. There are some amazing hotels and private homes along the water. After the cruise we went ...