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... because Attaturk, who was a brilliant man, realised tuning it into a Museum would reduce tensions between Christians and Muslims. I wonder how Muslims would react if their most significant mosque in the world was taken over and turned into a place of worship for another major world religion. Hagia Sophia is a massive structure and breathtakingly stunning, reflecting its Christian origins and Islamic colonisation. The main section of the church contains a number of huge wooden ...
... there is a beautiful rhythm to it those goes in threes I believe, like 3 washes of the face, hands, feet...etc.
Kara broke dress code policy and was given a scarf to cover her arms. The rest of us were OK. There is not much to do except to stare at the ceiling and walls and you can lose a lot of time doing that. The designs are beautiful and ornate. This art represents the total beauty of these establishments after the ...
... From the hill top we were able to take in not only the beauty of turkey but Los appreciate the conditions these battles were fought in and understand the goal of the campaigne - access to Istanbul. With days services completed around lunchtime we waited for our bus to take us back to Istanbul for the evenings activities. We arrived back in Istanbul around 8pm, had a much needed shower at the hotel and headed round to the Sultan hostel for two up, many beers and ...
... whole city not just their hotel.
We both instantly loved the city, it is not your typical tourist city (altho there were alot of hotels). There was a very distinct Asian/middle east feel, possibly like Bangkok before the tourists arrived. It was noisy and dirty and chaotic and beautiful all at the same time, and it was very cheap. Our bus into town (bout 15mins) was 20c, Jim got a haircut and a shave for €2.80, club sandwich with chips and a ...
... would be coming with us, regardless of our destination. After making the decision to move to Turkey, we had just two weeks to get everything done: sell our furniture and possessions, ship those things we wanted to take with us, and sort out things like bank accounts, passports, and plane tickets. Despite having all that to do, we still spent a good three days running around town and calling the airport to try and sort out Diego's flight details and make sure he had the best ...
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