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... is the mosque of Isa Bey. Interestingly, Isa is the Turkish name for Jesus. This mosque was built in 1375, 300 years before the Blue Mosque.
The mosque was built with materials obtained from Ephesus and form the Temple of Artemis. The interior of the mosque is very plain. It was in total disrepair until the end of the 20th century when ...
... get with all those people living there! Konya is one of the most religious parts of Turkey so we really have to be careful about what we wear, you'll hardly see a lady on the streets without a headscarf. Early night after dinner to recover and get ready for out 6am start tomorrow - a day of driving to Fethiye. Day 6 & 7: Fethiye (24-25 July) And the day of driving is over - it was a quiet one especially for me, as I've lost my voice!! We are settling in for a ...
... speaking English works), the whole group had problems and we all split up and met again. Then OMG the afternoon of hard sell, carpet maker and hard sell, then leather with a bloody fashion parade and the hard sell. I can say there were no sales for our tour bus out of it, we were all really ********** with the tour company by the end of the day. The tour guide who clearly ran on commission was of course struggling to show his ...
... and I were going to have to get some holy water to throw in their face to get them to stop bickering. Who fights on Mary’s sidewalk? Don’t they know that Jesus (and Santa Claus if you don’t believe in Jesus) can hear them?
A private mass was getting ready to begin outside of Mary’s home. One of the friars was setting up a table with a perfectly ironed and positioned table cloth draped over it. We watched ...
... and then walked the access road lined with cooling shade of the pine trees and out the exit to run the gamut of lots of shop keepers.
Our next brief stop was to look at the ruins of Artemis Temple which really has only one column left and currently houses a stork’s nest on the top of it – the neatest I’ve ever seen - with 3 babies tho’ our guide said they are no longer babies. One of the parents was ...