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... it was closed. The stores on the outside were open and it was here that I was exceptionally offended. I thought it might be a good idea to buy a long sleeve shirt as it might be needed to enter the Mosques. I spotted a nice grey one, but when I asked the guy if he had my size, he said "sir it is a tight fitting style. You will need to buy 2 and put one on each side of you". A funny man! I've put on a couple of kilos, but ...
Walked up the hill past the Blue Mosque to the Hippodrome, a long narrow plaza which was the original 4th century Roman site of a 100,000 seat stadium used for chariot races and public gatherings. Monuments include the German Fountain, Egyptian Obelisk, Column of Constantine, and Column of the Serpent. Across the Hippodrome from the Blue Mosque are government buildings including the Ibrahim Pasa Palace which was built in 1520 and now houses the Turkish and Islamic ...
Бильг 80;йског& #1086; униве 88;ситет& #1072; про Белар 91;сь и славя 85;скую культ 91;ру, но еще ...
... By far my favourite was the Basilica Cistern, the size of the underground cistern was astonishing seeing all the finely detailed pillars holding up the century old roof. Many of the other memorable attractions I visited the Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar, both are big attractions and whilst in Istanbul ...
... and even sometimes deeds from the time of the Ottoman sultans. After all, just a couple of days ago the prime minister himself put a headlock on a bystander who had the temerity to boo the leader at one of his public appearances related to the mine disaster – and then the prime minister reportedly had his aides finish roughing the guy up.
Perhaps Erdogan could give President Obama lessons on ways to appear a bit more ...