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... My subsequent research tells me that the building was originally the Kuleli Cavalry Barracks, designed by Gabaret Balyan (man, he was busy), and completed in 1843. It became part of the Ottoman Military High School system in 1845.
The students of the school have been relocated a dozen times since 1845. It was temporarily converted into a military hospital during both the Russo-Turkish War (1877-78) and the First Balkan War (1912-13). After the First World War ...
... Turkish coffee shop - you could almost stand the spoon up in the coffee so thick and strong! Lots of lovely shops selling textiles, gold jewellery and knock off. Leather goods - great fun - Ros managed to buy a scarf - no surprises there! Back at the hotel now for a rest, a reorganisation of t he suitcase before going out for dinner. Off to Gallipoli ...
... as well as night clubs, trendy suburbs,ancient mosques and the Rumeli fortress.
Along the Asian side, the buildings looked quite different. There were some wooden houses along the water front which are very expensive, mainly because they are made of wood! A very rare building material for the ancient city. The houses are called Yah. The oldest surviving yah ...
... Horn, the Bosphors and the Sea of Marmara. The hotel was right in the middle of Sultanahmet and close to all the historical sights, so of course we had to head out and see as much as we could while we were here. We headed to the Gülhane stop and used our IstanbulKart to take the tram into the heart of Sultanahmet. Oh the joy that was written all over Zane's face when the tram (modern, sleek, clean) came and he got on! Priceless! (In case I haven't mentioned before, Zane loves trains, ...
... 8217;ll fly from Tashkent to Delhi. We will focus on the east side of India on this trip
Turkey by Rental Car
We will rent a car at the beginning of April for a month and head out towards Gallipoli Peninsula then cross with ferry to main land (just North of Troy) and travel down the Aegean coast, then along the Mediterranean coast and expect to get as far east as Diyabakier before turning north to ...