Sude Konak Hotel
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... was constructed as a Greek Orthodox basilica and served as the seat of the Patriarchate of Constantinople from 537 until 1453. For a brief 55 years in the 13th Century it was converted to a Roman Catholic cathedral under the Latin Empire. The building was converted to a mosque in 1453 when the Ottoman Turks conquered Constantinople. Many of the Christian icons were removed and the mosaics were plastered over. Islamic features including four minarets were added. The ...
... It was originally covered with gilded bronze plaques, but they were sacked by Latin troops in the Fourth Crusade. The stone core of this monument also survives, known as the Walled Obelisk.
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... if it was an open tour. For $20, I took a tour on the boat up the Bosphoros Straight, past the amazing old and new architecture in this huge city of 20 million people. I drank a cup of apple tea as the sites went by. Mid-cruise, we stopped in a little town for an optional buffet lunch. I skipped the lunch since we were meeting at 6pm for our Overland Tour final dinner. So, I bought a couple snacks and sat in the park overlooking the body of water. Sunset was a very ...