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... did, although we both agreed to take it slower next time around as I was just knackered after the holiday, but for a change free I had a stress free holiday which made for a different kind of knackered than the last few years :). Well worth the effort and money and an experience to treasure forever. Praise the Lord! Amen. Istanbul ...
... to cover up the battery and avoid puddles....are they kidding. Kagan told us that there has been an influx of Syrian immigrants (who wear lots of black headscarves, and are seen begging on the streets) 300000 in the last 6 months to a year. That's a lot of immigrants. but I use the headscarf issue to judge female roles. forget my 25% estimate....it is..Over 50 percent of the local women in Istanbul....I wanted to ...
... In the end, the sultan solved the problem by sending his architect to Mecca to add a seventh minaret.
The mosque is 64 x 72 meters; the dome is 43 meters high. The construction of the mosque was not as daring as its neighbour Aya Sofya: four huge 'elephant's feet' pillars hold up the dome, a less elegant but sturdier solution to the problem of support.
It gets its name "Blue Mosque" from the tens of thousands of beautiful blue, green and ...
... social positions, are direct reflections of the people's lives.
· Turkish folk music is fed by two main sources: türkü singers (those who create local music via anonymous songs) and âsiks. Türkü singers sing the songs that are performed in all sorts of celebrations, special rituals, certain religious gatherings and funerals throughout Anatolia. As they sing them over and over, they add different words, and create new songs with ...
... way passed Tourist Police.....gee, how bad does tourism get here! This guy spoke decent english and said we would get stopped on the border and fined and what we needed to do was buy an HGS card! He said to go and get one from a bank. After we had visited three banks to no avail, we headed to the Grand Bazaar! I have never tried so hard to be honest and failed completely....it was almost hilarious!
The Grand Bazaar is a market as ...