Rose Hotel Old City

Kucuk Ayasofya, Aksakal Sok No 20, Istanbul, 34122, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Corlulu Ali pasa Medresesi, Sarnic Hotel Turkish Cooking Class, and Egyptian Obelisk.
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    The Land of the Turks - Part 1 (13th-15th June)

    A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... and later led the army in a civil war and become the first president of the new republic. He is a legend in modern day Turkey. The mausoleum was very nice, and reminded Matt of an Egyptian Pharaoh's tomb. It was made of local materials from every province of Turkey including gold on the ceiling. A bit later on we stopped at a large salt lake. It was a stunning setting with mountains off on the horizon reflected on the perfectly still lake. There was so much salt on the ground that ...

    Day two

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 01, 2014

    31 photos

    ... s most popular attractions, drawn by the spectacle of its size, architecture, mosaics and art.

    The greatest of all domes, is supported by 40 massive ribs, constructed of special hollow bricks made in Rhodes from a unique light porous clay, resting on huge pillars concealed in the interior walls.

    It was used as a church for 916 years, then a Mosque for 481 years. It became a museum in 1935.

    The church was burnt down twice due to ...

    Why Did Constantinople Get the Works?

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 29, 2014

    113 photos

    ... in 1935. Various Byzantine emperors and Ottoman sultans left their marks on the building, and the result is a dazzling hodgepodge of religions and eras, representing Istanbul's rich history. I loved it. It is rightfully as famous as it is, both for its artistry and its history. It was like walking through the ages as we moved among different sections of the building, looking at the various additions from 1400 years of rulers. The second thing that struck ...

    A day with Christy

    A travel blog entry by winkie on Oct 12, 2013

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    So today I meet up with an Aussie girl I meet on the Gorilla trek tour named Christy. She flew in the night before staying at a hostel on the Asia side of Istanbul. We meet at the blue mosque only a 2 minute walk for me from my hotel. After finding each other through all the people we went in with the help of a Turkish man who got us through to the head of the line by pushing people out of the way, like they do. It is amazing inside. But smells of smelly feet. We then ...

    When you come across an Istanbul Protest - Day 5

    A travel blog entry by edabaja on Jun 02, 2013

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    ... breads with cheese and talked about everything from medical school to marriage. The Aksoy's friends were so nice and very lively! We then decided to go for a walk on Bagdat Street - the " Rodeo Drive" of Istanbul - and came across a protest - so we did what anyone would do, we joined! Zeynel was enthusiastic about it and had already been in one the night before. It was very non-violent and just included chants, clapping, too many Turksih ...