Sembol Hotel

Address: Mimar Kemalettin Mah. Kurkcubasi Sok. no 5 , Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Cemberlitas Hamami, Rahmi M. Koc Museum, Constantine Column, and Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii).
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Istanbul: Bosphorus Cruise - March 2015

    A travel blog entry by normflach on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... a term denied by successive governments of the Republic of Turkey) resemble the strategies of Nazi Germany in the extermination of Jews, Poles and other Slavic peoples during the Second World War.

    The First World War ended with the Arab Revolt against Ottoman rule and the occupation of Constantinople by the allied nations. The Empire was partitioned under the terms of the Treaty of Sevres. The design of the treaty was to cripple the Ottoman Empire and secure British ...

    Day 3 & Last Day in Constantinople

    A travel blog entry by nicholaspappas on Mar 11, 2015


    ... my family (wife, children, etc.), current studies, ongoing projects and my pilgrimage to the Patriarchate. He was very engaging and truly seemed interested in my responses. We talked about Pope Francis’ visit to the Patriarchate; I told him that I watched the event live on TV and was happy for the Church and for him. So - he thanks me. Imagine that - now he’s thanking me. The Patriarch was equally engaging with the other two ...

    And we're off!....

    A travel blog entry by turas on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... the Mosaic Museum, which fortunately lay around the corner from the hostel. This was the floor of the 4th-century Grand Palace, discovered and carefully restored in the 20th. Whilst Bronagh sensibly sought an Internet café for such trivialities as money/communication with loved ones, I grew ever more feverish in reverie of Rhomania, culminating when, in the tranquil mid-morning light, the sounds of the metropolis muffled, out ...

    Byzantine Churches and Ottoman Palaces

    A travel blog entry by sharon1306 on May 02, 2014

    ... Istanbul cab drivers!!

    The boys loved the mall, we shopped a bit, got them donuts, checked out the dinosaur land that Zach wanted to see, got some dinner at the food court. Then we thought we should head back. This time we took the Metro to Aksaray (Zane absolutely loved the ride) and then quickly walked to the tram stop to get onto a T1 tram that took us back to the hotel. The boys were already getting comfortable with using public transportation to get around.


    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 ...