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The Ultimate Foodie’s Guide To Istanbul Food and Drink

Istanbul Food and Drinks guide When you visit Istanbul, you get the impression that the city is one big store or, even better, one big restaurant. There are thousands of cafes and bakeries on virtually every street. Therefore, finding a place to eat is not an issue. Turkish cuisine is famous for its history. We can trace culinary traditions back…

Blue Mosque,Istanbul-What You Need To Know Before You Visit

Many of the world’s most famous architectural monuments were erected in celebration of great military victories. In contrast, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque, was built after Turkey suffered several major defeats during the early 1600s.  As Sultan Ahmet did now know how to protect his empire or to restore its power and fortitude, he turned…

5 Best Things You Should Do In Istanbul ,Turkey

The wedding of John F.Kennedy and Carolyn Bessette was one of the most important social events of 1996. The final touch to this significant big event was their choice of honeymoon destination. Most socialites of their era and today would choose a Caribbean Island, Maldives, or Paris.

Karakoy : the Modern Istanbul

There are two Istanbuls. One is historic, an ancient city with abundance of cultural treasures — from the Egyptian Obelisk to the walls of the Roman hippodrome and Ottoman monuments. Then there is modern Istanbul, a vibrant metropolis of 15 million.

A Complete Guide to Ortakoy ,Istanbul

The name Ortakoy means “the village in the middle”, as it is nestled between the two villages of Asrakoy and Pynarkoy. When Istanbul was captured by the Ottomans, Ortakoy was a multinational district, housing Greek, Armenian, Jewish and Turkish peoples in one territory.

A Complete Travel Guide to Beyoglu, Istanbul

A complete guide to Beyoglu Istanbul. Beyoglu known for its architecture and creative community of artists, writers, performers and media types. It is also a major business center, a popular cultural and vacation destination, and the sort of place where life never stops moving for a minute.

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