The Beauty of Istanbul

Aya Sofya (Hagia Sophia)

Blue Mosque

Basilica Cistern

Istiklal Caddesi when it’s not busy

Shopping on Istiklal

Grand Bazaar

Spice Market

New Mosque across the Bosphorous

Galata Tower

Random adorable cat # 2,547

French Quarter

Çay (Tea)

Hope to see you again someday, Turkey!

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  • http://www.mychamberyexperience.blogspot.com/ Alicia

    Ooh, lovely pics!!

  • http://www.mychamberyexperience.blogspot.com Alicia

    Ooh, lovely pics!!

  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com/ Sally

    Amazing photos!

  • http://twentyeighthofmay.wordpress.com Sally

    Amazing photos!

  • Orcun

    I liked very much your site about Turkish language, and also i am pleased to read about your traveling in Turkey, I hope you enjoy it, next time you visit other cities Turkey ..

  • Orcun

    I liked very much your site about Turkish language, and also i am pleased to read about your traveling in Turkey, I hope you enjoy it, next time you visit other cities Turkey ..

  • http://www.correresmidestino.com/ Zhu

    The spice market must have been a lot of fun. I love these colorful places…

    The cat is so cute!

    I’d love to visit some time…

    Zhus last blog post..Nightmarish Bureaucracy

  • http://www.correresmidestino.com Zhu

    The spice market must have been a lot of fun. I love these colorful places…

    The cat is so cute!

    I’d love to visit some time…

    Zhus last blog post..Nightmarish Bureaucracy

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