The Blue Mosque in Istanbul

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The Blue Mosque in Istanbul

Cezayir Street, Istanbul More

Cezayir Street, Istanbul

Cezayir Street, Istanbul More

The Bedesten of Kayseri, mercado de alfombras. Estambul.

The Bedesten of Kayseri, mercado de alfombras. Estambul.

Izmir Market | Izmir, Turkey • “Izmir Market” by Demetrios Varoumas on http://500px.com/photo/12190747

Izmir Market | Izmir, Turkey • “Izmir Market” by Demetrios Varoumas on http://500px.com/photo/12190747

Santa Sophia, İstanbul,Türkiye

Santa Sophia, İstanbul,Türkiye

Pencere (1970'ler) #istanbul #istanlook #nostalji

Pencere (1970'ler) #istanbul #istanlook #nostalji

Istanbul’s historical mosque is called the Blue Mosque by foreign visitors because of its interior tiles. Construction work began on this masterpiece in 1609 and took seven years to complete. The mosque is such a popular attraction that admission is controlled so as to preserve its sacred atmosphere.

Istanbul’s historical mosque is called the Blue Mosque by foreign visitors because of its interior tiles. Construction work began on this masterpiece in 1609 and took seven years to complete. The mosque is such a popular attraction that admission is controlled so as to preserve its sacred atmosphere.

Kadikoy art market, Istanbul, Turkey by Graham Spicer, via Flickr

Kadikoy art market, Istanbul, Turkey by Graham Spicer, via Flickr

At night in #Istanbul, the "Cicek Pasaji" or "Flower passage" - a rococo-style building, dating from 1876, which is famous for its restaurants, fish market and small shops.

At night in #Istanbul, the "Cicek Pasaji" or "Flower passage" - a rococo-style building, dating from 1876, which is famous for its restaurants, fish market and small shops.

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