♡There is something about this photo I just love. Could be the framing, the birds, the lighthouse, the rough sea or all of the above. The photo has movement and excitement, I can almost hear the seagulls' cries, taste the tangy salt water, smell the fragrant breeze, and feel the moisture. It's got it all!

The Maiden's Tower (Turkish: Kız Kulesi) By Yaşar Koç - Istanbul, Turkey. What a pretty picture for the Maiden's Tower.

This is Istanbul's "French Street" (Fransız Sokağı) with tented buildings, street musicians, cafés, bars and art centers. The developer of the area had close contacts with the Municipality of Paris, so the stones of the street were arranged by Parisian architects and 100-year-old coal-gas street lamps from the Municipality of Paris were installed. Fransız Sokağı has a capacity of 3000 people. Heaters on the streets allow the open areas to be used even on cold days.

If New York has Chinatown and Little Italy, then Istanbul has "French Street" full with tented buildings, street musicians, cafés, bars and art centers. Photo by Aniarenia

under the Galata Bridge, Istanbul, Turkey

Uunder the Galata Bridge, Istanbul, Turkey. Beautiful view while eating dinner.

Istanbul, Turkey - Off in the distance beyond the Bosphorus you can see the minarets of the Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque. http://magnificentturkey.com #Istanbul #Turkey #Türkiye

Jair was an orphan raised on the streets in Cuba. I imagine that his childhood was centered around the slums and dilapidated areas of Cuba;

Travel to #Istanbul and admire the Hagia Sophia. (bet you this was taken from the Four Seasons' rooftop bar!)

Neighborhood Guide to Istanbul

✿ ❤ Travel to Istanbul and admire the religious landmark, the Hagia Sophia, Turkei.

Ortaköy Mosque on the shores of Bosphorus, Istanbul, Turkey

Finally in shore, already seen one mosque the Ortaköy Mosque on the shores of Bosphorus, Istanbul. It is like a whole new world of excitement.

Pamukkale, Turkey - this place is so beautiful - so glad to have seen it

If I ever go back to Turkey. Amazing place in Pamukkale, Turkey The Pamukkale travertine pools are a strange formation caused by thermal springs that have been going forever. The mineral composition of the water creates white travertine pools.

Balat - one of the old traditional neighbourhoods that is being threatened with gentrification

Balat - one of the old traditional neighbourhoods that is being threatened with gentrification TURKEY

Anadolu Kavağı lies at the entrance of the Anatolian side of the Bosphorus from the Black Sea,great place for a quiet day trip,with little fish restaurants,waffle and ice cream corners...just opposite, on the European side is Rumeli Kavağı

Anadolu Kavağı lies at the entrance of the Anatolian side of the Bosphorus from the Black Sea,great place for a quiet day trip,with little fish restaurants,waffle and ice cream corners.just opposite, on the European side is Rumeli Kavağı

Selecting Furniture & Sculpture. So you’re a curator with your eye on an extraordinary, dazzling furniture or sculpture object (which perhaps handily belonged to someone famous!) that you would like to include in your galleries. Now you need to consider further practical aspects that might determine whether or not it is suitable for inclusion in a display.

1550 Chairs Stacked Between Two City Buildings by artist Doris Salcedo for the Istanbul Biennial. Have a seat.

Pamukkale, Turkey

The Most Beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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