Night - Istanbul - Turkey
In the background the New Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located in the Eminönü district of Istanbul, Turkey. Built in 1597. Balik Ekmek (literally "fish and bread") is a fish sandwich served in small boats and little buffets in Eminönü around the Galata Bridge. A regular sandwich consists of one small fried fish, slices of tomatoes and onion. However, the taste is beyond expectations for such a basic menu. The price is around 5 TL. It's a local favorite and thus it's supercrowded…
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A beautiful sky frames Hagia Sofia - a church first dedicated in the year 360. Famous in particular for its massive dome, it is considered the epitome of Byzantine architecture and is said to have changed the history of architecture. Jon & Tina Reid | Portfolio | Blog
The Swenglish Home
It is that time of the year... ... when the ghosts and the ghoulies may come knocking on your door... But if they approach the Swenglish house, they should be warned... ...that here, they may just run into the scariest, spookiest character of all... Do not let yourself be fooled by her placid appearance... ... you do not really know where she sleeps at night... Do you...? Aaaaaouuuuuuwww... Happy Halloween everyone! Helena Welcome to all of you new viewers who have found your way here via…
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after more than 3 months (on and off) working on this - it's finally finished. the style is pretty incoherent, since it sort of developed with time, and... Istanbul
The tower was built as Christea Turris in 1348 during an expansion of the Genoese colony in Constantinople. It was the apex of the fortifications surrounding the Genoese citadel of Galata. The current tower should not be confused with the old Tower of Galata, an original Byzantine tower, named Megalos Pyrgos, which controlled the northern end of the massive sea chain that closed the entrance to the Golden Horn. That tower was on a different site and was largely destroyed during the Fourth…