Istanbul at Sunset, Turkey

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Experience going from Europe to Asia in minutes by boat or by car Istanbul at Sunset, Turkey

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“Puss-in-Boots” by Efemir Art. A black cat guards the way to the Galata Tower, Istanbul, Turkey.

French Street in Istanbul

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

Galata tower, Istanbul, Turkey

Galata tower, Istanbul, Turkey This is one of the places that i would like to travel.

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French Street, Istanbul.

"Rue Francaise", with tented buildings, street musicians, cafés, bars and art centers.

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The Bosphorus Bridge, Istanbul, Turkey. The Bosphorus Bridge is one of the two bridges in Istanbul, Turkey, spanning the Bosphorus strait and thus connecting Europe and Asia. It is a gravity anchored suspension bridge with steel pylons and inclined hanger

Galata Tower in İstanbul @ Turkey

Blue hour on the Bosphorus, Istanbul / Turkey (by Steven Johnson) - Istanbul is half in Europe

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Row of traditional Ottoman style timber houses with protruding oriel windows from the first floor.

Balat, Istanbul Once Istanbul’s old Jewish quarter, Balat has attracted a more diverse range of residents over time. Yet the architecture takes you back to a lost era; it’s easy to spend a few hours wandering, preferably with camera in hand, to capture the dilapidated yellow and pink buildings adorned by billowing red or green curtains, all sparkling against the cerulean sky.

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wandering, preferably with camera in hand, to capture the dilapidated yellow and pink buildings adorned by billowing red or green curtains, all sparkling against the cerulean sky.

Balat, Istanbul  Once Istanbul’s old Jewish quarter, Balat has attracted a more diverse range of residents over time. Yet the architecture takes you back to a lost era; it’s easy to spend a few hours wandering, preferably with camera in hand, to capture the dilapidated yellow and pink buildings adorned by billowing red or green curtains, all sparkling against the cerulean sky.

The World’s Most Colorful Cities

wandering, preferably with camera in hand, to capture the dilapidated yellow and pink buildings adorned by billowing red or green curtains, all sparkling against the cerulean sky.

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