What I saw around.

While I was walking around the streets of Constantinople, these are all the special/un usual stuffs I observed.
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This was the home to all the poor, working class. It was very conjusted still a very bright spirit.

"Bazaar at Athens", in the Ottoman Empire. Edward Dodwell: Views in Greece, London 1821

The big river was very famous and was a market near by

İstanbul-Yeni Cami mosque and Eminönü bazaar, Constantinople, Turkey, (LOC)

The Ottoman guns, verry fancyy!

These are Turkish guns with miquelet locks made in the

This was a male band where people played the instrument and sang! it was incredible all the unique instruments.

Later we saw a bunch of people standing in a circle. We went closer and realized it was a band. The Ottoman bands played great music especially while they were walking to the battle field.

These were the instruments I saw around played by people, they were mostly all made of brass and wood.

These were the instruments I saw around played by people, they were mostly all made of brass and wood.

The koeck was the technical term for when people had dance off's.

Music used to mental and neurological illnesses treatment in Ottoman Empire. So was built Fatih and Edirne Darüşşifa (Hospital).

Prostitution was quiet a popular activity for a higher class, my friend took me to one!

"Prostitution was quiet a popular activity at the higher class gentleman".


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