Istanbul at dusk, Turkey.

Istanbul is the largest city in the Middle East and contains nearly active mosques. This is a list of three of the most amazing mosques in Istanbul.

French Street, Beyoğlu.

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

Cable Railway in Istiklal Street, Beyoğlu.

Taksim Square, Istanbul, Turkey tramway Ozer Kurt -- Not only does this site have historical significance, but also has great shopping! If you like Mavi, there are 3 along the main shopping road!

Sultan Ahmet (Blue) Mosque.

Something from my bucket list is to travel to : istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey and go to the mosque there and say my prayers there.

Hagia Sophia Mosque Interior.

The interior of the Church, then mosque, now museum, Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey.

Bosphorus Bridge, Istanbul.

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.

Galata Tower, in Galata, Istanbul, Turkey One of the most beautiful cities in the world.

lnside of Dolmabahce Palace.

Dolmabahçe Palace - The design contains eclectic elements from the Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical styles, blended with traditional Ottoman. The palace reflects the increasing influence of European styles and standards on Ottoman culture.

Bond was Here.

Sean Connery in Istanbul for the A James Bond Film "From Russia With Love"

Spices of Town.

Touring the Eastern Mediterranean and Morocco, My Ideal Culinary Vacataion for the Family

Istiklal Street, Beyoğlu.

Turkey-Istiklal Street in Beyoğlu, Istanbul. An elegant pedestrian-only avenue lined with beautiful century Ottoman buildings in the Neo-Classical and Art Nouveau styles.