Now i just had to take this picture. The amount of accuracy in this piece of amazing of art is just incredible. This is just a part of a un known building, so imagine what the famous ones would have.

The interior architectural details, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey. Unesco World Heritage Site, a part of the Historical Areas of Istanbul.

This is the map of Constantinople, Turkey in the time of the 1500s where all the history mostly happened in Turkey

This is the map of Constantinople, Turkey in the time of the where all the history mostly happened in Turkey

Now the men in Turkey, are unique in a sort, it all depends on the wealth of the people, like when I saw soleyman the great walking with his wife in the bazaar, he was so respectful to his wife as if she's a queen, well she sort of is... but you know what I mean. But the unwealthy people, they just didn't really have respect for anyone.

Old and New Photos of Istanbul - Constantinople

As an Egyptian it  is only right for me to talk about food, I'm usually a guy that's very picky about food, but let me tell you, their bread is like eating a piece of heaven off a plate, but that's not the only thing, their shawarma I'm afraid to say is better than ours back in Egypt, and ours is good

As an Egyptian it is only right for me to talk about food, I'm usually a guy that's very picky about food, but let me tell you, their bread is like eating a piece of heaven off a plate, but that's not the only thing, their shawarma I'm afraid to say is better than ours back in Egypt, and ours is good

If you wanted to go to a local place, you would go to the bazaar, even though it sells things for tourists you would the sellers talking to other people and tried to rip you off by giving you crazy prices, it was a great thing to watch if you wanted to study the local people

If you wanted to go to a local place, you would go to the bazaar, even though it sells things for tourists you would the sellers talking to other people and tried to rip you off by giving you crazy prices, it was a great thing to watch if you wanted to study the local people

Back in Egypt (where I live) we have so many coffee shops around but you would never find such a place where everybody knows everyone and they help each other while at the same time, their coffee is amazing!

Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Coffee-house by the Ortaköy Mosque in Constantinople - Ivan Aivazovsky - Wikipedia

Even though the city was overly crowded evrywhere, in the same time it was always beautiful as you can see in the picture, it explains the good and the bad of constantinople

Even though the city was overly crowded evrywhere, in the same time it was always beautiful as you can see in the picture, it explains the good and the bad of constantinople

Istanbul has hundreds of mosques. We visited the Süleymaniye, Rustem Pasa, and Blue Mosques. The first two of these were constructed by the great Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan in the mid 1500's and the Blue Mosque was built shortly after by a student of Sinan.

Istanbul has hundreds of mosques. We visited the Süleymaniye, Rustem Pasa, and Blue Mosques. The first two of these were constructed by the great Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan in the mid and the Blue Mosque was built shortly after by a student of Sinan.

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