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İstiklâl Caddesi, Istanbul, Turkey

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Istanbul, Turkey http://www.istanbulsuitehome.com/                                                                                                                                                      Más

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FotoğrafIstanbul,

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Çay , istanbul

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Abundance Ortakoy mosque İstanbul Turkey

Abundance Ortakoy mosque İstanbul Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Blue Mosque: Paris-based photographer Jean-François Rauzier has created Hyperphotos. These are to panoramic photos what Google Earth is to a globe. You can keep clicking and zooming and clicking and zooming, seemingly endlessly, until you find yourself on a dramatic balcony, looking up a statue’s nose. (Try it on any of the images. The more one zooms in; the more real the image begins to seem.)

Blue Mosque: Paris-based photographer Jean-François Rauzier has created Hyperphotos. These are to panoramic photos what Google Earth is to a globe. You can keep clicking and zooming and clicking and zooming, seemingly endlessly, until you find yourself on a dramatic balcony, looking up a statue’s nose. (Try it on any of the images. The more one zooms in; the more real the image begins to seem.)

Beautiful Istanbul, Turkey Love Moments

Beautiful Istanbul, Turkey Love Moments

Istanbul, Turkey:  The Aya Sophia was built at the direction of Emperor Justine in the 6th century and has served as both Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Church -- and for nearly 1000 years the largest in the world, until St Peter’s basilica was built. In 1453 the Ottoman Empire conquered Constantinople and renamed it Istanbul and at this point Süleyman the Magnificent transformed the then church into a mosque, added the minarets and changed the name to Aya Sofia.  by MichaelLevy

Istanbul, Turkey: The Aya Sophia was built at the direction of Emperor Justine in the 6th century and has served as both Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Church -- and for nearly 1000 years the largest in the world, until St Peter’s basilica was built. In 1453 the Ottoman Empire conquered Constantinople and renamed it Istanbul and at this point Süleyman the Magnificent transformed the then church into a mosque, added the minarets and changed the name to Aya Sofia. by MichaelLevy

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