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Blue mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif

Some of the most beautiful architecture in the world. The colors are what catch my eye. The Shrine of Hazrat Ali aka Blue Mosque in Mazār-e Sharīf, Afghanistan

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

civilization door. Beylerbeyi Palace .ISTANBUL-TURKEY

"The Civilization Door", Beylerbeyi Palace, Istanbul - Turkey

Kizil Adalar, Istanbul, Turkey This was also called Princes Island... pretty cool place... no cars, just travel by horses !!!!

Kizil Adalar, Istanbul, Turkey This was also called Princes Island. no cars, just travel by horse!

Travel to #Istanbul and admire the religious landmark, the Hagia Sophia.

Neighborhood Guide to Istanbul

✿ ❤ Travel to Istanbul and admire the religious landmark, the Hagia Sophia, Turkei.

Drinking tea in Uskudar - Semshi Pasha Near Maiden's tower, Istanbul.

Reading: Inside Out in Istanbul

Drinking tea in Uskudar - Semshi Pasha Near Maiden's tower, Istanbul. - I suppose I will have to file this away to remember for my next trip there: this looks so cozy!

Istanbul, Turkey - Travel Tips on things to do on our blog!

Things to Do in Istanbul Turkey - Sunday Spotlight

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.

Arnavutköy River, Istanbul, Turkey

The Bosphorus Villages of Arnavutköy, Turkey. Arnavutköy is a historic neighborhood in Istanbul, famous for its wooden Ottoman mansions and seafood restaurants, as well as the campus of the prestigious Robert College with its centennial buildings.

Istanbul , Turkey -- A quiet moment amid the many cafés and bars that line Nevizade Street.

Alan Richman Reviews Middle Eastern Food in Instanbul

Istanbul -- A quiet moment amid the many cafés and bars that line Nevizade Street. Food in Istanbul

Eating seafood is a must while travelling in Turkey, especially if you are near the coast. Harbours from Istanbul to Bodrum are filled with restaurant boats serving freshly-caught seafood on board, and restaurants and cafés line the shores serving fresh fish, shellfish and anything else your stomach could desire.

Eating seafood is a must while travelling in Turkey, especially if you are near the coast. Harbours from Istanbul to Bodrum are filled with restaurant boats serving freshly-caught seafood on board, and restaurants and cafés line the shores serving fresh fish, shellfish and anything else your stomach could desire.

If New York has Chinatown and Little Italy, then Istanbul has �French Street� (Frans?z Soka??). �Rue Franaise�, with tented buildings, street musicians, caf�s, bars and art centers. Istanbul, Turkey...

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