Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore - Condé Nast Traveler - Galata Tower

Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore

Turkey Travel Inspiration - Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore - Condé Nast Traveler - Galata Tower

Mount Ararat, Turkey

50 Of The Most Beautiful Places in the World (Part 4)

stuffed eggplant (karnıyarık) #food

Karnıyarık

Karniyarik, Turkish egg plant and minced meat dish. One of the Best homemade dish.

Istanbul, Turkey... Türk çay (Turkish tea)

Istanbul, Turkey Türk çay (Turkish Tea - Probably Apple Tea)

Turkish lokanta food

Just add sunshine: Bill Granger's Turkish delights - Features - Food & Drink - The Independent

Turkey: Hagia Sophia formerly St. Sophia Cathedral, the crown of the Byzantine Empire in Constantinople. Upon seeing St. Sophia, Russian emissaries returned to the Czar saying the cathedral was so beautiful it was as if heaven were on earth (paraphrased).

Turkey: Hagia Sophia formerly St. Sophia Cathedral, the crown of the Byzantine Empire in Constantinople. Sophia, Russian emissaries returned to the Czar saying the cathedral was so beautiful it was as if heaven were on earth (paraphrased).

Turkish coffee

Coffee with dessert! Figured out the secret of the best Turkish coffee ever! - Just before the coffee boils, take off the foam with a tea spoon & put it into your cup. Then pour the boiling coffee over it.

Turkish national drink, Raki

Turkish national drink, Raki - not sure how they get around that whole Muslim-no alcohol thing?

Pide, also known as “Pita” in some countries, is a pizza-like dish, typically served as a part of Turkish, Armenian and Middle-Eastern cuisines. This particular recipe is for the Turkish version of Pide, that comes in different toppings and is served in many of the popular Turkish restaurants worldwide.

Pide, also known as "Pita" in some countries, is a pizza-like dish, typically served as a part of Turkish, Armenian and Middle-Eastern cuisines. This particular recipe is for the Turkish version of.

Kadikoy, Istanbul, Turkey - Loved tea Turkish style.

Kadikoy, Istanbul, Turkey — by Ellowyn

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