The main hall of Sancaklar Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. A simple, cave-like space 7 meters below ground with exposed stone and concrete walls. Designed by Emre Arolat Architects (EAA) and built in 2011. Photo by Bünyamin Salman, via Flickr.
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Fish sandwich seller in Karakoy, Istanbul
Bosphorus Yalis in Istanbul -- They are rebuilt, reconditioned wooden mansions right on the edge of the Bosphorus, much like Venetian palazzos right on the Venetian canals, circa 18th and 19th Century Ottoman Empire.