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Night - Istanbul - Turkey

In the background the New Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located in the Eminönü district of Istanbul, Turkey. Built in 1597. Balik Ekmek (literally "fish and bread") is a fish sandwich served in small boats and little buffets in Eminönü around the Galata Bridge. A regular sandwich consists of one small fried fish, slices of tomatoes and onion. However, the taste is beyond expectations for such a basic menu. The price is around 5 TL. It's a local favorite and thus it's supercrowded…

The Galata Tower in Istanbul, Turkey • photo:  Oktay Kosovalı

Galata Tower by Oktay Kosovalı / 500px

The Galata Tower in Istanbul, Turkey • photo: Oktay Kosovalı

The Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey. Where east meets west connecting two continents, Europe and Asia. Check.

The Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey. Where east meets west connecting two continents, Europe and Asia. Check.

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

Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore

It’s the city that redefined decadence: by fusing Eastern and Western influences over hundreds of years, Istanbul has grown into a city full of magical energy, opulence, and grandeur.

Beyoglu Street. Istanbul, TURKEY (intrepid2012, via Flickr)

Istanbul - Beyoglu Street

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Instagram postcards from Istanbul, Turkey - Start every morning with strong Turkish coffee and a simit, the Turkish equivalent of a bagel, sold on nearly every street corner. Buy a grilled fish sandwich from the vendors on boats near the Eminonu, or tackle a plate of fried or raw mussels. If you’re brave, sample kokorec, a sandwich crafted with lamb innards.

Instagram postcards from Istanbul, Turkey - Start every morning with strong Turkish coffee and a simit, the Turkish equivalent of a bagel, sold on nearly every street corner. Buy a grilled fish sandwich from the vendors on boats near the Eminonu, or tackle a plate of fried or raw mussels. If you’re brave, sample kokorec, a sandwich crafted with lamb innards.

TCDD Taşımacılık A.Ş.

TCDD Taşımacılık A.Ş.