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Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkiye ...the scale is so difficult to communicate in a photograph. Breathtaking.

Interior view of the Hagia Sophia, showing Islamic elements on the top ofthe main dome, Turkey. The Hagia Sophia originally built as a Christian church by Roman Emperor Justinian I in Constantinople (aka Istanbul).

The Blue Mosque in Istanbul - Turkey

The Blue Mosque in Istanbul - Turkey *Lol, this is not the Blue Mosque. It's Sabanci Merkez Camii in Adana - Turkey.

Side, Turkiye --

A comprehensive guide to buying property in Side, Antalya, in Turkey. Including price ranges, why live in the region, and what makes Side such a great spot

Fairy Chimneys in Gorme Anatolian region in Turkiye - Capadocia

Hot air balloons over Cappadocia, Turkey. I'm anxious to visit Cappadocia and other places in Turkey. I've only been to Istanbul, Kusadasi, Ephesus but I absolutely adored Turkey and want to see more. BTW, the food in Turkey is SO GOOD!

Turkish food - Lamb en cocotte

Turkish Lamb en cocotte, it's very hard to find fresh lamb in Asheville area.

“Stone Mirror” in Antalya, Turkiye

If you get a chance to visit Istanbul city dont forget to go and see those reflective stones. People named this as The Stone Mirror. In this picture the way the stone mirror reflected that building really amazes me. Definitely want to get there one day!

çay - love the practice of drinking tea in Turkey

Tips on making proper Turkish tea and acting properly when serving and drinking it - read not to mess up with a major deal in Turkey!

Lunch At Letoon - Melted cheese on simit bread  http://www.turkeysforlife.com/2013/02/turkish-food-bread-bakery-borek.html

Turkish Food Focus - Treats Of The Local Bakery

Most people who visit Turkey fall in love with Turkish bread as soon as it passes their lips. The most common Turkish bread should be crisp on the outside and soft and light in the centre

Mihman Balık / Sile-Istanbul (Turkiye)

Mihman Balık / Sile-Istanbul (Turkiye)