Çukurcuma - a small backstreet dıştrict in Beyoglu, just behind the Galatasaray Lycee - is the place to hunt ... More
Çukurcuma - a small backstreet dıştrict in Beyoglu, just behind the Galatasaray Lycee - is the place to hunt for antiques and treasures at bargain prices. Tombak II stocks an eccentric selection of collectibles and curios, ranging from 100-year-old bars of soap and 1940s European razors in their original packaging (for a dollar), to silver tea services and turn-of-the-century toys. There is some wonderful stuff around and you might just end up with a real bargain if you dig deep enough.
Built in 537 AD, this is one of the most famous museums and monuments in the world in terms of
art and architecture. It was a church for 916 years and a mosque for 481 years, which was then ...
The Toakapi Palace is one of the largest palaces in Istanbul. Ottoman sultans resided at this palace for about 400
years. Today, it is a museum that displays large collections of Ottoman miniatures and treasures, Islamic calligraphic manuscripts and ...
Built in 1609 1616 under the ruler Sultan Ahmet I, this mosque is the only one with six minarets. It
is called the Blue Mosque due to the 20,000 blue and green toned tiles adorning its ceiling. The hand ...
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