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Enjoy Istanbul by Marc - 2w ago
Reading and speaking Turkish is easy: all words are written and pronounced phonetically. Even if you don’t know what the words mean, you ..read more
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Underground railway Tunel. Photo: Slawomira Kozieniec Istanbul was the second city in Europe – after London – that had an ..read more
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Swimming pool at hotel Sultania Lots of tourists want to relax in a swimming pool after a busy and tiring day of sight-seeing in ..read more
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Kadıköy, an old, laid-back cosmopolitan and residential neighborhood with curving streets on Istanbul’s Asian shore, has grown ..read more
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Main gate of Topkapı Palace. Photo: Slawomira Kozieniec Topkapı Palace is the oldest and also the most Ottoman of all Turkish palaces ..read more
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One of the many charms of Istanbul is that you still find lots of street vendors, also called hawkers, everywhere. They sell all kinds of ..read more
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Visitors, who come to the Museum of Innocence to see the tragic love story of Füsun and Kemal, to remember and cherish the memory of a ..read more
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Photos: Slawomira Kozieniec Kumpir is the Turkish name for a baked potato with various fillings. It is one of my favorite fast foods in ..read more
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 A very authentic neighborhood to shop for antiques is Çukucuma. Old furniture and other outdated stuff from elderly people who leave ..read more
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The large number of stray cats that have their home in the neighborhoods of Istanbul is remarkable. They are well fed and look great for ..read more

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