Archive for: October, 2015

A sweet and sour fermented drink to warm you in the cold winter months.

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One of the largest mosques of Istanbul built by Mimar Sinan for Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent.

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Before Hagia Sophia became a museum, it served as a Christian church and a mosque.

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The place to go for spices, dried fruits, nuts, sweets and souvenir shopping.

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Aşure or Noah’s Pudding is a porridge like pudding dessert inspired by Noah and the Ark.

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Featuring Adrián Villar Rojas’ animal sculptures in Leon Trotsky’s old backyard.

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The Princes’ Islands offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of Istanbul.

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Futuristic rainbow tunnel at Nispetiye metro stop.

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A breakfast spot in Moda offering a Turkish twist on an American classic.

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The Mural Istanbul Street Art Festival colors the streets of Kadıköy with artists who've travelled near and far.

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