Home to the Patriarchal Church of St. George and the oldest surviving Greek Orthodox School in Istanbul.

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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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545,000 tulips created the World’s Largest Tulip Carpet in between the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia.

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One of Istanbul's symbols and the Princess Legend behind it.

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Istanbul's city center and a major tourist district.

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More than 3,000 shops in 60 covered streets, makes up one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world.

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A first glance at Istanbul's two most iconic sites.

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The former social center of Constantinople; today a promenade home to four relics.

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