To enter the mosque, women should have their heads covered and remove their shoes
Istanbul has 3,113 mosques
When you enter the grounds of the mosque you’ll see a washing place where Muslims must wash their hands, face and feet before praying
Turkish men washing their feet before entering the mosque in Istanbul
Mesmerizing hanging tray and tea set
Galata Tower built by the Genoese in 1348
Çemberlitaş Hamam, It is one of the oldest Istanbul hamams dating back to Selim II’s era. The bath section was built by the famous Ottoman architect, Sinan, in 1584.
a drink called şalgam , water, juice of salted, pickled black carrots and çelem turnips, and boiled, pulverized bulgur wheat. It’s sour and salty, and you can get it with spicy pepper . I had no desire to drink this again. Looks like cherry limeade.
The Turkish ice cream man or the ultimate prankster? I was a good sport.
best pide shop
The Column of Constantine built in 330
The Column of Constantine
Balik Emek at Eminönü Plaza Istanbul
Fun experience, great views and a good fish
The Rumelihisarı Fortress
The Rumelihisarı Fortress on the Bosphorus
Deësis mosaic 1260
The Empress Zoe mosaics 11th-century in Hagia Sophia Christ in the middle. On his right side stands emperor Constantine IX Monomachos on his left side, empress Zoe
The Hagia Sophia door is supposedly made from wood from Noah’s Ark