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L'enfant et le pain. Little girl eating a Simit (round piece of bread covered with sesame seeds), Turkey, 1956 - Ara Güler

Rustem Pasa Mosque Istanbul Turkey Photograph by Panoramic Images

Rustem Pasa Mosque Istanbul Turkey

Rustem Pasa Mosque Istanbul Turkey Photograph by Panoramic Images

lit Basilica Cistern (ancient reservoirs hidden beneath the city), Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

Basilica cistern - Istanbul, Turkey - From National Geographic's Best Spring Trips 2012

Ortaköy, Istanbul, Turkey, photographer in Turkey. Ортакей, Стамбул, Турция. Фотограф в Стамбуле. marinastafik.com

Ortaköy, Istanbul, Turkey, photographer in Turkey. Ортакей, Стамбул, Турция. Фотограф в Стамбуле. marinastafik.com

Galata - Istanbul - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Butternut Squash Latkes with a Chunky Apple Beet Salsa

Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque), Istanbul, Turkey - 13 Fascinating Places Spiced Up with Amazing Architecture

blue mosque, istanbul

10 Most Famous Architects Who Ever Lived

Blue Mosque, Istanbul Photograph by Wilfried Krecichwost/Getty Images The Sultan Ahmet Mosque in Old Town Istanbul is better known by its nickname, the Blue Mosque, given for the thousands of azure tiles that cover its interior.

Evening (Haydarpasa train station,Istanbul,Turkey) | photographer: Deniz Senyesil

Evening (Haydarpasa train station,Istanbul,Turkey) | photographer: Deniz Senyesil

The Hagia Sophia built by Emperor Justinian I in Constantinople (aka Istanbul). The dome shouldn't work but it does, though the first builders goofed a bit and it had to be remortered and supported.

Interior view of the Hagia Sophia, showing Islamic elements on the top ofthe main dome, Turkey. The Hagia Sophia originally built as a Christian church by Roman Emperor Justinian I in Constantinople (aka Istanbul).

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