A La Turca'dan başka bir köşe.
Beylerbeyi Sarayı / Beylerbeyi Palace
Kapalıçarşı'ya tepeden bakış. Uzakta seçilen cami de Sultanahmet Camii.
The grand bazaar. I really didn't know it was this big. It is a shame to admit that I haven't been to the grand bazaar many times, and those times I went there I felt like I was in a foreign country. It is amazing, crazy, scary, majestic, magnificent... The mosque you can see in the distance is the Blue Mosque.bosluk
This is the "Tunnel Square" at Beyoglu. This paragraph from Cornucopia explains very well what Beyoglu is about, so I will just quote it without touching it:
"Beyoglu is Istanbul’s Latin Quarter. Built by European bankers, diplomats and merchants in the nineteenth century, it has now been recolonised by a new tribe dedicated to urban pleasures. Its imposing embassies and crumbling palazzos make it the ideal setting for the arts, and for a club-and-café scene that never sleeps. Beyoglu’s labyrinthine streets spill down the hill to Cukurcuma, where bargain hunters stalk antiques. At one end of Beyoglu is the medieval Galata Tower; at the other is Taksim Square and the monument to the new Republic which marks the start of modern Istanbul. Beyond is Nisantasi, the super-smart district for fashion, design and expense-account lunches."
Buyukada; the largest island of the Princes' Isles. That house probably has 360 degrees of sea view if you're wondering.
Eyüp'te mezar taşları.
Gravestones at Eyup.
Picture says it, a view from the Golden Horn.