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  • Bosphorus

    The color of the sea is turquoise in Istanbul for about 1 and a half weeks. The reason why of this is that the number of phytoplankton in the sea increased. These photographs are taken from the Sirkeci-Harem ferry. In some photographs, the Maiden's Tower and the...

    0 by Cankut, 3 months ago
  • Rumeli Hisar (Rumeli Fortress)

    One of the first places I visited when I became an exchange student at Bogazici University was Rumeli Hisari. I loved being able to tell my friends back home - "I have a fortress in my neighborhood!" Rumeli Hisari sits along the Bogaz (Bosphorus Strait) and makes for a...

    0 by Kaelin, 8 months ago
  • Emirgan

    The Tulip Festival, is held every April and is very beautiful! I would also like to thank the artists and bands whose names I do not know; they embellished it with their beautiful voices. #Istanbul #lale #festival #tulip Emirgan is one of the best places to visit when...

    0 by Erdem, one year ago
  • Borusan Contemporary Museum

    This past winter, I decided that I wanted to see some art. I had spotted a building while crossing the FSM bridge in Istanbul, and it looked like it had terraces with some sculptures. So, I did some research and convinced some friends to join me on a breezy Saturday...

    0 by Kaelin, one year ago
  • Basilica Cisterns

    Important information for visiting the Basilica Cisterns: The Basilica Cisterns (Yerebatan Sarnici in Turkish) is open every day from 9:00 - 17:00.  Price is 20 TL (there may be a student price if you have a University card, so make sure to ask). You cannot use any of...

    0 by Kaelin, one year ago
  • Hagia Sophia

    Important information for visiting the Hagia Sophia: Tickets are 40 TL, but if you are a student I highly recommend getting the Museum Card (Muze Kart) for students. It should be about 20 TL and it includes admission to this site.  From 15 April until 25 October, the...

    0 by Kaelin, one year ago
  • Belgrade Forest

    Belgarde forest lies on outskirts of Istanbul in Sariyer district. History books say it used to home Greeks in olden days. Of many things, the forest is known for edible and toxic mushrooms both. I had visited the forest in hope for photographing this beautiful gift to...

    0 by Rameez, one year ago
  • sultan ahmet AREA

    The place is called the old city in istanbul, is the great popular oldest area in turkey and istanbul in particular, every person will love to be there and see the old historical things within it. You can meet every person in these world, chinese, mangoli, malaysian,...

    0 by mohammed, one year ago
  • City's Shopping Center

    The city has many shopping center options available but City's is maybe the only Shopping Center with The Best Terrace. Has several shopping options, dinner and breakfast reastuarants and cafe too. Location is very central but be careful about the traffic during...

    0 by Tarik, 2 years ago
  • Blue Mosque

    The Blue Mosque (Called Sultanahmet Camii in Turkish) is an historical mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is known as the Blue Mosque because of blue tiles surrounding the walls of interior design. Mosque was built between 1609 and 1616 years, during the rule of Ahmed I....

    0 by Cantary, 4 years ago
  • assos, ancient city

    Assos, one of the ancient cities in Turkey. In Turkey we call it also Behramkale. Its on the coast of Aegean Sea, in Balıkesir. Like most of them , this is settled down on a slope. The castle and the -Doric- Temple to Athena built on the hill. Where you can see the...

    0 by M. Mihrinur, 5 years ago
  • Berlitz Language Center

    Berlitz offers a special language program in Turkish for Erasmus students who currently live and take education in İstanbul. The language school teaches the "Turkish Language" to students by using its original method. In the context, program includes daily life and...

    0 by Berlitz Language Center, 5 years ago

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