Globe Trot Turkey

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One of the most transformative travels Tthetraveler had was that of Turkey. The country is culturally very rich and full of surreal landscapes. Below is the photo story of my visit there.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 1/12 by chix on board

This image is of the Blue Mosque. The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is an historic mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interiors.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 2/12 by chix on board

This is just a random click of a beautiful passage along the way to the same.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 3/12 by chix on board

It was such a humbling experience in Turkey. This is a far off click of the same blue mosque.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 4/12 by chix on board

The base of the Egyptian Obelisk of Thutmosis III, (Dikilitas) a centre piece of the Roman Hippadrome, showing Roman Emperor Theodosius offering a laurel wreath to the victor from the Kathisma.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 5/12 by chix on board

The interiors of the Top Kapi Palace are a sight to behold.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 6/12 by chix on board

This beautiful sea view is from the backside of Top Kapi Palace.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 7/12 by chix on board

Believe it or not, this is a picture from the inside the mosque. Very elegant, right?

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 8/12 by chix on board

If you see carefully, you will be able to identify the famous bosphorus bridge in the distance

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 9/12 by chix on board

We made a visit to one carpet factory in Turkey. This was clicked there.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 10/12 by chix on board

Cappadocia is an ancient region in Central Anatolia, best known for its unique moon-like landscape, underground cities and cave towns. All of which is best seen from the sky. But you can get some idea from this picture.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 11/12 by chix on board

This is a random picture of my scrumptious breakfast there.

Photo of Globe Trot Turkey 12/12 by chix on board

This was a mini meal I had for lunch in Turkey. I tried this and was happy with this dish.Although, I have forgotten it's name now.

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