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Istanbul 1-Day Guided Tour from Antalya including Domestic Flights Fly to Istanbul and spend a great day in this fascinating metropolis on the Bosphorus, the only one in the world which is located on two continents. In one day you will see Istanbul’s top tourist attractions, discover its old town, enjoy Bosphorus sightseeing cruise and practice your bargaining skills at Egyptian Bazaar.Leave your hotel early in the morning for the transfer to Antalya International Airport.Tran...

Istanbul 1-Day Guided Tour from Antalya including Domestic Flights Fly to Istanbul and spend a great day in this fascinating metropolis on the Bosphorus, the only one in the world which is located on two continents. In one day you will see Istanbul’s top tourist attractions, discover its old town, enjoy Bosphorus sightseeing cruise and practice your bargaining skills at Egyptian Bazaar.Leave your hotel early in the morning for the transfer to Antalya International Airport.Tran...

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Selimiye Mosque (the diameter of the main dome, was the largest one in the world comparing to the other temples, when it was done), which is built by the Ottoman Empire's master architect "Mimar Sinan" in the beginning of his 90 years old, in the third quarter of 1500 at Edirne, Turkey.

Selimiye Mosque (the diameter of the main dome, was the largest one in the world comparing to the other temples, when it was done), which is built by the Ottoman Empire's master architect "Mimar Sinan" in the beginning of his 90 years old, in the third quarter of 1500 at Edirne, Turkey.

8. Blue Mosque: The Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii) was the ambitious creation of 19-year-old Sultan Ahmed I—he began the project in 1609, and today it's one of Istanbul’s most iconic sites. Ahmed I wanted to build a mosque to rival the Hagia Sophia. When it was finally completed in 1616, the Blue Mosque, with its increasingly large domes, grand minarets, and blue tiles adorning the walls, indeed achieved this. Ahmed I died just one year after his Blue Mosque opened.

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8. Blue Mosque: The Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii) was the ambitious creation of 19-year-old Sultan Ahmed I—he began the project in 1609, and today it's one of Istanbul’s most iconic sites. Ahmed I wanted to build a mosque to rival the Hagia Sophia. When it was finally completed in 1616, the Blue Mosque, with its increasingly large domes, grand minarets, and blue tiles adorning the walls, indeed achieved this. Ahmed I died just one year after his Blue Mosque opened.

Istanbul Shore Excursion: Istanbul in One Day Sightseeing Tour 			This sightseeing tour of Istanbul provides the perfect introduction to the fabled city that spans Asia and Europe. On this shore excursion you will see how old meets new when you visit Istanbul's four "must-see" historic sites. 					Formally called Constantinople, Istanbul was the capital of the Roman Empire and Europe's wealthiest metropolis, and is now the largest city in Turkey.Blue Mosque:One of the most fam...

Istanbul Shore Excursion: Istanbul in One Day Sightseeing Tour This sightseeing tour of Istanbul provides the perfect introduction to the fabled city that spans Asia and Europe. On this shore excursion you will see how old meets new when you visit Istanbul's four "must-see" historic sites. Formally called Constantinople, Istanbul was the capital of the Roman Empire and Europe's wealthiest metropolis, and is now the largest city in Turkey.Blue Mosque:One of the most fam...

Istanbul, Turkey - hands down some of the best food and most fascinating culture on the planet!

Istanbul, Turkey - hands down some of the best food and most fascinating culture on the planet!

(Turkey, Istanbul) The Blue Mosque:    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. The famed structure, with cascading domes and six minarets, was built beginning in 1609 by the 19-year-old Ottoman Sultan Ahmet I. He died just one year after its completion in 1616

(Turkey, Istanbul) The Blue Mosque: 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. The famed structure, with cascading domes and six minarets, was built beginning in 1609 by the 19-year-old Ottoman Sultan Ahmet I. He died just one year after its completion in 1616

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