19 February 2011

Sultanahmet and Ayasofia

Ayasofia
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Sultanahmet Square in front of the Blue Mosque
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38 comments

  1. Amazing photos - I hope you're having a wonderful time!

    xoxo ~ Courtney
    http://sartorialsidelines.blogspot.com

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  2. Turkey it must be so nice!!! And you can change the snow for the sun!! ;) I love the details of the blue mosque!! have fun! neus from www.tinynicethings.blogspot.com

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  3. Lovely photos. The Blue Mosque is amazing.

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  4. Oh how beautiful! Hope you're having a great trip!!

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  5. Wow, looks so pretty there! Can't wait to see more photos!

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  6. Looks gorgeous, have fun and I cant wait to see more holiday snaps :)

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  7. That first shot is just fantastic. Gorgeous photos- can't wait to see more! xo

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  8. Wow, fascinating art. Soak it all up!

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  9. Amazing! I remember going there when I was little.
    Hope you're having a wonderful time!

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  10. wow amazing, hope you're having the best time

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  11. Beautiful photos! Have fun on your trip!

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  12. Such beautiful architecture. Hope you're having a wonderful time! So jealous.

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  13. It looks like you are already having one heck of a time. Keep us updated! I am sure you will love every minute of it.

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  14. blue mosque?! wow thats majestic!! nice place dear!

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  15. Yay this is so exciting! And I'm super jealous, I've been wanting to go to Turkey for a long time.
    Also, a bit late but I loved your Valentine's Day posts. I'm so not mushy but for some reason I love the story of your little romance. Maybe because being mean and then deciding I like someone after all is one of my specialties.... ; )

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  16. absolutely stuning! i am in awe of all the fine details, its a sight to behold! blue mosque-wow! hope your having a great time

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  17. sorry for the ridiculously late answer, but i was off to Italy for a week or so, and got back yesterday. The site is located in Panarea (Eolian Islands, Italy) and if i'm not wrong it used to be a village. Reaching the place is kind of a fun experience, as you literally have to climb the mountain as the tourist path is not really well done, ideal for those who are into excursions :)

    xx Simonne

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  18. This is just amazing. My little bro and I have always wanted to see the Hagia Sofia. Him mostly because his name is Constantine and he wants to see the city "named after him". ;P

    Arianne from A + B in the Sea

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  19. this is part of my heritage :) its so beautiful i love the photos :)

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  20. wow I'm so jealous, it looks amazing! We used to discuss Hagia Sofia quite a bit in my History of Christianity course last semester, I'd love to see it.

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  21. Great photos, it looks amazing there. xxx

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  22. Beautiful architecture! I long to see those beautiful islamic ceramic tiles, ahh. x

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  23. This trip looks like so much fun. I love travel, especially to far off countries. I went to Guatemala last summer and travelled the country for two months. It was definitely the best experience of my life. Great blog! xoxo

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  24. absolutely stuning! i am in awe of all the fine details, its a sight to behold! blue mosque-wow! hope your having a great time

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  25. It looks like you are already having one heck of a time. Keep us updated! I am sure you will love every minute of it.

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  26. Such beautiful architecture. Hope you're having a wonderful time! So jealous.

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  27. Such beautiful architecture. Hope you're having a wonderful time! So jealous.

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  28. absolutely stuning! i am in awe of all the fine details, its a sight to behold! blue mosque-wow! hope your having a great time

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  29. This is just amazing. My little bro and I have always wanted to see the Hagia Sofia. Him mostly because his name is Constantine and he wants to see the city "named after him". ;P

    Arianne from A + B in the Sea

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  30. blue mosque?! wow thats majestic!! nice place dear!

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