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Alexander Sarcophagus. İstanbul. The so-called "Alexander Sarcophagus," discovered near Sidon and now in the Istanbul Archaeological Museum, is now generally thought to be that of Abdalonymus, though some scholars now believe the sarcophagus was that of Mazaeus, a Persian noble and governor of Babylon.

Alexander Sarcophagus. İstanbul. The so-called "Alexander Sarcophagus," discovered near Sidon and now in the Istanbul Archaeological Museum, is now generally thought to be that of Abdalonymus, though some scholars now believe the sarcophagus was that of Mazaeus, a Persian noble and governor of Babylon.

Beylerbeyi Palace. Üsküdar. Istanbul-Türkiye

The Beylerbeyi Palace Beylerbeyi meaning "Lord of Lords" is located in the Beylerbeyi neighbourhood of Istanbul, Turkey at the Asian side of the Bosphorus. An Imperial Ottoman summer residence built in the it is now situated immediately north of t

The city is home to beautiful and very diverse neighborhoods. Such as Arnavutköy… | 42 Ways Istanbul Is So Beautiful It Actually Hurts

The city is home to beautiful and very diverse neighborhoods. Such as Arnavutköy...

The Narthex of Hagia Sophia in Trabzon, Black Sea, Turkey   // Hercules Milas (Cretense)

The Narthex of century church of Hagia Sophia in Trabzon, Black Sea, Turkey // Hercules Milas (Cretense)

Galata Tower, Istanbul, Turkey

Emperor Constantine recognised the importance of strong leadership, aimed to build a new city. The point where Europe and Asia meet: Constantinople/ Istanbul Mehr

Grand Bazaar - Silver Jewelry (photo by Peggy Mooney)

Grand Bazaar - Silver Jewelry (photo by Peggy Mooney) irresistible-istanbul-turkey

İstanbul Ahşap ve Taş yapı Fotoğraflarım.  Arnavutköy de arada harika bir işçilik ve nakış çok güzel.  Foto:Mustafa Öztürk

İstanbul Ahşap ve Taş yapı Fotoğraflarım. Arnavutköy de arada harika bir işçilik ve nakış çok güzel. Foto:Mustafa Öztürk

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