Within two years in Istanbul, 705 residential housing projects, 72 malls built or currently under constructionhttps://t.co/bt6Qx3KPZ4
— Paul Osterlund (@Paul_Osterlund) May 29, 2016
Architectural and historical monuments of the Ottoman Era, the hans and caravansaray that freckle the old city have mostly been left to their own devices. Originally built as imposing weigh stations for incoming traders, today they are crumbling in places and patched up with duct tape in others.
Istanbul New Airport, set to be the largest airport in the world when fully completed, announced that the first of the airport’s four phases is due for
We could devote a weekly column to the culinary treasures of Istanbul’s polyglot Aksaray district and probably never have to worry about running out of things to say. The area is jam-packed with places to eat, and while we’ve written about many of them, Aksaray just keeps on delivering.
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