T is for Turkey

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Posted on April 23, 2013
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With its rich history, notable architecture and unfamiliar Turkish language, Turkey has long captivated my imagination. Here’s why I’d love to pay a visit . . .

1) Hagia Sophia

Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985, Hagia Sophia stands as a museum masterpiece of Byzantine architecture. Once a church, then a mosque, the monument is characterized by its central dome, beautiful mosaics and marble door.

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Photo courtesy of Paul Keller – flickr

2) The Spice Market

An abundance of color, fragrance, saffrons and curries, fruits and nuts invites shoppers of all nationalities to experience an edible odyssey of wonder and delight.

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Photo courtesy of Alaskan Dude – flickr

3) A cruise on the Bosphorous River

For a visual sweep of exotic Istanbul in a relaxing setting, a cruise offers a welcome way to enjoy the local scenery.

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Photo courtesy of Global Jet – flickr

Would you like to travel to Turkey, wanderboomers? What would you most like to see and do on your visit?


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