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The Great Palace Mosaic Museum Istanbul

A joy to explore, the Great Palace Mosaic Museum Istanbul has restored and displays Byzantine mosaics that decorated a peristyle courtyard circa (r. 527-565). Quite stunning in terms of style and complexity.

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Kanyon Mall Istanbul

The Kanyon Mall is worth a visit purely for it’s architecture. It is an open air experience with multitudes of shapes and voids that create dynamic visual experience. It is definitely sci-fi movie set worthy.

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Yerebatan Sarnici – Istanbul

Built by Constantine and enlarged to its present form by Justinian, Yerebatan Sarnici is the largest of several hundred ancient underground cisterns.

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Spice Bazaar – Istanbul

Tucked behind the Yeni Mosque – adjacent to the Flower Market – one can discover the destination for plants, seeds, spices and birds You find yourself in one of the oldest covered bazaars in Istanbul; known as the Egyptian or Spice Bazaar.