Beneath Istanbul's inimitable skyline is a teeming, triumphant metropolis with imperial history, intrigue, and entrepreneurial zeal written into its streets. It's a city constantly being remade and re-imagined. The resulting sense of opportunity and vigour is palpable. This guide will point you in the right direction for the finest places to eat, drink, and shop, and navigate you through the city?s architectural gems from Ottoman follies converted into art centres to back street Byzantine beauties.
Die Gestalten Verlag
144 pages. full colour.
14 x 21 cm
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