Arnavutköy: A Charming Place Where Bells of the Orthodox Church compete with the call to prayer
12/02/2013 0 Comments
Constantinoupolis is a city where ''one can satisfy all one's whims,'' wrote the Italian traveler Edmondo de Amicis in 1878. ''One can light one's cigar in Europe and shake off the ashes in Asia.'' Located on the European shore of the Bosporus, Arnavutköy still exudes all the charm and diversity of the former Constantinople. Here, the bells of the Orthodox church compete with the call to prayer coming from the mosque.
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