Daily life in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul

Mehmet Oztekim sells gramophones in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul.
Istanbul’s Kapali Carsi (lined market place) was created in 1461 by Mehmet the Conqueror, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. With its a lot more than 4400 retailers, 65 streets, mosques, banking companies, law enforcement stations, barber retailers, restaurants and workshops is like a city on its have and has been the trade middle of Istanbul for centuries.

Posted by Elena Senao on 2006-twelve-21 fifteen:20:twelve

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