[kl-bogel] Istanbul. Part 2.
The fact that both the word "Turkey" and "commerce" begin with the letter "T" - not a mere coincidence. In Turkey, the trade and know how to love. In this I was able to see as in a regular grocery store, and one of the biggest covered markets in the world - the Grand Bazaar.
Under the roof of the Grand Bazaar is hiding about 4000 stores, which are distributed on 58 streets. Every day, here comes more than half a million buyers ...
Log in to the market:
Central streets are quite civilized. There are mainly located jewelry stores:
Buyers are not many and sellers are often bored in front of their shops:
Side streets selling textiles, ceramics and lamps:
Especially liked the label Burberry:
Here you can easily buy fake bags from famous brands:
If a buyer was interested, the seller will hurt, but will do everything that he did not leave empty-handed:
Even the tea poured:
Incidentally, the tea is drunk everywhere and always:
And a group of sisters-twins from North Korea:
In stores have POS terminals of each of a Turkish bank:
Between the market and shops our taxi driver had introduced us to a restaurant near the Galata Bridge. It is located on the roof "skyscraper" and its terrace offers a splendid panorama of the mouth of the Golden Horn, and the distance left to see our ship:
The restaurant owner and a plate of lamb:
And this grocery store, near the port. He may have been sharpened by tourists, but in any case looked very "kartinochno:
The shop wanted to buy something. That's what the right merchandising:
From Istanbul, we went the same way that went. Unfortunately, the Bosphorus, we have not got:
The water area of Istanbul is overloaded akvatrafikom:
Ships larger virtually "bump" on those increases did not come out:
Last look at the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia:
Before Istanbul, from the Sea of Marmara, on the roads is a lot of ships. Whether they are waiting for their turn to pass the Bosphorus, or simply wait for them to download:
Tomorrow read about the Greek fantastically beautiful blue and white island of Mykonos. Stay Tuned!
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