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Istanbul is a city that has a long and interesting history. It has been the center of empires including the Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, Latin Empire of Constantinople and Ottoman Empire. Istanbul is located in both Europe and Asia, it is the largest city in Turkey and one of the biggest cities in the world with a population of around 14 million inhabitants. Istanbul is no longer the center of a great empire or even the capital of Turkey anymore, but it remains one of the most popular tourist destinations on earth.

Istanbul's rich history means there is plenty of ancient architecture to admire. One example of this is Basilica Cistern. The cistern underneath Istanbul gives an insight into the complex system that once delivered drinking water into the city. The base of one of the columns is an upside down Medusa's head, demonstrating that the Roman relic was seen only as a reusable piece of rock to the Byzantine builders.

Another must-see building in Istanbul is Topkapı Palace. This was the seat of Ottoman power for over three centuries and housed approximately 4,000 people at a time. The chambers, courtyards, halls, mosques, gardens, and fountains all help provide an insight into the wealthy lives of sultans and their wives.

Other buildings to visit in Istanbul include: The Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque) which is the national mosque of Turkey. Hagia Sophia, a church turned mosque turned museum, it was built in 537. Galata Tower – a stone tower where you can enjoy the views of Istanbul. You could also visit the three separate museums of the Archaeological Museum – Archaeological Museum, Museum of Ancient Orient and Museum of Islamic Art.

The Bosphorus is the waterway that runs through Istanbul and divides the two continents. You can book a day cruise on the strait where you will be taken to interesting buildings including forts, traditional Ottoman homes and the two suspension bridges that connect Europe to Asia.

Another major attraction of Istanbul is Grand Bazaar, one of the largest covered markets in the world. Here you can bargain for your purchases of jewelry, silk clothes, carpets, and antiques. There is also Spice Bazaar (Egyptian Bazaar) in addition to spices, you can also buy dried fruits, nuts, seeds, and tea.

Hotel options in Istanbul include Pera Palas Hotel one of Istanbul's most famous hotels, this is where Agatha Christie wrote her famous novel ‘Murder on the Orient Express. There is also the Cirigan Palace Kempinski, which is one of the most luxurious hotels in Istanbul. Another hotel option is the Four Seasons at Bosphorus which is steeped in history due to the fact that it is located in a former Ottoman Palace.

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