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Two sets of photos from a fast trip to Istanbul

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Here are two sets of photos I have recently posted on Flickr from a very quick visit to Istanbul in September 2009. The first depicts the Blue Mosque and the Beyazidiye Mosque and the Sultans' Tombs outside the Haghia Sophia:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27685985@N03/sets/72157631253385050/

The second depicts some of the lesser Byzantine monuments around the Sultanhamet district -- the 6th century church of SS. Sergius & Bacchus; the remains of the Bucoleon Palace and the Pharos lighthouse; the Hippodrome; and the Yerebatan Sarai cistern:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27685985@N03/sets/72157631253299582/

I've previously posted two other sets depicting the Haghia Sophia and a lengthy section of the Byzantine land walls:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27685985@N03/sets/72157622607098030/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/27685985@N03/sets/72157623146966167/

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