The bazaars of Istanbul
Thames & Hudson, Mar 24, 2009 - Architecture - 224 pages
The bazaar quarter of Istanbul is a mirror of the city itself: many-faceted and hectic, extraordinarily beautiful and chaotic at the same time. On the historic peninsula, centuries-old market halls and mosques share space with kiosks and new concrete buildings. Spacious stores with brightly lit window displays compete with tiny cluttered shops in dark alleys. This is a place where the Thousand and One Nights and global chic come together, a meeting place of opposites.
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ENCHANTING THE SENSES
THE MANY FACES OF THE BAZAARS
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