Winter in Istanbul: Churches

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Sunday 30 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Straddling east and west, literally, as it links the European and Asian continents, Istanbul also represents a mix of faiths and cultures too. Nestled between the streets, it’s sometimes surprising just what you will come across… like these churches for instance.

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I love this next image – really encapsulates the whole place.

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