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istanbul, 2012.

istanbul, 2012.

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

İstanbul gezilecek yerler / Nostaljik tren https://gezimanya.com/turkiye/istanbulda-gezilecek-yerler

İstanbul gezilecek yerler / Nostaljik tren https://gezimanya.com/turkiye/istanbulda-gezilecek-yerler

Bourke Street is a pedestrian shopping precinct named after Sir Richard Bourke, Governor of New South Wales. Running from Elizabeth Street to Swanston Street, it is located in the heart of Melbourne’s Central Business District, the street was closed to traffic in 1978, and it is currently shared by pedestrians and a local tram line.

Bourke Street is a pedestrian shopping precinct named after Sir Richard Bourke, Governor of New South Wales. Running from Elizabeth Street to Swanston Street, it is located in the heart of Melbourne’s Central Business District, the street was closed to traffic in 1978, and it is currently shared by pedestrians and a local tram line.

Perhaps the only house of worship that can match its grandeur is the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, built in the early 1600s at the height of the Ottoman Empire.

30 architectural masterpieces everyone should see in their lifetime

Perhaps the only house of worship that can match its grandeur is the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, built in the early 1600s at the height of the Ottoman Empire.

Aleksanterinkatu is the central east-west street in Helsinki, beginning near the Presidential Palace and continuing for a quarter mile to Mannerheimintie, the city’s longest street.

Aleksanterinkatu is the central east-west street in Helsinki, beginning near the Presidential Palace and continuing for a quarter mile to Mannerheimintie, the city’s longest street.

VINTAGE ISTANBUL :  Photos by Ara Güler (1928)

VINTAGE ISTANBUL : Photos by Ara Güler (1928)

Located on a UNESCO World Heritage site, Armenian Street was one of the first roads to be built in the former straits settlement. Named after the most prominent ethnic group in Penang during the colonial era, it extends from the port of Penang to north of Acheh Street.

Located on a UNESCO World Heritage site, Armenian Street was one of the first roads to be built in the former straits settlement. Named after the most prominent ethnic group in Penang during the colonial era, it extends from the port of Penang to north of Acheh Street.

Located in a UNESCO World Heritage site, La Ronda is a quaint and well-preserved street in the historic center of Quito. Spanning only a few uphill blocks, its narrow cobblestone street was originally a footpath by which locals could access the Pichincha River.

Located in a UNESCO World Heritage site, La Ronda is a quaint and well-preserved street in the historic center of Quito. Spanning only a few uphill blocks, its narrow cobblestone street was originally a footpath by which locals could access the Pichincha River.

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