Istanbul Under the Snow (Walking Around Sultanahmet)

by Bernardo Ricci Armani January 7, 2016 4 comments
Istanbul Under the Snow (Walking Around Sultanahmet)

Istanbul (Turkey). After the landscape of Istanbul from Hagia Sophia posted some days ago, here there is “just another” photograph taken the same – unique – day during a nice walk under the snow around the garden in Sultanahmet.

One of the things that impresses me much – every time it snows in Istanbul – is the sound of the city, which is normally noisy due to its intense traffic. Believe it or not, the snow therefore does not change only the landscape: Sultanahmet becomes somehow quite, silent, muffled.

I’m still developing some photos of Istanbul covered by snow: stay with me!

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Dasha January 7, 2016 - 8:43 am

Ooo i like colors! White, grey, light blue

Bernardo January 7, 2016 - 8:45 am

It was a magic situation! And you should imagine the silence…

M. January 7, 2016 - 2:29 pm

Bellissima davvero suggestiva, dolce e quasi di un tempo che fu. Bravo!

Virtual Private Servers April 8, 2017 - 10:16 pm

Keep in mind that Istanbul’s less-than-scrupulous hotel and restaurant owners are as market savvy as they come—they actually read the popular travel guides to Istanbul and when they get listed or favorably reviewed, they raise prices through the roof and skimp on costs. Istanbul’s mosques are beautiful and safe to visit provided you’re dressed appropriately and cover what you’re supposed to cover, and the locals welcome outsiders.


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