First capital of the Ottoman Empire: home of peaches, kebabs, chestnuts and textiles
A quiet street in the old district of Yesil.
You constantly surprise me with your images of Turkey. This reminds me very much of Italy and the Amalfi.
Lovely little street; makes you want to take a walk!
Shalom to you from Jerusalem.Just yesterday I noticed a little sign pointing to a little old synagogue. It said, in Hebrew, "To the congregation of the immigrants from Bursa." I thought, "Where in the world is Bursa?" Today a comment you left somewhere led me to your blog! So nice, your pictures. I'll be back to learn more about Bursa.
Julie - In fact Turkey is a country of many contrasts, and many times visitors here say it is not like the image they had before coming! Cate - there are many little streets like this, waiting to be explored! Dina - so the online world is small, as well as the offline one! I'm very glad that we can introduce you to Bursa.
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