Saturday, 25 April 2015

Again in Europe

25th April 2015

In the afternoon at 6p.m. we safely landed in Katowice. It was so interesting trip to Turkey. 3% of Turkey is located in Europe and 97% in Asia. We were in Asian part. Aksaray is a city located in the middle of Turkey. A lot of buildings in Aksaray are renovated....
 The view from hotel in Aksaray. I was living on the third floor.


 Market square in Aksaray
Asian guys they wanted to be  guests on my blog..


Local police

The mosque in the heart of the city



There are only yellow taxis here




Sunday walking..




The oldest and the biggest mosque in the city. It is 700 years old..


The mosque is so impressive..


Muslisms come to toworship and study at the miosque
Typical uniform for women here




Street stalls

Thanks for visiting..

9 comments:

  1. The oldest mosque does not have a dome. Not as many now, but many Turkish women used to dress like that here.

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    1. Andrew, you are right, but contemporary mosques always have domes....Turkish women always wear dresses here on the street...So strange for a woman from Europe as me...

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  2. i am glad you had a good visit to turkey. the buildings are neat. i like the clock tower.

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    1. Tex, I have had a great and so educational trip..

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  3. It looks like you had an interesting trip. It's interesting to see the towns and how people dress.

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    1. Cynthia, it was very inbteresting trip. The country is amzing so you can see from my photos. But the position of women can be a different topic... They wear completely diffferent clothes...

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  4. Lovely to see what you have seen. Thanks. I always thought Turkey was part of Europe. I googled about the Asian bit and was educated on that...

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    1. Margaret , I also I was thinking Turkey is in Europe but my daughter has explained me it..

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  5. Hi Gosia, welcome back from your trip. Very nice photos of buildings and blue sky. I like the one with the street stalls and the covered way. Over here, we also have women dressed like that.

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