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Balat was once Istanbul's old Jewish quarter. Its buildings are a sea of yellow, pink, red, blue and green.

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wandering, preferably with camera in hand, to capture the dilapidated yellow and pink buildings adorned by billowing red or green curtains, all sparkling against the cerulean sky.

The streets of Istanbul  This used to be an old Greek neighborhood in the city. Old beautiful buildings with beautiful vivid colors by Faddoush

The streets of Istanbul This used to be an old Greek neighborhood in the city. Old beautiful buildings with beautiful vivid colors by Faddoush

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Balat, Turkey – the traditional Jewish quarter in the Fatih district of Istanbul.

I remember walking around the narrow streets amazed at all the wires crossing bldg to bldg

The spot our team most wanted to move into in Istanbul? The wisteria-covered Empress Zoe Hotel, which practically sits in the shadow of Hagia Sophia.

The wisteria-covered Empress Zoe, which sits nearly in the shadow of mosque-turned-museum Hagia Sophia. Photo courtesy of Empress Zoe

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