UNESCO World Heritage site, Istanbul is rich in culture seen in some of its landmarks that go back to Roman times, which includes Valens Aqueduct. The city’s skyline has dominated the buildings from the Byzantine and Ottoman era. Once upon a time, the world’s biggest cathedral, Hagia Sophia was established as the seat of the Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople. Besides Hagia Sophia, tourists should visit Suleymaniye mosque and blue mosque that represent known for their traditional Islamic architecture.
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