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Istanbul 2011 Kilim Rugs, Kepabs, Apple Tea, Mosques, the Hagia...

By Shannawilson @shanna_wilson
Istanbul 2011
Kilim rugs, kepabs, apple tea, mosques, the Hagia...

Istanbul 2011

Kilim rugs, kepabs, apple tea, mosques, the Hagia Sofia, warm hospitality, and hoards of stray cats.

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