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Amicia de Moubray is a journalist and editor specialising in architecture, heritage and interiors. She is co-author with David Black of Carpets for the Home and author of Twentieth Century Castles in Britain.
Iskenderun and Aleppo were once vital trading posts of the Ottoman Empire. Today they straddle a border and are raffish outposts worthy of Graham Greene. Amicia de Moubray accompanied Iskenderun’s Honorary British Consul on a whistle-stop tour of the two cities. She discovered the legacy of liquorice and the East’s most enticing bazaar. Photographs by Simon Upton
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