Wisps of elegance, celebrating Turkish summer fashion. Entering an orangery on the Bosphorus: inside the beautiful Kıbrıslı yalı. Set off on an Aegean odyssey: to the south-west, sailing in the wake of Herodotus; dropping in on a Kuşadası garden; and hunting for undiscovered secrets in the Bazaar, and keeping company with Yunus Emre, poet of the plains. Delicious recipes for cooking with yoghurt
The Kibrisli Yali is one of the largest old summerhouses to survive on the Bosphorus. Its rambling architecture mirrors the fluctuating fortumes of the statesman who gave the house its name, and his colourful heirs. By Patricia Daunt with photographs by Jerome Darblay and Simon Upton.
Over the centuries, Istanbul’s Grand bazaar has acquired a justly legendary reputation as one of the most famous shopping emporiums in the world. Amicia de Moubray guides us through the maze. Photographs by Simon Upton
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