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The strait that links the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara is the reason for Istanbul’s pre-eminence and offers days of leisurely exploration: classic shore walks, Baroque palaces, yalıs (waterside mansions) and excellent museums. Boating on the Bosphorus was described in Cornucopia 1, now a rare collector's item, while today's delights are explored in 224 pages of Cornucopia 52, Bosphorus Requiem, part 3 of our 'Istanbul Unwrapped' series. Cornucopia 57 devotes fourteen pages to the magnificent 19th-century panormas of the Bosphorus painted by Joseph Schrantz, and includes fold-out pages of his 241cm-wide view from Kandilli.
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