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Kuzguncuk


This quiet waterside area of Istanbul on the Asian shore is known for its wooden houses and cobbled streets, which have been a favourite of film makers. A synagogue, Orthodox and Armenian churches attest to the neighbourhood's past as a place of immigrants. A mosque was not built here until 1952.

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