A Travel Guide to Istanbul in the Sixties: The Mystery City of Mosques (1967) | British Pathé

A Travel Guide to Istanbul in the Sixties: The Mystery City of Mosques (1967) | British Pathé

This phase of Pathé Pictorial offers a snapshot of what the lovely metropolis of Instanbul, Turkey seemed like in the nineteen-sixties. It takes the time to spotlight well-liked vacationer places from the many mosques to touring round the Bosporus river.

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Beautiful footage from Istanbul, Turkey. Visitable locations and vacationer places are proven.

Istanbul, Turkey.

Aerial views of the metropolis; a Sabena plane in flight. Several photographs of Santa Sophia Mosque; the Golden Horn and Galata Bridge; males board boats that chug out into the harbour; individuals stroll over the bridge, porters carry sacks and palates. On a moored boat a person feeds fish to a pelican. A man on the quayside shows fish round the rim of a bucket. Fish is grilled on a fish stall boat; a younger man bites right into a fish roll.

A man in the road sells bread rings; a person in a go well with has his sneakers shined. Aerial view of the metropolis, taken from a helicopter. Several photographs of ferries on the Bosporus Sea; views from the boats present mosques and homes beside the river. More aerial views of the metropolis present the previous and new structure. From a ship on the Bosporus we see the Dolmabache Palace.

Aerial view from a helicopter of the historical wall constructed round Byzantium (later Constantinople); extra photographs from a ship travelling alongside the Bosporus. Numerous fishing boats are moored; on the quayside a person carries reside fish on a rope that wriggle earlier than the digital camera. Nice transient C/U of an previous man smoking a cigarette in a holder. At a fish stall a boy brings espresso for the vendor. On a moored boat a person barbecues some fish over an previous tin. Other males mend their boats and fishing nets.

Several photographs of the fortress constructed by Mohammed the Conqueror; a younger couple climb up the hill to the predominant tower. Shots from a ship of one other fortress and homes on the Asiatic facet of the sea; extra fishing boats seen in this tranquil village. At one other level on the Bosporus we see trendy lodges beside the water.

A man sits at a waterside cafe and smokes from a hubble-bubble pipe; numerous photographs of the Blue Mosque exterior and the stained-glass home windows inside.

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