Madame Tussauds Made Its Way To Istanbul

Hi guys! Great news! The famous Madame Tussauds has finally made its way to Istanbul, Turkey! Located at one of the most happening spot in Istanbul, Taksim is sure not just home to Madame Tusssauds Istanbul but also a home to hundreds of famous brand stores such as Mango, H&M, Zara and many more!

For those who didn’t know, Madame Tussauds is a wax museum in London with branches in a number of major cities. Madame Tussaud’s is famous for displaying waxworks of famous people from all around the world. Founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud, It used to be known as “Madame Tussaud’s”. Now, Madame Tussaud’s is a major tourist attraction in not just in London, but also in many big cities around the world. displaying waxworks of famous people. Now, Madame Tussaud’s is not just available in London, but it has its branches in all over the world.

Apart from this, all hotels in Istanbul are currently having a major discounts in their price. So now is your chance! Grab your suitcase and come and join us in Istanbul!

 

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Vivaldianno City of Mirrors

Vivaldianno City of Mirrors Concert

Vivaldianno City of Mirrors

Looking for something fresh? Grab this chance to experience this magnificent concert 1st class. By mixing the classical works of Vivaldi and combining it with 3D film technology and vibrant workmanship, Vivaldianno bills the concert as an “incredible 3D concert story”. Performed by master musicians from three continents, sit back and learn the story of Vivaldi’s life through his incredible music. Will be held at 21:00 on November 5 at Ülker Sports Arena. Please visit Biletix for tickets.

Ebru Design Turkish Carpet

Check out this gorgeous Turkish Carpet with Ebru design. It’s absolutely stunning! Wish I could have one too lol! But no worries, if you are interested, please do contact me and I will give you my best price! 😉

So what is Ebru? According to the Unesco, and here I quote:

‘Ebru is the traditional Turkish art of creating colourful patterns by sprinkling and brushing colour pigments onto a pan of oily water and then transferring the patterns to paper. Known as marbling, this art is commonly used for decoration in the traditional art of bookbinding.’

Enjoy the video! 🙂