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Galata Tower



Aboard the ferry ship we went pass the famous Galata Tower in the middle of Istanbul and at the cross section of Bosphorus, Golden Horn. Galata borrows its name from the Celts stayed here for a while on the way to ancient Ankyra (Ankara), Pessinus (near Ankara) and Tavium near Yozgat today, Galatians of Anatolia, Trocmi, Tolistobogii and Tectosages, sons and daughters of Brennus, Leonnorius and Lutarius. More >>>

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