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Kamondo Steps 02
Istanbul

Kamondo Merdivenleri İstanbul'un Galata semtindeki Voyvoda Caddesi'yle ile Banker Sokağı'nı birleştiren art nouveau üslûplu merdivenlerdir.

1850'li yıllarda yapılan merdivenler bölgenin en önemli banker ailelerinden biri olan Kamondo Ailesinden Avram Kamondo adı yaptırılmıştır. O zamanlar Banker Sokağı da Rue Kamondo (Kamondo caddesi) olarak bilinmekteydi.

Copyright: Mehmet Ozcan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 13/12/2008
Uploaded: 27/12/2008
Updated: 28/02/2015
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Tags: istanbul; komando steps; karaköy; turkey; bank street; vr; 360; mehmet ozcan; jew; karaköy; türkiye; bankalar caddesi; komando merdivenleri; galata
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