İstanbul'da düğün: Wedding in Istanbul.
The bride gets a visit from the groom while she is at the hairdresser’s.
Princess what’s happened? I’m smiling at you.
Büyük Kulüp, the bride and groom and their guests before the wedding.
Toast with the bride and groom.
The area where the wedding reception is held. On the right is the table where the bride and groom will sign the register.
The arrival of the bride and groom at the ceremony, in the dark, lit by a single spotlight, to the applause of the five hundred guests.
Evlilik Cüzdanı is the name of the book that the bride is holding in her hand.
The newlyweds start the dancing.
The bride says thank-you and bows on receiving the woman’s good wishes.
The newlyweds seek a moment’s respite.
He embraces her, tears and all
The night to be spent alone with friends.
The Bosphorus Bridge: the bridge over the Bosphorus in Istanbul. The bridge is beautiful tonight, spectacular and always laden with significance. It is indeed much more than just a bridge, for it has the task of linking two continents ... Europe and Asia.
In the background: Tarihi Cami Minaresi, a minaret of the historic mosque
Mausoleum of sultan Selim II
The corridors of the Aya Sofya, we are climbing up.
Aya Sofya: the dance of the newlyweds. We are lucky, Aya Sofya is alone in her immense majesty, with just us. No visitors… no tourist groups: it is rare to find her so alone and silent.
The captivating cupola of the Aya Sofya.
Ayasofya'da aşk: love in the Basilica of Santa Sofia.