The Galata Bridge spans the Golden Horn and is 484 meters long. It is a foldable bridge. The Galata Bridge has been rebuilt many times, and the existing Galata Bridge is the fifth in history and was completed in 1994. The bridge connects the old city and the new city. The bridge is divided into two floors. The bridge is also pedestrians. The bridge is a restaurant. The
bridge was originally constructed of wood and later converted from stone to concrete. Whenever you stand here overlooking Istanbul, a car drives past you, you will feel like a king. The builder of the city is also the most famous representative of modern Turkey. Mustafa Kemal used to describe the bridge. The
bridge is considered to be the representative building of Istanbul, and the fishing rod on the bridge constitutes a new landscape, especially at weekends.
The anglers on the Galata Bridge can hardly imagine that every day there are dense anglers on the bridge, which is especially suitable for taking pictures of humanities. The
fishing uncles are particularly friendly. Seeing that I am taking pictures, they will take the initiative to look at my camera. Here you will feel that these leisurely fishermen are very cute and are looking forward to their leisurely life.
The enthusiastic uncles also invited me to join their fishing team.
Whenever you go to the beach, there are flocks of seagulls circling around you. These cute elves have added a different style to this ancient city. Looking at the last look, I reluctantly went to the Galata Bridge to eat the fish burger. Each 6 lira, freshly grilled fresh fish on an antique boat, served with 2 lira kimchi.
The Galata Bridge not only has a group of cute anglers, but also the most beautiful sunset in Istanbul.
The three-day sunset in Istanbul's Galata Bridge, from gold to red to pink, every sunset is so beautiful, this is the color of Istanbul.
Every night, I will watch the sunset on the Gala Bridge. This is the happiest thing in Istanbul every day, yearning for the daily life of chasing the sunset.
Galata Bridge is the center of Istanbul, spreading across the Golden Horn from Karakoy on the north to Old Istanbul, centered on Sultanahmet, on the south