Mustafa Pasha Mansion

Our final evening in Istanbul was spent on the banks of the Bosphorus in the Mustafa Pasha mansion, built for a coffee magnate in the late eighteenth century and now owned by the Çetindoğans, major collectors who are in the process of building a museum by Zaha Hadid.   I particularly admired their private Turkish bath:

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And the place setting which included my initial in bread:

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