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Photo Gallery: Turkey 2 ("Future Team" International), February 2003

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Sunday 23rd February 2003
Oops A car crash, Istannbul style Brakes: non-essential Who needs brakes when you've got a horn?
"Can you hear..." More snow than the day before Besitkas, from the back of a cab Besiktas' Inonu Stadium (just down the hill from Taksim Square)
A mural on the Aya Sofia ceiling The ceiling of the Aya Sofia in Sultanahmet (from when the building was one of the largest churches in the world) The mihrab And a legacy from it's time as a mosque
Ornate tiles Ornate tiles in Aya Sofia Helen and Medusa Helen next to one of the Medusa columns in the Sunken Cistern
Aya Sofia Aya Sofia from the square
Paul outside the Aya Sofia Paul in the street outside the Cistern The Blue Mosque in the snow The Blue Mosque across the gardens
Aya Sofia Aya Sofia from the Mosque gardens The Mosque's fountain of ablutions The fountain in the Mosque courtyard
Paul dons trousers Paul, with trousers and kilt combo, inside the awe-inspiring Blue Mosque Helen with pashmina Helen and her pashmina
The classic view of the Mosque The Mosque's cascading roofs, from the courtyard
The police are tanked up Helen outside the turnstile at Galatasaray The posh seats The Ali Sami Yen stadium in the snow
The bouncy seats The singing stand Seats?  What seats? There are seats under there, somewhere
Not what you would call "casuals" The Malatyaspor fans, complete with 10 guys in yellow balaclavas The cheap seats The police stand by as fans run for the cover of the stand (with only a 10-foot fence to negotiate)
Paul: cold Paul turns his back on the action A sweeper formation The ref stops play to allow ground staff on to sweep the lines clear
Arcelik? Advertising, Turkish style Galatasaray's coach The official team bus




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