(NB: This is my last post from Istanbul. Stay tuned for future wrap-up posts.)
On a wall somewhere in Beyoğlu.
Here is a closer look:
A (Western) flute being played in one the pedestrian areas in the Taksim Metro station.
This tile mural is on the wall of the train tunnel. An area not too far from Osmanbey was used as an archery grounds for the sultans in the early Ottoman empire. Maybe this mural refers to that, I really don’t know for sure. It is kind of dimly lit on the far side of the tracks, but you get the idea.
More accordion music heard in the neighborhood.