Blue Mosque (Sultanahmed Camii) is one of many landmarks located in Sultan Ahmed area of Istanbul, Turkey. The name came from its beautiful interior blue tiles, which was used more than 20.00 pieces to cover the whole wall. Though it is opened for tourist, it is still an active mosque where people do prayer 5 times a day. The picture was taken at dusk when seagulls fly close to the mosque’s central dome and minarets.
Sunda Kelapa Harbour has been there since 12th century. Being a major port in spices trade route, it saw many ships come and go from all over the world. The Harbour witnessed the changing name of its city from Sunda Kelapa to Jayakarta, Batavia and finally to Jakarta. Located in the north Jakarta, Sunda Kelapa Harbour is the capital’s beloved icon.