Although it's not quite folkloristic any more (as many traditional little stores have closed and lots of popular international brands are now standing in their place), there's still that... special vibe. People walking up and down from Taxim square to the Galata Tower. Some shopping, some eating doner-kebap, others enjoying a Turkish coffee. A group of guys smoking nargile, some ladies tasting fistikli and baklava, kids jumping on the old tram, tourists stopping to take a photograph. This street is where you can see and do everything, either during daytime or nighttime.
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