Wie gibt's denn das? Beim Geister-Derby in Istanbul zwischen Fenerbahce und Galatasaray schaffte es (ein paar Journalisten ausgenommen). Das traditionsreiche Derby in Istanbul zwischen Galatasaray und Fenerbahce endete im völligen Chaos. Die Spieler lieferten sich nach Schlusspfiff eine wilde. Im Topspiel der türkischen Süper Lig am Sonntag steht das Derby in Istanbul an. Fenerbahce empfängt Besiktas in Kadiköy.
Massenschlägerei beim Istanbul-Derby: Die Eskalation am BosporusBeim Kıtalar Arası Derbi, dem wohl größten Derby der türkischen Süper Lig, trafen am Wochenende die Istanbuler Klubs Fenerbahçe und. Verrückte Kartenflut in heißem Istanbul-Derby. Peter Bielefeldt. | 07 Uhr. Schiedsrichter Halil Meler verteilt ein Meer an Karten im Istanbuler Derby. Wie gibt's denn das? Beim Geister-Derby in Istanbul zwischen Fenerbahce und Galatasaray schaffte es (ein paar Journalisten ausgenommen).
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Lean tender cubes of lamb skewered and grilled over charcoal served with rice, salad and fresh naan bread. Marinated seabass fish grilled over charcoal served with salad and fresh naan bread.
You never see anyone buy one, much less a bag of them. People do scarf down simit , the pretzel-ish bread somewhere between a sesame stick and pretzel, all sold by the same red carts advertising the low, low price of one Turkish Lira.
The men are on the street all day and the simit business is run by the government, so it's assumed they work for the government. They might not, or they might, because it is really hard to get away from the idea that the government wants their authority to be known.
The white military tower overlooking Taksim Square in the distance has a guard peering out on each corner. There are police in Minis — Istanbul is a peppy hatchback town for the most part, and even the police prefer them — and mysterious government types in Ford Focuses.
They crackle to life when their unmarked lights go off, and people clear the way for them without a single honk.
In larger intersections and in Taksim square there are big police riot busters with extendable ram-plow arrangements rigged to the grilles.
Their windows are covered in wire mesh, and the sides are reinforced with plate metal. According to locals, they can move a lot faster than you might think they can.
It's hard to know precisely where the security apparatus ends and the fog of rumor begins. Turkish has a hypothetical tense, a way of saying something that is said to be true.
The simit men might be police, or at least it is said that they could be. The police might be fully licensed to fire tear gas from their paintball guns full of CS pellets at the Galatasaray match on Sunday.
What is known is that the police are out and out in numbers. Their target: a peaceful bunch of people in suits and ties holding a few signs and walking at a creep along the Shore Road, a lawyerly group probably outnumbered by the cops, and incapable of taking a chestnut cart, much less fifty cops ready to start zip-tying people at the wrists and tossing them into waiting vans.
For all the security displays, Turks do a great job ignoring all the flexing. The Twitter ban crumbled online before it ever died in the Turkish courts.
The YouTube ban — also struck down in court shortly after the Twitter band ended — was circumvented by many with VPN and other online widgets cloaking the location of the user.
Most used it for extremely apolitical purposes, like watching the video of a cat dressed up like Bane. Actual quote on the matter: "I couldn't watch Bane Cat.
What kind of bullshit is that? The cats and dogs of Istanbul are its best rebels. Cats wander freely through the fences of military installations, eating and shitting and pissing where they like in between long suspicious stares at passersby.
Just behind the military museum behind the big scary military apartment building you definitely should not take a picture of, a ring of statues rolls clockwise through Turkish history.
There is a statue of Attila the Hun, and Timur the Lame, and then Ataturk, huge and bronze and gesturing in the general direction of a blood-red Turkish flag.
A dog sprinted across the park, circling and setting down in the grass to gnaw a bone he'd found somewhere. Two other dogs followed in tow, waiting with all the intensity of a thousand suns for the hound to drop it.
He ignored the soldiers and the signs and the other dogs and everyone else, gnawing on a meal at the feet of the father of the nation.
Turkish beer is awful. It is brewed with sugar, and at best tastes like the ghost of some horrid and defunct Midwestern piss-punch, but Turks drink it.
They drink Raki, and horrible Efes beer, and overpay for Tuborg because hell, it's not Efes, and like everyone else shell out for American whiskey for the right and wrong reasons.
Wrong: it's expensive and fashionable, and right: it's good, and will get you moonshot drunk in a very short span of time. Turks drink shots, too, doled out on barrels outside shot bars in cluster bomb fashion.
You can have a walking beer on Saturday nights as long as you're not causing a problem. Based on the level of ruckus in Istanbul on a Saturday night, "problem" would be somewhere north of openly attacking strangers, and south of "one person riot.
And there is a cutoff for booze sales, and there are the periodic attempts to limit where people can drink, but to be in the midst of a city that is avowedly Muslim and stumble into a hornet's nest of shot bars full of Iranians who flew in just to get trashed clear and legal, locals pregaming two days early for a soccer game, and tipsy expats asking all the wrong people for hash There is the knowing you get from reading, and being told, and then there's seeing a Galatasaray fan leveling what's left of a bottle of Johnnie Walker Black before entering the stadium.
Or help you get back to the hotel and recover after a truly crazy day! We will visit one of the cities great stadiums for a behind the scenes tour which stadium is visited will depend on the match schedule If there's another good football game in town, our host will be happy to give you more insight and take you there if you wish additional match tickets not included in the price.
Or if you'd rather spend more time exploring Istanbul - our host will give you the best tips and things to do. The choice is yours! Unfortunately, even the finest and craziest adventures must come to an end.
But the new friends and fantastic memories you've made will last for a lifetime. It's time to pack your bags, check-out, and say goodbye to the majestic city of Istanbul.
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Char-grilled specially prepared minced chicken, served with rice or chips and salad. The ultimate tasting kebab, 3 pieces chicken wings, 3 pieces lamb ribs, one skewer of lamb kofte, 1 skewer of chicken shish and a taste of lamb and chicken shawarma.
Shawarma Succulent shredded lamb, seasoned and cooked to order, wrapped in a tortilla. Topped with turkish yoghurt and seasoned tomato sauce.
Shawarma Succulent shredded chicken, seasoned and cooked to order, wrapped in a tortilla. Cooked on the charcoal grill and wrapped in a tortilla.
Layered on a base of bread pieces, turkish yoghurt and seasoned with tomato sauce. So you can meet your fellow travelers and prepare for an incredible, jam-packed day of action tomorrow.
It's matchday! And what a day this is. Today starts with a magnificent city tour and a look into this city's amazing history.
Then we'll visit the historic Besiktas area along the European shores of the Bosphorus strait. Where you can treat yourself to some tasty local food and enjoy one last moment of calm before your crazy matchday experience begins.
You'll meet up with Besiktas supporters groups to learn their chant and get immersed in their local fan culture before heading to the stadium together.
Where you'll see one of the loudest and most insane football atmospheres on Earth! After the game, your host will be happy to give you the best nightlife tips.
Or help you get back to the hotel and recover after a truly crazy day! Istanbul is a city of many stadiums and clubs If there's another good football game in town, our host will be happy to give you more insight and take you there.
Unfortunately, even the finest and craziest adventures must come to an end.Istanbul Special Pizza. Topped with minced lamb flavoured with onion, garlic, peppers, tomatoes, turkish herb blend, traditional turkish spiced sucuk sausage, fresh green pepper and tomatoes. Finished with mozzarella cheese. £; Lahmacun. Thin turkish pizza covered with seasoned minced lamb and onions, fresh tomatoes, parsley and red. Discover Istanbul’s pulsating football scene with a trip to the Intercontinental Istanbul Derby. Istanbul is the city where continents collide and where history has pivoted for over years. This ancient city is stacked with iconic sights and, an eye-watering 14 million people call it home. Istanbul Restaurant Derby, Derby. likes. Authentic Turkish CuisineFollowers: