Today, when one travels the capital of the United Kingdom (London), of the France (Paris), of the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia (Turin) and Istanbul (capital of the Ottoman Empire), one can see that this war has left many imprints and memories in these cities. I wanted to document everything that commemorate the Crimean War in these four great cities of Europe in a single website.
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CRIMEAN MEMORIAL CHURCH

The Crimean Memorial Church also known as Christ Church, was built on land donated by Sultan Abdulmejit (1839-... READ MORE

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SELIMIYE BARRACKS (BARRACKS HOSPITAL)

The Selimiye Barracks, now used as the headquarters of the First Army and the Istanbul Garrison Command, was b... READ MORE

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Haidar Pasha Cemetery

The Haidar Pasha cemetery is located in the Haidar Pasha area, a district  on the Asiatic side of Istanbu... READ MORE

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Crimea Street

Beginning:       25 Des Fêtes street End:             ... READ MORE

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Crimea Metro Station

Crimea is a station of line 7 of the Paris Metro, located in the 19th arrondissement. It is open on November 5... READ MORE

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Passage of Crimea

Beginning           219-223  Crimea street End  &nbs... READ MORE

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Crimea Street Lift Bridge

The lift bridge of the Crimea street (Rue de Crimée) is located at the intersection of the Bassin de la Villet... READ MORE

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Crimea Street Footbridge

When the Crimea street lift bridge is raised to let a boat through, pedestrians use the Crimea street footbrid... READ MORE

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The Guards Crimean War Memorial

The Guards Crimean War Memorial is a  memorial in St James', London, that commemorate... READ MORE