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      SHOP Armaggan All manner of Turkish delights, from $20 bottles of olive oil to $50,000 diamond necklaces to exquisitely executed birdcages, may be found at this seven-level emporium—undoubtedly the place to speed-shop if you only have a short stay in town. “Armaggan specializes in Turkish traditional craftsmanship, taking the old designs and making them very high-end and beautiful,” says Sara Bengur of this Nişantaşi-neighborhood fixture. The company’s newer boutique, in Nuruosmaniye, is ...

    • Cristina Bilmanis

      all stores should be this beautiful | "Armaggan", Istanbul

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