„Its not that what is past casts its light on what is present, or what is present its light on what is past; rather, image is that wherein what has been comes together in a flash with the now to form a constallation. In other words, image is dialectics at a standstill. For while the relation of the present to the past is a purely temporal, continouos one, the relation of what-has-been to the now is a dialectical: is not progression but image, suddenly emergernt.­­—Only dialectical images are genuine images (that is not archaic); and the place where one encounters them is languge“  N2a, 3
Walter Benjamin, The Arcades-Project

 

The chronicler who narrates events without distinguishing between major and minor ones acts in accord with the following truth: nothing that has ever happened should be regarded as lost to history.
Walter Benjamin, On the Concept of History

A200

 

–> Beyoğlu

–> Fatih

–> Üsküdar

F100

 

–> Beyoğlu

–> Fatih

–> Sultanbeyli

F101

 

–> Beşiktaş / Bebek

–> Kadiköy

–> Sariyer

–> Üsküdar