Kara Davut Sokağı

onceinawhile

Member
China
can anyone bo so kind to tell me the english meaning of each of the three words? I guess one of them means "street" and another "cafe", maybe. But I'm not sure. Thanks!
 
  • Chazzwozzer

    Senior Member
    Turkish
    Kara Davut (would be "David the Black" in English) was a statesman and a grand vizier for 25 days in the Ottoman Empire.

    None of these words mean cafe. The word for cafe is kafe in Turkish, and cafe or even café in Neo-Turkish spelling. :)

    Kara Davut Sokağı
    is "Kara Davut St.", as Celine suggests. (Somewhere in Istanbul)
     
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