Constantinople was essential a themed collection of six authentic structures that housed Turkish merchants. Built to resemble, the bazaars of Stamboul, (now spelt as Istanbul), this attraction was noted for its authenticity. Turkish performers in period and national dress entertained the pike-goers; they danced, posed, did feats of magic and served as water-bearers. Their purpose, bring the folks in to purchase authentic Turkish merchandise. Outside the bazaars was a typical Turkish street.
. There are two men hawking the crowd, both wearing native costumes and fez hats. One man is banging a large drum and other playing a flute.
The girls (right), are standing on the ledge that is used as a arm rest that sits in front of the ticket window.
This attraction was operated by the same company that produced the Irish Village.