Thanks to Leslie, I've got postcards showing both bridges in Istanbul that connect Europe and Asia. As I've already written for several times on this blog, I love border bridges and a bridge connecting 2 continents seems to be even more exciting for me :)
This one is called the Fatih Sultan Mehmet bridge. According to Leslie, "Fatih" means "conquerer" & Sultan Mehmet was the one who captured Constantinople from the Byzantines in 1453. He built the Rumeli Fortress (which you can also see on this card) to help those efforts.