“Constantinople” originally appeared in Ferro-Concrete Poems (1914),“a work… famous primarily for being made entirely of commercially produced wallpaper.”
As for monuments to the love of Turkish people for Russian literature, check out Sabri Gürses’s photo of The Possessed enjoying some well-deserved R&R at Rusburger, right under The Great Chancellor (an early draft of Master and Margarita, published for the first time in 1992).
Turkey and Russia – BFF!! QED!!!