The song and video does represent geographic confusion in Western culture.
- The fez was popular in the last one-hundred years of the Ottoman Empire but prior to the modernizing reforms 1820s it was only worn in certain parts of the empire.
- Sand dune deserts and tents are steretopyical visions of Arabia. Istanbul/Constantinople is in Europe.
- The two-humped, Bactrian, camels are found in Central Asia and Mongolia, not in the lands of the Ottoman Empire. The most common camel in the empire was the Dromedary, also known as the Arabian, camel.
By the way, why did Constantinople change to Istanbul? Well, that is no one's business but the Turks and Greeks.