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BEYAZIT Beyazıt Square was also used as a square in the Byzantine Era (Forum...
The old name of Beyoglu was Pera, meaning "the opposite shore". In the 16th...
The Bosphorus The Bosphorus is a flower of not only our country but also the...
Küçükayasofya (Little Hagia Sophia) Mosque in Cankurtaran was an Orthodox...
After the conquest of Istanbul, Çemberlitaş was one of the most important and...
DİVANYOLU Divanyolu (the Way of the Council) took its name from “divan-ı...
Tekfur Saray (Palace of the Porphyrogenitus) This is the only palace that has...
The New Mosque in Eminönü bears the characteristics of 17th century Ottoman...
In this district, which grew after the conquest of Istanbul, the churches and...
ISLANDS The length of the Bosphorus, which separates the continents of Asia...
Karaköy Namlı Gourmet With meat and cheese products, Namli (since 1929) sells...
Küçükayasofya Tekkesi (Little Hagia Sophia Dervish Lodge) There are...
KUMKAPI Until recently, Kumkapı was a district of Greek and Armenina...
Sirkeci Railroad Station Sirkeci Railroad Station was built on the European...
This part of Istanbul really gives visitors more of a sense of modern-day...
SÜLEYMANSYE The district of Süleymaniye, which is part of Eminönü, got its...
SULTANAHMET SQUARE The Hippodrome, known as the Atmeydanı (horse arena)...
The Golden Hon, seperating the European side of İstanbul like a horn shape,...
Pantocrator Church The most important of the monasteries whose plans were...