Istanbul is a city where east and west, Asia and Europe meets. At the same time it is the only city, which has been established in two continents. The amazing multicultural city of the Ottoman Empire for centuries still fascinates millions of tourists every year.
This historical city that nestles the followers of three great religions presents the incredibly tasty synthesis of the old and new or the east and west to its lovers.
Istanbul the city of mosques, palaces pavilion.
The incomparable site of the city at Bosphorus, framed by the Black Sea and Marmara sea gives it a fascinating panaroma. The visitors must visit Bosphorus by ferry or boat. The boats passes below the two bridges, visits the landings of neighborhoods as beautiful as paintings,and creeps away from one continent to the other,one continent to the other. Marvelous panorama that changes in every kilometre is awating for you, once you pass
The rich and colourful cultural texture of Istanbul has no limits. A magnificent mixture comes out when the natural beauties of the city accompany to its historical monuments from the ROMAN, BYZANTINE and OTTOMAN periods. Istanbul is only city to have served as the capital of three empires. 120 Emperors and Sultans the capital of the three civilizations as a cultural mosaic is the best way have ruled Istanbul.
Below the Bosphorus Bridge “Yali”s the wooden waterside residences have begun to be built at the Bosphorus shores at the beginning of 17th century. Istanbul is the only city to have served as the capital of three empires.
One of the greatest Byzantine architecturel creations in the World. Built by the Emperor Justinian. The Church of Wisdom also used as a mosque duriong the Ottoman period and serving as a museum today.
The centre of entertainment, amusment and sports performed in the city during Byzantine period with monuments on the side include German Fountain of Willhelm II, Snake Column from Delphi and Egyptian Obelisk from Temple of Karnak.
Most revered masterpieces of Islamic world with its famous Blue Iznik tiles and six minarets at Sultan Ahmet Square.
The oldest and largest market place with 3000 shops filled offering Jewelry, leather, copper, hand made carpets and souvenirs.
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