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Serkan
Serkan
April 5, 2015
Sadece 1 saat uzaklıkta...
Ismail
Ismail
April 11, 2014
taze ada balık ve ev mezeleriyle ünlü
Tolga & Seyda
Tolga & Seyda
August 16, 2019
The Princess Islands are a combination of nine islands off the Asian coast of Istanbul, in the Sea of Marmara. Regular or fast passenger ferries operate to the four of these islands from different parts of the city; from Bostanci, Kadikoy and Kartal neighborhoods on the Asian side, from Sirkeci and…
Maartje
Maartje
July 13, 2019
The beautiful Princes Islands are just a small ferry ride away from the city, but transport you to a different car free world. The best way to escape the Istanbul crowds recharge and breath some fresh air! My favorite islands to visit are Kinaliada and Burgazada, the smallest and least touristic…
Murat
Murat
May 27, 2018
It is a must see... Take a boat trip to islands and get around those islands by walking or cycling as motor vehicles are not allowed on those islands.

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Embassy / Consulate
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Establishment
“Galata is one of the most popular places in Istanbul. These are the stairs that connect Voyvoda Street and Bankerler Street. It was built in memory of Abraham Saloman Kamondo, one of the prominent names of the Kamondo Family, one of the well-known families of the period in the 1850s. abraham Saloman Kamondo was given the title of Count for life because of his continuous donations during his lifetime. He had a great career in the Ottoman Empire. The period had great effects among the important statesmen and grand viziers. Because of the harmony of these stairs built on behalf of each other St. It has become a symbol of Georg. Kamondo was restored in 2005 because of its Memorial Activities and was blossomed to strengthen its aesthetic stance. You can make a pleasant nostalgia while walking these aesthetic stairs.”
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Establishment
“The Khedive Palace[1] (Turkish: Hıdiv Kasrı) or Çubuklu Palace[2] (Çubuklu Sarayı),[2] located on the Asian side of the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey, was a former residence of Khedive Abbas II ”
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Museum
“Although it's a bit of a schlep on the suburban train to get out to Yedikule, this commanding fortress is well worth it. Built in the 5th century.”
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Establishment
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