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IPS-204-Ispartakule
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IPS-204-Ispartakule

119,877 / 243,506 More Info
IPS-403-Zeytinburnu
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IPS-403-Zeytinburnu

309,218 / 2,449,985 More Info
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IPS-505-Eyup
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IPS-505-Eyup

143,226 / 319,184 More Info
IPS-402-Zeytinburnu
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IPS-402-Zeytinburnu

170,954 / 2,280,991 More Info
IPS-401-Atakoy
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IPS-401-Atakoy

667,236 / 4,135,469 More Info
IPS-700-Kadikoy
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IPS-700-Kadikoy

112,788 / 437,810 More Info
IPS-502-Topkapi
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IPS-502-Topkapi

114,665 / 469,082 More Info
IPS-203-Atakent
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IPS-203-Atakent

110,078 / 329,817 More Info
IPS-504-Gaziosmanpasa
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IPS-504-Gaziosmanpasa

192,261 / 475,593 More Info
IPS-503-Bachelievler
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IPS-503-Bachelievler

133,428 / 431,555 More Info
IPS-304-Basin Express
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IPS-304-Basin Express

92,536 / 237,360 More Info

Istanbul According to Wikipedia

Istanbul (spelled İstanbul in Turkish) is the largest city in Turkey, and was the capital city of the old Ottoman Empire until 1923. The city has been known since ancient times by the older names Byzantium and Constantinople. Being a seaport, Istanbul is the main trade center of Turkey.

Istanbul faces the Golden Horn and the Bosporus strait. The Bosphorus connects the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara, and separates Europe and Asia. The city is actually in both Europe and Asia.[1] Its population is between 11 and 15 million people, making it one of the largest cities in Europe.

Its original name was Byzantion in the Greek language, known as Byzantium in the Latin language. Byzantium was originally settled as a colony by Greeks from Megara in 667 BC, and named after their king, Byzas. In 196 AD, Byzantium was damaged by the Romans, then rebuilt by the Roman Emperor Septimius Severus. Constantine the Great thought this city was in nice location, and in 330, moved the capital of the Empire from Rome to there, as New Roma, renaming the city Constantinople (Constantinopolis in the Greek language), after his name.

When the Roman Empire was later divided into two, the East Roman Empire was known as the Byzantine Empire, and had its capital in Constantinople. Although it was captured by Crusaders for a time, it continued as one of political, cultural, religious and economical centers of Europe until it finally fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1453.

After the Ottoman Empire ended, the Republic of Turkey was started with its capital at Ankara.

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