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Istanbul is a very valuable city in terms of historical and geopolitical position; It is Turkey's most populous city. Istanbul is also an important city in economic and socio-cultural perspectives. Ranked 34th in the world in terms of economic size, according to the ranking made considering municipality is the first city in terms of population in Europe, about 15 million, Istanbul is located in sixth place after Lagos of the world population.
Istanbul Ataturk Airport was the world's 13th busiest airport with its passenger traffic. In Turkey, Ataturk Airport is the first place air transport launched and daily average of 1100 aircraft departs.
Another airport in Istanbul is Sabiha Gokcen Airport. It has receied its name from the world's first woman combat pilot and Turkey's first woman pilot Sabiha Gokcen. Airport terminal building has an annual capacity of 25 million passengers.
Istanbul is one of the world's oldest cities and was the capital between the years 330-395 AD to Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire in the years 395-1204 and 1261-1453, from 1204 to 1261 capital of the Roman Empire, lastly the Ottoman Empire from 1453 to 1922.
Istanbul has been given many different names in history; Byzantium, Augusta Antonina, Nova Roma, Constantinople, Constantiniyye. Istanbul, with 300.000 years residential history and urban history about 3 thousand, as the capital city dates back to the 1,600 years, is the world city located at the intersection of Asia and Europe. The city has hosted many civilizations and cultures throughout the ages, for centuries, the various religions, languages and races lived together and maintained cosmopolitan and metropolitan structure and has formed a unique mosaic with the historical process. During long periods of time, being central in all areas and managed to remain in power, Istanbul is one of the few settlements in the world, that stayed as a world capital city from past to the present.
Formerly known as the Yesilkoy Airport, Ataturk Airport Airport was opened to international air traffic in 1953. Istanbul airport is located on the European side, in 1985, the Republic of Turkey's founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's name given, the airport's official name became the International Ataturk Airport. The airport is located at Yeşilköy in the Bakirkoy district of Istanbul, of the south the Marmara Sea, of the north the D-100 highway.
The Ataturk Airport with a total area of 11 million 650 thousand square meters, is Turkey's largest airport both in terms of area covered and passenger traffic. According to data from the 2014, daily average of 1100 aircraft departs from the airport, it was 13th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in Europe.
The domestic terminal covers a total of 65 thousand 165 square meters area, 12 jet ways, 96 check-in counters and four baggage belts at departure hall, there are seven baggage belts in the arrival hall. As well as international coffee and fast-food chains, many self-service and a la carte restaurants located in Terminal on the departures floor.
In the international terminal opened for use in 1997, there are 26 jet ways, 224 check-in counters, at the arrival hall there are 11 baggage belts.
Ataturk Airport is the world's 16th largest store enterprises with its duty-free shops, at departure hall 4613 square meters, at arrival hall 1437 square meters, a total of 6050 square meters of store space is avail. At stores, various accessories, food, beverages, daily necessities and souvenirs are sold. It also offers several exhibitions in the International Terminal for passengers. Finally, airport has covered parking area with a capacity of 7000, and capacity of 1034 as outdoor car parking.
Sabiha Gokcen Airport
Opened for use in 2001, it is the second airport in Istanbul. The airport is located in the district of Pendik, name derived from Sabiha Gökçen, Turkey's first woman pilot. With the annual capacity of 25 million passengers, it's Turkey's third largest airport, at Sabiha Gokcen airport domestic and international flights done under the same roof. The runway of the airport is 3000 meters long, a new runway is planned to open recently.
With a capacity of 4,718 cars and 72 buses 4-storey car park is located at the airport also the conference room of 400 square meters is avail. Spread over an area of 5.000 square meters, 4500 square meters of area hosts restaurants, food and beverage stores.
Istanbul is under the influence of Mediterranean, Black Sea, the Balkans and Anatolian continental climate. Summers are hot and dry, winters are rainy and mild. Ranges between approximately -14 ° C to + 41.5 ° C temperature during the year. It is also possible to experience all four seasons in one day in Istanbul.
Local delicacies are generally referred to by the district and county names. Eyüp's kebab and cream, Beykoz's trotter soup, Sultanahmet's tripe soup of shrink, Karaköy pastry oven's Saray Loması, Kanlıca's the yogurt.
Üsküdar-Şemsipaşa's pickles, The boza at Vefa, fresh fish eggs at the Çekmece, mackerel, bluefish and early plate fish of the Bosphorus, Hacıbekir's the rock candy and delight, at Sultanahmet; Şekerci İbrahim Efendi's marzipan and resiny delight, Sarıyer's special pumpkin pastry.
Tourism and Culture
Almost every corner of Istanbul has historical and touristic features. The most famous monuments and venues are as follows: Anadolu Hisar, Rumeli Fortress, Walls, Topkapi Palace, Dolmabahce Palace, Ciragan Palace, Yıldız Palace, Süleymaniye Mosque, Sultan Ahmet Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Basilica Cistern, Grand Bazaar, the Spice Bazaar, Galata Tower, Maiden's Tower, the Golden Horn.
Anatolian Fortress was built by Sultan Bayezid at the Asian side of the Bosphorus and consists of three main tower. Names of fortresses are Akca Hisar, the Yeni Kale and Güzelce.
Rumeli Fortress: was built by Fatih Sultan Mehmet on the European coastline of the Bosphorus strait. Fortress has 17 towers and height is 22 meters. It is an important work in terms of architecture.
Topkapi Palace: was built by Fatih Sultan Mehmet. The construction of the palace started in 1466, was completed in 1478. During the construction years it was located in an area of about 700,000 m.², current area of the palace today is 80,000 m². In front of the palace's sultanate door at the sea side,there were artillaries in front of the tower ,due to that it was called Topkapi (in Turkish meaning door with artillaries). Palace once used as the administration center and the place where the Ottoman sultans lived. Nearly 4,000 people once lived in this palace.
In 1924, after doing some minor repairs and taking necessary administrative precautions for visitors to tour, the Topkapı Palace was opened as a museum on October 9, 1924.
Palace in 1985 entered the UNESCO World Heritage List, in the historical peninsula of Istanbul, palace is one of the most important historical monument.
Palace took its name Dolmabahçe(meaning filled garden in Turkish) because it was constructed on an area obtained by filling the sea. For the construction of the palace, money loaned from foreign countries.
Palace was the world's most famous one built in the nineteenth century. Construction period lasted for five years, in the palace there are 200 rooms and 8 large hall. Marbles were brought from Marmara Island. This palace is the third place that the Ottoman sultans were reside after Bayezid and Topkapi palace.
Ciragan Palace was built in 1871 by Sultan Abdulaziz. Palace is famous for its marble masonry, it was burned in 1910. Today, restored and used as a tourist hotel.
Yildiz Palace was built for Sultan Selim III's mother Mihrişah for the first time. Abdülhamit II. has used here as the main palace of the Ottoman Empire. It not as a single building as Dolmabahce Palace, starting from the Marmara Sea coast, rising towards the northwest, the back line covering the entire hillside, palace located inside a garden and copse that all mansions, management, protection and service buildings and parks unites. After the Bayezid, the Topkapı and the Dolmabahçe palaces, was fourth inhabited palace of the Ottoman sultans.
It was built on the order of Sultan Süleyman (Süleyman the Magnificent), built by Mimar Sinan between 1549-1556. Building composed of; mosque, four madrasas, moseleums, Darülhadis (school for learning hadith), darüttıp(medical college), hospital, Bimarhane(old mental hospital), darülkurra (madrasa for Quran reading methods), primary school, public kitchen, guest house, library and many stores. There are 53 332 manuscripts in the library and there are 25 673 printed works.
Sultan Ahmet Mosque
Sultan Ahmed the First ordered architect Sedefkar Mehmet Aga to built it in 1609-1616. Building composed of; mosque, pavillion, elementary schools, madrasas, arasta ( bazaar),Darüşşifa (hospital), Tabhane (guesthouse for darvishes), a public kitchen and shrines. The interior of the mosque is decorated with 21,043 tiles. It has six minarets. Also called Blue mosque, because it is decorated with green and white Iznik tiles and mainly because it is decorated with the blue hand drawn works inside the big dome and semi-dome. Sultanahmet is the first mosque in Turkey with six minarets.
Hagia Sophia Museum
It was built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian, between AD 532 -537 in the old city center of Istanbul's historic peninsula, the basilica planned patriarch cathedral, was converted into a mosque with the conquer of Istanbul in 1453 by Fatih Sultan Mehmet and today serves as a museum. Hagia Sophia combining central planning with the basilica plan with its domed basilica type structure, is considered as a major turning point in the history of architecture.
During Byzantine period, the church of Constantinople Patriarch and the Eastern Orthodox Church was Hagia Sophia, naturally which became the center, formerly owned a major "holy relics" collection.
The central dome of Hagia Sophia, which is the largest dome of its time, collapsed several times during the Byzantine period, has not collapsed after Mimar Sinan adding retaining walls of the building.
The Basilica Cistern
In 542 AD it was built to meet the water needs of the Great Palace by Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. Due to the splendor between the marble columns rising out of the water, it is also known as the Sunken Palace by the public.
Covered Market (Grand Bazaar)
Covering 30,700 m² is a large market place with domes and arches. In the first time in 1461, it was made of wood. Located in the center of the city of Istanbul, Grand Bazaar is one of the world's largest and oldest covered market. It contains close to half a million people in the busiest time of the day.
Cylindrical shape and is 68 meters high. Is the continuation of the wooden tower built by Zenon in the seventh century. Genoese, enlarged the tower that they invaded. Between 1717-1962 the tower used for spotting fires in the city. Today it is restored and used as a restaurant.
An inlet in Istanbul. Golden Horn (Haliç) meaning of the word is inlet at the river mouth. At Byzantine period, colonization began here. At the same time this is also the maritime center of the Byzantine Empire. The wall along the coast, was built to protect the city from a navy attack.
Istanbul Festivals and Fairs
Istanbul International Puppet Festival: takes place each year in May.
Istanbul International Dance Festival: takes place every year in April.
Istanbul Film Festival: takes place every year in April.
Istanbul Antiquarian Festival (Beyoglu antiquarian Festival): takes place every year in September.
Istanbul Jazz Festival: takes place in the first half of July each year.
International Istanbul Opera Festival: takes place every year in June.
Istanbul Music Festival: takes place every year in May and June.