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Istanbul: One of Most Secured City

ISTANBUL: THE CITY THAT GIVES A SENSE OF SECURITY Istanbul is Europe’s third and world’s 21st biggest city. As researches demonstrates, if these trends continue, Istanbul will be the most crowded city of Europe by 2020. Despite its population of more than 12 million people as well as the mass of visitors coming from various different countries, the city is enlisted among the safest …

Istanbul Overview

ISTANBUL OVERVIEW Seas and land have divided the lacework geography of Istanbul into four pieces. Old Istanbul City and Galata in the shores of Golden Horn and previously different village now united residential districts are located along the straits of Bosphorus. As the smallest sea of the world, inhabited places along the shores of Marmara Sea shows the magnitude that the city has reached. …

Istanbul, Europian Capital of Culture 2010

European Capital of Culture..? Initiated by the 1985 Greek Minister of Culture, Melina Mercouri the idea behind European Capital of Culture was to promote cultural richness and diversity as well as multinational symbiosis in such baffling harmony around great cities of this continent. As the idea was highly appreciated by the European Council of Ministers, the project was put into implementation right away. Now …

Istanbul in Numbers

ISTANBUL IN NUMBERS Geography Coordinates: 41.09 north, 29.42 east Area: 5.461 square km 17% is good for agriculture 47% is forested area 36% open for housing 1,1 m2 green for 1.000 people Highest hill: 537 meters, Aydos Hill on the Asian sideNeighborhoods: 936Districts: 39 Demography Population: 14,657,434 as of 1st of January 2016 (10.041.477 in 2000), that is 18.6% of the total population of Turkey …

Istanbul, Population and Demographic Structure

POPULATION AND DEMOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE Istanbul had a population of 1,078,000 in 1945. Internal immigration towards Istanbul increased after the 1950’s due to its being the fastest growing industrial center. As such, the city’s the population reached 1,533,000 in 1955. Its population continued to increase annually at an average rate of 0.040-0.050 percent in the following periods where it reached 7,309,000 in 1990 and 9,199,000 …

Istanbul, Economy

ECONOMY Istanbul bears the characteristic of being the capital city of three Great Empires and she is also one of the few cities which has been the center of the country’s economic life. Although the city did not become the political capital for the new Republic, established in 1923, it has always been one of the country’s economic centers and has never lost its …

Istanbul, Art & Culture

ART Even if we deal with only the artistic contents of the structure motifs including the mosques, churches, synagogues, museums, fountains, complexes and old buildings, we realize that the city remaines at the top of the list in the field of artistic architecture with its Islamic calligraphy, marbling art, carving, colouring, and craftsmanship.  On the other hand, activities, such as theaters, cinemas, live concerts, …

Geographic Location and Strategic Importance of Istanb...

GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION AND STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE The seas and the lands have divided the lacework geography of Istanbul into four regions. Old Istanbul City and Galata in the shores of Golden Horn (Haliç) and previously different village now united residential districts are located along the straits of Bosphorus. As the smallest sea of the world, inhabited places along the shores of Marmara Sea shows the magnitude …

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