Martijn van Wagtendonk: The Hippodrome of Constantinople was a circus that was the sporting and social centre of Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine Empire. Today it is a square called Sultanahmet Meydani.
istanbul: Taksim Square, with its monument to the founding of the Turkish Republic, is very much the symbolic heat of modern Istanbul, a busy transport intersection within walking distance of all cafes,...
Turkish Airlines: Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnici) is a historic water cistern constructed by the Byzantine Empire. Engraved decorations exist over some of its 336 columns. It has a capacity of 80.000 m3 water.
Vişnezade Mah. Dolmabahçe Cad., Beşiktaş, Istanbul
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istanbul: By the mid-19th century the Ottoman sultans were obsessed with all things Western and determined to move out of Topkapi Palace and into the Dolmabahce Palace on the southern shore of the Bosphorus.
Cumhuriyet Cd. No:349/1 Harbiye (Şişli), Istanbul, Istanbul
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Serhat Uzunel (Zuluzulu): If you want to have a splendid night out, you definitely have to go to Love Dance Point. The music, the ambiance and especially nice looking guys will blow your mind! Club is absolutely fascinating!!!