Istanbul Healthcarist

Being the most populous; however, the most important city of Turkey from the cultural and economic aspects, Istanbul is one of the oldest cities in the world. The recently discovered findings indicate that the first settlement took place at least 8500 years ago in the city.

Having been hosting different cultures and civilizations as well as people from various religions, cultures, languages and races for many ages, Istanbul managed to preserve its cosmopolitan and metropolitan structure of hundreds of years well. Istanbul is as much a world capital now as it was in the past.

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Dolmabahce Palace

Located between Kabatas and Besiktas on the shore of the Bosporus, Dolmabahce Palace draws enormous attention for the diversity of architectural styles used in its construction. Dolmabahçe Palace commenced to be built in 1843 by the orders of the Ottoman Sultan Abdulmecit I, and it has come to be identified with Istanbul since then.

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Galata Tower

Built by the Genoese in 1348, Galata Tower or Christiea Turris (Tower of Christ) is one of the spots that will fascinate you with the beauty and charm of Istanbul.

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Grand Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar is one of the world's oldest and largest covered markets. It is surrounded by the city walls and located between Beyazit and Nurosmaniye Mosques in the district "Kapalıçarşı", which is named after it.

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Rumeli Fortress

Located in Sariyer, which is named after it, Rumeli Fortress was constructed directly across the Anatolian Fortress. Construction began in 1453 by the order of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror placing the fortress at the narrowest point of the Bosporus.

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