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Istanbul

Originally named Byzantium, this city became Constantinople in 330 and then, on 28 March 1930, was officially renamed Istanbul. It is Turkey’s largest city, and four of its historical areas are listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Located on the shores of the Sea of Marmara and straddling the Bosporus Strait, Istanbul sits astride two continents, Europe and Asia. Its residents are known as Istanbulites ou Stanbulites. The city has 3,113 mosques, the largest and most impressive of which is the Blue Mosque. It is the only one in the city that has six minarets. Each year, Istanbul stages the Tulip Festival, in honour of this precious flower that originates in the Turkish mountains. Even though it is often associated with the Netherlands, tulip bulbs actually came to Amsterdam from Constantinople in the 16th century! 

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Istanbul as seen from the Bosporus.

 

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Originally named Byzantium, this city became Constantinople in 330 and then, on 28 March 1930, was officially renamed Istanbul. It is Turkey’s largest city, and four of its historical areas are listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Located on the shores of the Sea of Marmara and straddling the Bosporus Strait, Istanbul sits astride two continents, Europe and Asia. Its residents are known as Istanbulites ou Stanbulites. The city has 3,113 mosques, the largest and most impressive of which is the Blue Mosque. It is the only one in the city that has six minarets. Each year, Istanbul stages the Tulip Festival, in honour of this precious flower that originates in the Turkish mountains. Even though it is often associated with the Netherlands, tulip bulbs actually came to Amsterdam from Constantinople in the 16th century! 

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Istanbul as seen from the Bosporus.

 

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Originally named Byzantium, this city became Constantinople in 330 and then, on 28 March 1930, was officially renamed Istanbul. It is Turkey’s largest city, and four of its historical areas are listed UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Located on the shores of the Sea of Marmara and straddling the Bosporus Strait, Istanbul sits astride two continents, Europe and Asia. Its residents are known as Istanbulites ou Stanbulites. The city has 3,113 mosques, the largest and most impressive of which is the Blue Mosque. It is the only one in the city that has six minarets. Each year, Istanbul stages the Tulip Festival, in honour of this precious flower that originates in the Turkish mountains. Even though it is often associated with the Netherlands, tulip bulbs actually came to Amsterdam from Constantinople in the 16th century! 

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Istanbul as seen from the Bosporus.

 

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