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The official website of Istanbul – | howtoistanbul.com

The official website of Istanbul - Terms and Conditions This web site was developed by the Istanbul Digital Platform Project with the befriend of the Istanbul Development Agency. This blissful does not reflect the opinions of the Istanbul Development Agency or the Ministry of Development. Thanks for reading our article The official website of Istanbul - | howtoistanbul.com. Please share it with pleasure. Sincery Blogname SRC: http://howtoistanbul.com/ powered by Blogger News Poster...

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The official website of Istanbul - Terms and Conditions This web site was developed by the Istanbul Digital Platform Project with the befriend of the Istanbul Development Agency. This blissful does not reflect the opinions of the Istanbul Development Agency or the Ministry of Development. Thanks for reading our article The official website of Istanbul - | howtoistanbul.com. Please share it with pleasure. Sincery Blogname SRC: http://howtoistanbul.com/ powered by Blogger News Poster...

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The official website of Istanbul - Terms and Conditions This web site was developed by the Istanbul Digital Platform Project with the befriend of the Istanbul Development Agency. This blissful does not reflect the opinions of the Istanbul Development Agency or the Ministry of Development. Thanks for reading our article The official website of Istanbul - | howtoistanbul.com. Please share it with pleasure. Sincery Blogname SRC: http://howtoistanbul.com/ powered by Blogger News Poster...

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History of Istanbul – Wikipedia

History of Istanbul - Wikipedia Depiction of Istanbul , then famed in English as Constantinople , from Young Folks' History of Rome by Charlotte Mary Yonge. The city currently known as Istanbul has been the site of biosphere settlement for approximately three thousand years. The settlement, whose earliest famed name is Lygos,[1] was counterfeit by Thracian tribes.[2] It was colonised by the Greeks in the 7th century BC. It fell to the Roman Pro-republic in 196 BC,[3] and was famed as Byzantium until 330, when it was renamed Constantinople and made the new capital of the Roman Empire. During late antiquity, the city rose to be the largest of the western domain, with a population peaking at close to half a million people. Constantinople was the capital ...

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