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The largest city of turkey, Istanbul has been prominent on the world map for the past many centuries. Istanbul is situated on the Bosphorus Strait and encompasses the Golden Horn, which is the natural harbor in the north west of the country. The city has a rich heritage and culture; courtesy of being capital under different empires. Istanbul also has great flora and fauna on its land. The Alemdag forest on the Asian side and Belgrade forest on the European side provide ample sight seeing for tourists in the form of vast number of plant species.
Some famous landmarks of Istanbul include the Hagia Sophia, the ancient basilica which stood as the world’s largest religious structure until the Vatican; it has served as a church and a mosque and is today a museum of relics. The Roman hippodrome is another landmark in Istanbul, which was built by the Romans; tourists can visit the Obelisk of Theodosius and the Column of Constantine headlining a collection of 4th-century sculptures. The beautiful blue mosque which offers six minarets, the magnificent Topkapi palace which offers stunning views of the strait and Basilica Cistern, flocked by the statues of Medussa are other worth watching landmarks in the city.
Visitors also enjoy the sight of the famous Bosphorus Bridge which connects the two continents, Asia and Europe. Dolmabahce Palace is another of the confluences which reflect the more modern site of the Ottoman Empire. The city also offers some interesting museums which are the Istanbul Archaeology Museum, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum and Sadberk Hanim Museum. Tourists can avail one of the many budget hotels in Istanbul for their stay. Istanbul has numerous shopping centers such as the Grand Bazaar which is the largest covered market in the world, Mahamutpasa bazaar and the Egyptian Bazaar. There are many night clubs, pubs, restaurants and taverns with live music in the metropolitan. The adjoining areas of Kadikoy, Bebek, Istiklal Aenue and Nisantasi present all sorts of pubs, clubs, cafes, restaurants as well as art galleries, cinemas and theatres.