Beyoglu


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Beyoglu

a district of Istanbul, north of the Golden Horn: the European quarter
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Staged in over 30 venues on both sides of the Bosphorus, from the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, and several districts around greater Istanbul -- Beyoglu, Balat (the old city), Sisli, Kad?
Straselviler Caddesi No: 83/2 , Beyoglu 34250 Istanbul
American cuisine: Wolf Junior (Mesrutiyet Cad, 64 Kordova Apartments, Sishane, Beyoglu, 212 244 8835) is dominated by wooden and metal decor with mosaic floors.
In the late 18th century Beyoglu expanded as far as the maksem with the boundary marked by the road connecting Pera to Taksim--the Grande Rue de Pera or today's Istiklal Street.
Symbolic of Turkey's phenomenal economic and social progress during the 1990s was the opening of a new foreign-language bookshop in Beyoglu on Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Avenue), the former Grande Rue de Pera.
Bulgarians have been also urged to avoid the central parts of the Besiktas and Beyoglu districts in Istanbul, as well as any place at which there are massive gatherings of people.
Protesters pulled up paving slabs and threw bricks at security forces, with unrest spreading from the central square to the surrounding areas of Cihangir and Beyoglu.
I was acquainted with the Turkish way of eating on a Friday night in Beyoglu, the party district on the European side of the city.
For a more fancy meal, we went to the 360 restaurant in the Beyoglu area near St Antonie Cathedral.
They complained they haven't received money for months," Osman Yildirim, police chief for the downtown Beyoglu district of Istanbul.
As part of these changes, the Greek-Orthodox Girls School in Beyoglu, Istanbul, and the Jewish Community Center in Izmir have been granted legal status, ending a century-old dispute.