Turkey's most famous and most beautiful city of financial, economic and cultural capital of Turkey

The city of Istanbul is known for a number of names it has acquired throughout history. It has been named Byzantium, Astana, Constantinople and Istanbul. Istanbul is the financial, economic and cultural capital of Turkey.

Istanbul is a city with a long history and has been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. It is the only large city in the world that stretches on two continents: Asia and Europe

Bosphorus Bridge: It is one of the bridges that reach Europe on the continent of Asia. It is about 15 kilometers long and ranks 14th in terms of height in the list of outstanding bridges in the world. Sultan Ahmed Mosque is also known as the Blue Mosque. The reason for its name is that its interior is dominated by blue. The tomb of Sultan Ahmed I built between 1609 and 1616 is considered a masterpiece of Turkish architectural works.
Hagia Sophia The site is one of the most important tourist sites in the Republic of Turkey and even one of the most important tourist sites in the world. It is a very impressive architectural masterpiece. The Hagia Sophia was built in the primitive to be an Orthodox Patriarchal Cathedral, To be linked to the Islamic conquest

The Palace of the High Gate: The Top Kabi is one of the most famous landmarks in Istanbul. It is the most visited tourist destination built by Sultan Mehmet Al Fateh. It is now a magnificent museum with many important pavilions, A carpet of happiness that displays some historical and holy pieces, the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), some of his personal effects and traces, and some traces of the adult caliphs. The palace is very amazing and wonderful as the tourist can spend several hours without boredom. In addition, there are many landmarks such as the Tomb of Tahtos III, the Yildiz Palace, the Palace of Sultans, and other markets and landmarks.