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  • Istanbul Essay

    Emir Sirkeci Istanbul Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey and most croweded too. Istanbul connects two diffrent countinents a with bridge‚ these are Asia and Europe. I chosed Istanbul because . Its where I live and I think its the most beatiful city in the world. There is no such a city like Istanbul. Istanbul connects two diffrent continents Asia and Europe with Bosphorus bridge. You can eat your meal near the Bosphorus Bridge‚ its really beatiful you can feel the wind of Bosphorus and

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  • Third Bridge in Istanbul

    transportation corridor. They point to other highways that have crossed the three largest water reservoirs of Istanbul as evidence that mega infrastructure projects can be built safely(2009). However others argued that a third bridge would threaten the natural resources of Istanbul and was not a real solution to the city ’s traffic problem because it will encourage more people to use cars‚ increase Istanbul ’s chronic traffic problem‚ the fumes of the traffic will pollute the forests and kill the natural life

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  • Immigration Problem in Istanbul

    These problems include economic‚ social‚ and environmental issues. Particularly Istanbul is in a great danger with the huge rate of immigration it takes. The city has not enough area for sheltering its continuous growing population as it has not also enough resources to feed them. It is very unhealthy to enlarge as rapidly as Istanbul with immigration because it brings economic‚ environmental‚ and social problems. Istanbul is the most urbanized and crowded city of Turkey. For almost 20 years‚ it takes

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  • Istanbul: A Dream City

    A Miraculous City Istanbul is a dream city where lies down from Asia to Europe. Every corner has its own speciality in Istanbul. There are many parts that you can be fascinated. Let me show you some authentic‚traditional‚ ancient‚ charming‚ and unique places. So‚ open the gates and enjoy your travel. Firstly‚ we are at the Bosphorus. I think‚ this is the only place in the world where makes you fall in love at the first sight. Just the view of the bridge is enough to make your heart beats faster

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  • International Tourism in Istanbul

    KINGSTON UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL STUDY CENTRE ESUS 3 ESSAY INTERNATIONAL TOURISM IN ISTANBUL STUDENT: MERTKAN AKDOGAN TUTOR: HENRIQUE D’ARCE SUBMISSION DATE: 09/08/2013 WORD COUNT: 1293 CONTENTS GLOSSARY………………………………………………………………………………………...….3 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………...……3 ECONOMICAL EFFECTS………………………………………………………………………...…..4 SOCIAL EFFECTS………………………………………………………………………………….....5 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS……………………………………………………………………….5 CONCLUSION…………………………………………………………………………………………6

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  • Meet Me in Istanbul

    Book: Meet me in Istanbul Author: Richard Chisholm The book is about: The story begins on Heathrow airport in London. Tom is going to Istanbul to see his fiancée. In the plane he sits next to a man named Kemal‚ they get along very well and Kemal gives Tom his phone number and says that Tom can call if he needs something while he’s in Istanbul. Tom thanks him and the separate. Tom remembered where he was supposed to go to meet Angela his fiancée. The Park Hotel‚ Taksim Square‚ then they would

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  • The Third Bridge in Istanbul

    Istanbul is the only city in the world which connectscontinents with two bridges‚namely‚ Bogazici and Fatih sultan mehmet bridges. Morever‚ Turkish government anounced that they are planning to build the third bridge in Northern Istanbul.Whereas some people are in favour of a new bridge‚others are totaly against it for some reasons.Fom my point of view‚the third bridge should not be erected in Istanbul. Some people may claim that the third bridge will ease traffic jam. There will be

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  • Istanbul Museum of Modern Art

    MUSEUM REPORT ‘İSTANBUL MUSEUM of modern art’ ISTANBUL MUSEUM OF MODERN ART History of the Museum In 1987‚ the project of Istanbul Modern arose at the first International Contemporary Art Exhibition‚ namely the International Istanbul Biennial. Nejat F. Eczacıbaşı‚ founder of Istanbul Foundation of Culture and Arts‚ impressed by the dynamism of the exhibition and proceeded to establish a modern art museum which is permanent. The Feshane‚ textile manufacturing factory

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  • The Dolmabahce Palace In Istanbul, Turkey

    About 6 months ago I had the chance to visit The Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul‚ Turkey. And I was fascinated by the design of the place and the history that it carried. When we were asked to use a topic to write about‚ the only thing that came to my mind was the palace. When I first did some research about the topic I didn’t find much to write about and I found it difficult to link it to our course concepts but after getting some help from my classmates I was able to get a better picture of what

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  • Orhan Pamuks’s Istanbul: Memories of a City

    November 5th 2012 History of the Ottoman Empire Istanbul: Memories of a City Book Report by Drake Hicks Professor: YAVUZ SELİM KARAKIŞLA Orhan Pamuks’s Istanbul: Memories of a City pseudo-memoir weaves an intimate and often meandering portrait of Istanbul and its inhabitant’s collective experience of hüzün. The narrator creates dual‚ often conflicting thematic trends‚ unfolding Istanbul both internally and externally in terms of past and present‚ East and West and black and white. Exploring

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