Cihangir

Cihangir is one of the neighborhoods of the district in , . The neighborhood has many narrow streets, a park, and street cafes. It is located between Taksim Square and Kabataş.

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The Hagia Triada is a Greek Orthodox church in , Turkey.

The Museum of Innocence is a museum in a 19th-century house in created by novelist Orhan Pamuk as a companion to his novel The Museum of Innocence.

The Orhan Kemal Literature Museum is a literary museum and archive in , Turkey dedicated to Turkish literature, and named after novelist Orhan Kemal.

Atatürk Cultural Center, also simply called AKM, is a cultural center in .

The Galata Tower — called Christea Turris by the Genoese — is a medieval stone tower in the Galata/Karaköy quarter of , , just to the north of the 's junction with the Bosphorus.

Localities in the Area

Beyoğlu is a district on the European side of İstanbul, , separated from the old city by the .

Harbiye is a neighbourhood of Şişli, , .

Vişnezade is a neighborhood in İstanbul, . Vişne means "sour cherry" and the neighborhood…

Feriköy Spor Kulübü is a sports club established in Feriköy neighbourhood of Şişli, in 1927.

Sinanpaşa is a town and district of , on a plain surrounded by pine-covered mountains, 33 km from the city of Afyon on the road to and .

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