Hagia Triada Greek Orthodox Church

The Hagia Triada is a Greek Orthodox church in , Turkey. The building was erected in 1880 and is considered the largest Greek Orthodox shrine in Istanbul today.

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

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