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Translated by Google Translate Show original version. **FREE BREAKFAST** 10 minutes to Taksim Square 15 minutes to Hagia Sophia, Sultan Ahmed, Grand Bazaar *Comfortable private room (two single bed) *Fully equpied kitchen, *Modern Heating system *Continental Breakfast, *Free Wi-Fi *Sea view terrace, *Washing Machine(free) *Near by main street and bus stop, *Lockable room *Near by the sea, *Near by Super Market *Three shower in the building, *Flexible check-in & check out dates Fener is a neighborhood midway up the Golden Horn within the district ofFatih in Istanbul,Turkey. The streets in the area are full of historic wooden mansions,churches,and synagogues dating from the Byzantine andOttoman eras.The wooden mansions between the main axis and the shore were often used for importing wood from Pontus or the Black Sea area. Balat is another of the Istanbul quarters in which Jews were settled after their expulsion from Spain, enlarging a community which had lived here since Byzantine times Today Balat is a working-class district on the shores of the Golden Horn. Though it once had as many as nineteen synagogues, only two of importance remain, the famous Ahrida, and the neighboring Yanbol. The site of a Jewish school is close by, and Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital is several hundred meters to the northwest, within walking distance. Remember to make arrangements in advance with the Chief Rabbinate to visit these sites Also in this district are the cast-iron Bulgarian Orthodox church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, the Kariye Museum (Chora Church with Byzantine mosaics), the massive city walls, and the ruins of the Byzantinepalace known as Tekfur Saray. GETTING THERE If you plan to visit the Kariye Museum with its 14th-century Byzantine mosaics, and the nearby Tekfur SarayByzantine palace, you may want to visit these places first, then walk one kilometer downhill to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues. Here are walking directions: facing the front door of the Kariye Museum, go to your left around the building onKariye Türbesi Sokak and downhill to Sultan Çesme Caddesi, where you turn left. Follow Sultan Çesme Caddesi downhill; it changes names to become Kürkçü Çesmesi Sokak, and continues to the base of the slope, where it becomes Vodina Caddesi. Just past the intersection with Haci Isa Mektebi Sokak, on the right (south) side of Vodina Caddesi, is the Ahrida Synagogue. To go directly to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues, take a bus or taxi to Balat. The street on the southern shore of the Golden Horn bears several names as it meanders along; in Balat it is named Mürsel Pasa Caddesi. Take a bus or taxi along Mürsel Pasa Caddesi to theKöprübasi bus stop and walk up Çicekli Bostan Sokak, the short, narrow street heading southwest. Cross the first street, Hizir Çavus Köprüsü Sokak, and at the second street, Vodina Caddesi, turn right. Walk four short blocks along Vodina Caddesi to the Ahrida Synagogue, which is on the left-hand side at no. 9,behind the metal door topped by a marble plaque with Hebrew inscription. WHAT TO SEE IN BALAT Most famous of Istanbul's old synagogues, the Ahrida Synagogue, also called the Okhrida, is at no. 9 on the street officially named Vodina Caddesi, but often called Kürkçü Çesme Sokak. The Ahrida and nearby Yanbol are said to take their names from the towns in Macedoniafrom which their founding congregations migrated in Byzantine times. The foundations of the Ahrida may date from the late 1400s, or may be even older. Yanbol Synagogue, Duriye Sokak no. 16,directly opposite Kamis Sokak, is less than a block from the Ahrida. The Yanbol's interior is similar in appearance to the Ahrida before restoration, though the decor here seems more unified. Paintings in the dome are said to portray the Macedonian town of Yanbol, from which members of the original congregation came. Walk back to the shore road along the Golden Horn, turn left, and walk 500 meters to the Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital (also called the Balat Musevi Hastanesi), Demirhisar Caddesi, built in 1897. A 120-bed hospital attended mostly by Jewish physicians, it's located in the swath of parkland created in the mid-1980s to beautify the Golden Horn's banks. If you return to Eminönü along the shore of the Golden Horn, you pass the Bulgarian Orthodox Church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, on the left-hand side of the road, made entirely of cast iron
Yavuz Sultan Selim Mahallesi Camcı Çeşmesi Ykş, 34083 Istanbul, Türkiye
1 oda
20 m²
95
18.09.2018
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Translated by Google Translate Show original version. *10 Minutes to Bosphorus*15 Minutes to Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque *2 Minutes to Sea,*2 minutes to main street and public transportaion. *Comfortable 4 private rooms+ living room (4 single and 3 double bed) *Fully equpied kitchen,*Modern Heating system *Dish Washer(free),*Free Wi-Fi *Sea view terrace,*Washing Machine(free) *Near by main street and bus stop,*Lockable room *Near by the sea,*Near by Super Market *Three shower in the building,*Flexible check-in & check out dates. Fener is a neighborhood midway up the Golden Horn within the district ofFatih in Istanbul,Turkey. The streets in the area are full of historic wooden mansions,churches,and synagogues dating from the Byzantine andOttoman eras. The wooden mansions between the main axis and the shore were often used for importing wood from Pontus or the Black Sea area. Their picturesque facades were largely destoyed due to street widening requirements in the 1930s and later.The area's name is a Turkishtransliteration of the original Greek φανάριον (a lighting lantern, streetlight,a lightpost with a light lantern - from φανός: a lighting lantern; syn. πυρσός: light-torch, φάρος: beacon, lighthouse) (Classic phanárion,modern: fanári, "lantern").It was so called for a column topped with a lantern which stood there in the Byzantine period - used as a public light or marine and/or other purpose locator/beacon. After the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, the Fener district became home to many of the Greeks in the city.The Patriarchate of Constantinople moved to the area as well and is still located there. As a result, "Phanar(i)" (the traditional spelling) is often used as shorthand for theEcumenical Patriarchate, just as "Vatican" is used for the Holy See of Description Balat is another of the Istanbul quarters in which Jews were settled after their expulsion from Spain, enlarging a community which had lived here since Byzantine times Today Balat is a working-class district on the shores of the Golden Horn. Though it once had as many as nineteen synagogues, only two of importance remain, the famous Ahrida, and the neighboring Yanbol. The site of a Jewish school is close by, and Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital is several hundred meters to the northwest, within walking distance. Remember to make arrangements in advance with the Chief Rabbinate to visit these sites Also in this district are the cast-iron Bulgarian Orthodox church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, the Kariye Museum (Chora Church with Byzantine mosaics), the massive city walls, and the ruins of the Byzantinepalace known as Tekfur Saray. GETTING THERE If you plan to visit the Kariye Museum with its 14th-century Byzantine mosaics, and the nearby Tekfur SarayByzantine palace, you may want to visit these places first, then walk one kilometer downhill to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues. Here are walking directions: facing the front door of the Kariye Museum, go to your left around the building onKariye Türbesi Sokak and downhill to Sultan Çesme Caddesi, where you turn left. Follow Sultan Çesme Caddesi downhill; it changes names to become Kürkçü Çesmesi Sokak, and continues to the base of the slope, where it becomes Vodina Caddesi. Just past the intersection with Haci Isa Mektebi Sokak, on the right (south) side of Vodina Caddesi, is the Ahrida Synagogue. To go directly to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues, take a bus or taxi to Balat. The street on the southern shore of the Golden Horn bears several names as it meanders along; in Balat it is named Mürsel Pasa Caddesi. Take a bus or taxi along Mürsel Pasa Caddesi to theKöprübasi bus stop and walk up Çicekli Bostan Sokak, the short, narrow street heading southwest. Cross the first street, Hizir Çavus Köprüsü Sokak, and at the second street, Vodina Caddesi, turn right. Walk four short blocks along Vodina Caddesi to the Ahrida Synagogue, which is on the left-hand side at no. 9,behind the metal door topped by a marble plaque with Hebrew inscription. WHAT TO SEE IN BALAT Most famous of Istanbul's old synagogues, the Ahrida Synagogue, also called the Okhrida, is at no. 9 on the street officially named Vodina Caddesi, but often called Kürkçü Çesme Sokak. The Ahrida and nearby Yanbol are said to take their names from the towns in Macedoniafrom which their founding congregations migrated in Byzantine times. The foundations of the Ahrida may date from the late 1400s, or may be even older. Yanbol Synagogue, Duriye Sokak no. 16,directly opposite Kamis Sokak, is less than a block from the Ahrida. The Yanbol's interior is similar in appearance to the Ahrida before restoration, though the decor here seems more unified. Paintings in the dome are said to portray the Macedonian town of Yanbol, from which members of the original congregation came. Ev kuralları ***
Camcı Çeşmesi Yokuşu No:, 34083 İstanbul, Türkiye
4 oda
250 m²
579
28.08.2018
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Translated by Google Translate Show original version. *10 minutes to Taksim-Bosphorus (Public Trans.) *15 minutes to Hagia Sophia-Blue Mosque (Public Trans.) *15 minutes to Grand Bazaar (Public Trans.) *2 minutes to coast-sea side (walking) *Local experience near by city centers and touristic spots *Comfortable private room (one single bed and one queen bed) *Fully equpied kitchen,*Modern Heating system*Living Room *Continental or "Vegetarian" Breakfast,*Free Wi-Fi *Sea view terrace,*Washing Machine(free) *Near by main street and bus stop,*Lockable room *Near by the sea,*Near by Super Market *Three shower in the building,*Flexible check-in & check out dates Balat is another of the Istanbul quarters in which Jews were settled after their expulsion from Spain, enlarging a community which had lived here since Byzantine times Today Balat is a working-class district on the shores of the Golden Horn. Though it once had as many as nineteen synagogues, only two of importance remain, the famous Ahrida, and the neighboring Yanbol. The site of a Jewish school is close by, and Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital is several hundred meters to the northwest, within walking distance. Remember to make arrangements in advance with the Chief Rabbinate to visit these sites Also in this district are the cast-iron Bulgarian Orthodox church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, the Kariye Museum (Chora Church with Byzantine mosaics), the massive city walls, and the ruins of the Byzantinepalace known as Tekfur Saray. GETTING THERE If you plan to visit the Kariye Museum with its 14th-century Byzantine mosaics, and the nearby Tekfur SarayByzantine palace, you may want to visit these places first, then walk one kilometer downhill to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues. Here are walking directions: facing the front door of the Kariye Museum, go to your left around the building onKariye Türbesi Sokak and downhill to Sultan Çesme Caddesi, where you turn left. Follow Sultan Çesme Caddesi downhill; it changes names to become Kürkçü Çesmesi Sokak, and continues to the base of the slope, where it becomes Vodina Caddesi. Just past the intersection with Haci Isa Mektebi Sokak, on the right (south) side of Vodina Caddesi, is the Ahrida Synagogue. To go directly to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues, take a bus or taxi to Balat. The street on the southern shore of the Golden Horn bears several names as it meanders along; in Balat it is named Mürsel Pasa Caddesi. Take a bus or taxi along Mürsel Pasa Caddesi to theKöprübasi bus stop and walk up Çicekli Bostan Sokak, the short, narrow street heading southwest. Cross the first street, Hizir Çavus Köprüsü Sokak, and at the second street, Vodina Caddesi, turn right. Walk four short blocks along Vodina Caddesi to the Ahrida Synagogue, which is on the left-hand side at no. 9,behind the metal door topped by a marble plaque with Hebrew inscription. WHAT TO SEE IN BALAT Most famous of Istanbul's old synagogues, the Ahrida Synagogue, also called the Okhrida, is at no. 9 on the street officially named Vodina Caddesi, but often called Kürkçü Çesme Sokak. The Ahrida and nearby Yanbol are said to take their names from the towns in Macedoniafrom which their founding congregations migrated in Byzantine times. The foundations of the Ahrida may date from the late 1400s, or may be even older. Yanbol Synagogue, Duriye Sokak no. 16,directly opposite Kamis Sokak, is less than a block from the Ahrida. The Yanbol's interior is similar in appearance to the Ahrida before restoration, though the decor here seems more unified. Paintings in the dome are said to portray the Macedonian town of Yanbol, from which members of the original congregation came. Walk back to the shore road along the Golden Horn, turn left, and walk 500 meters to the Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital (also called the Balat Musevi Hastanesi), Demirhisar Caddesi, built in 1897. A 120-bed hospital attended mostly by Jewish physicians, it's located in the swath of parkland created in the mid-1980s to beautify the Golden Horn's banks. If you return to Eminönü along the shore of the Golden Horn, you pass the Bulgarian Orthodox Church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, on the left-hand side of the road, made entirely of cast iron
Yavuz Sultan Selim Mahallesi Camcı Çeşmesi Yokuşu no: Fatih/İstanbul, 34083 Istanbul, Türkiye
1 oda
30 m²
137
17.08.2018
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Translated by Google Translate Show original version. **FREE BREAKFAST** 10 minutes to Taksim Square 15 minutes to Hagia Sophia, Sultan Ahmed, Grand Bazaar *Comfortable private room (two single bed) *Fully equpied kitchen, *Modern Heating system *Continental Breakfast, *Free Wi-Fi *Sea view terrace, *Washing Machine(free) *Near by main street and bus stop, *Lockable room *Near by the sea, *Near by Super Market *Three shower in the building, *Flexible check-in & check out dates Fener is a neighborhood midway up the Golden Horn within the district ofFatih in Istanbul,Turkey. The streets in the area are full of historic wooden mansions,churches,and synagogues dating from the Byzantine andOttoman eras.The wooden mansions between the main axis and the shore were often used for importing wood from Pontus or the Black Sea area. Balat is another of the Istanbul quarters in which Jews were settled after their expulsion from Spain, enlarging a community which had lived here since Byzantine times Today Balat is a working-class district on the shores of the Golden Horn. Though it once had as many as nineteen synagogues, only two of importance remain, the famous Ahrida, and the neighboring Yanbol. The site of a Jewish school is close by, and Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital is several hundred meters to the northwest, within walking distance. Remember to make arrangements in advance with the Chief Rabbinate to visit these sites Also in this district are the cast-iron Bulgarian Orthodox church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, the Kariye Museum (Chora Church with Byzantine mosaics), the massive city walls, and the ruins of the Byzantinepalace known as Tekfur Saray. GETTING THERE If you plan to visit the Kariye Museum with its 14th-century Byzantine mosaics, and the nearby Tekfur SarayByzantine palace, you may want to visit these places first, then walk one kilometer downhill to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues. Here are walking directions: facing the front door of the Kariye Museum, go to your left around the building onKariye Türbesi Sokak and downhill to Sultan Çesme Caddesi, where you turn left. Follow Sultan Çesme Caddesi downhill; it changes names to become Kürkçü Çesmesi Sokak, and continues to the base of the slope, where it becomes Vodina Caddesi. Just past the intersection with Haci Isa Mektebi Sokak, on the right (south) side of Vodina Caddesi, is the Ahrida Synagogue. To go directly to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues, take a bus or taxi to Balat. The street on the southern shore of the Golden Horn bears several names as it meanders along; in Balat it is named Mürsel Pasa Caddesi. Take a bus or taxi along Mürsel Pasa Caddesi to theKöprübasi bus stop and walk up Çicekli Bostan Sokak, the short, narrow street heading southwest. Cross the first street, Hizir Çavus Köprüsü Sokak, and at the second street, Vodina Caddesi, turn right. Walk four short blocks along Vodina Caddesi to the Ahrida Synagogue, which is on the left-hand side at no. 9,behind the metal door topped by a marble plaque with Hebrew inscription. WHAT TO SEE IN BALAT Most famous of Istanbul's old synagogues, the Ahrida Synagogue, also called the Okhrida, is at no. 9 on the street officially named Vodina Caddesi, but often called Kürkçü Çesme Sokak. The Ahrida and nearby Yanbol are said to take their names from the towns in Macedoniafrom which their founding congregations migrated in Byzantine times. The foundations of the Ahrida may date from the late 1400s, or may be even older. Yanbol Synagogue, Duriye Sokak no. 16,directly opposite Kamis Sokak, is less than a block from the Ahrida. The Yanbol's interior is similar in appearance to the Ahrida before restoration, though the decor here seems more unified. Paintings in the dome are said to portray the Macedonian town of Yanbol, from which members of the original congregation came. Walk back to the shore road along the Golden Horn, turn left, and walk 500 meters to the Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital (also called the Balat Musevi Hastanesi), Demirhisar Caddesi, built in 1897. A 120-bed hospital attended mostly by Jewish physicians, it's located in the swath of parkland created in the mid-1980s to beautify the Golden Horn's banks. If you return to Eminönü along the shore of the Golden Horn, you pass the Bulgarian Orthodox Church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, on the left-hand side of the road, made entirely of cast iron
Yavuz Sultan Selim Mahallesi Camcı Çeşmesi Ykş, 34083 Istanbul, Türkiye
1 oda
20 m²
95
20.08.2018
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Translated by Google Translate Show original version. *Comfortable private room (one queen bed and one single bed) *Fully equpied kitchen, *Modern Heating system *Continental Breakfast, *Free Wi-Fi *Sea view terrace, *Washing Machine(free) *Near by main street and bus stop, *Lockable room *Near by the sea, *Near by Super Market *Three shower in the building, *Flexible check-in & check out dates 10 minutes to Taksim Square 15 minutes to Hagia Sophia, Sultan Ahmet, Grand Bazaar Description Balat is another of the Istanbul quarters in which Jews were settled after their expulsion from Spain, enlarging a community which had lived here since Byzantine times. Today Balat is a working-class district on the shores of the Golden Horn. Though it once had as many as nineteen synagogues, only two of importance remain, the famous Ahrida, and the neighboring Yanbol. The site of a Jewish school is close by, and Or Ahayim Jewish Hospital is several hundred meters to the northwest, within walking distance. Remember to make arrangements in advance with the Chief Rabbinate to visit these sites. Also in this district are the cast-iron Bulgarian Orthodox church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars, the Kariye Museum (Chora Church with Byzantine mosaics), the massive city walls, and the ruins of the Byzantinepalace known as Tekfur Saray. GETTING THERE Balat is on the southern shore of the Golden Horn, between the Atatürk and Fatih bridges. If you plan to visit the Kariye Museum with its 14th-century Byzantine mosaics, and the nearby Tekfur SarayByzantine palace, you may want to visit these places first, then walk one kilometer downhill to the Ahrida and Yanbol synagogues. Here are walking directions: facing the front door of the Kariye Museum, go to your left around the building on Kariye Türbesi Sokak and downhill to Sultan Çesme Caddesi, where you turn left. Follow Sultan Çesme Caddesi downhill; it changes names to become Kürkçü Çesmesi Sokak, and continues to the base of the slope, where it becomes Vodina Caddesi. Just past the intersection with Haci Isa Mektebi Sokak, on the right (south) side of Vodina Caddesi, is the Ahrida Synagogue.
Yavuz Sultan Selim Mahallesi Camcı Çeşmesi Yokuşu no:, 34083 İstanbul, Türkiye
1 oda
20 m²
95
21.08.2018
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Daire İstanbul Bakırköy Zuhuratbaba yer almakdatır Satılık Konut- 850,000 TL Krediye uygun 2+1 oda Satılık Daire Kombi (Doğalgaz) Metrobüse Yakın - Sahibinden Acil Kelepir yatırımlık ilanlar,Fiyatları 10279076 bakırköy incirli caddesi kırçiçeğikarşısında kat 4 işyerine bakırköy incirli caddesi kırçiçeğikarşısında kat 4 işyerine TL 850000 2+1 oda saray emlak Konut İstanbul Avrupa İstanbulda Avrupada İstanbulda Avrupada Bakırköy Bakırköyde Bakirkoyde Zuhuratbaba Zuhuratbabada Zuhuratbabada Satılık
İstanbul,Bakırköy,Zuhuratbaba
2 oda
90 m²
850.000
31.07.2018
Daha fazlamilliyetemlak.com
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Daire Tekirdağ Saray Yeni yer almakdatır Satılık Konut- 235,000 TL Krediye uygun 3+1 oda Satılık Daire Kalorifer (Kömür) Cadde üzerinde - Sahibinden Acil Kelepir yatırımlık ilanlar,Fiyatları 10211641 saray yeni.mah istanbul caddesi cepheli, uygun fiyatlı 3+1 daire saray yeni.mah istanbul caddesi cepheli, uygun fiyatlı 3+1 daire TL 235000 3+1 oda ayyıldız emlak Konut Tekirdağ Tekirdağda Tekirdagda Saray Sarayda Sarayda Satılık
Tekirdağ,Saray,Yeni
3 oda
120 m²
235.000
23.06.2018
Daha fazlamilliyetemlak.com
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icg istiklal caddesi gayrimenkul gerekli referanslar verildiği taktirde makul fiyat teklifleri değerlendirilecektir bir cephesi komple boğaz ve adalar manzarali diğer cephesi istiklal caddesi manzarali tamami açik alandan oluşan tek bölüm ofis ihtiyaçlariniza göre gerekli bölmeleri yapabilirsiniz hemen taşinmaya hazir 24 saat güvenlik görevlileri mevcuttur ayrica giriş çikişlar ve tüm katlar güvenlik kamerasi ile izlenmektedir 724 güvenlikli olup açiliş kapaniş saati yoktur beyoğlunda istiklal caddesi üzerinde tabela değeri çok yüksek ofisimiz 350 m2 loft kullanim alanina sahiptir kendine ait mutfak ve iki adet wc mevcuttur binada çift asansör mevcuttur binanin altinda ücretli kapali otopark mevcuttur konumu çok güzeldir merkezi yerlere ve toplu taşimalara yakindir mimarlik ofislerine reklam ajanslarina yazilim firmalarina e-ticaret firmalarina sosyal medya ajanslarina ve bir çok işletmeye uygundur birinci sinif malzeme ve işçilik kullanilmiştir uzun dönem kiralamalar yapilmaktadir beyazit istanbul üniversitesi beşiktaş bölgesinde bulunan üniversiteler bahçeşehir üniversitesi itü gümüşsuyu kampüsü ulaşim çok kolaydir ayrica turistik bölgelere saray burnuna boğaza birçok merkezi yere toplu taşima ile ulaşim çok kolaydir turgay öztürk 0532 730 79 77
İstanbul,Beyoğlu
1 oda
350 m²
23.000
18.12.2017
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