The Ritz-Cartlton, Şişli/İstanbul- Turkey

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Esenyurt/İstanbul, Turkey


  • Administrative support
  • ATM
  • Balcony
  • Cafe
  • Car-parking
  • Garden
  • Gym
  • Investment properties
  • Kitchen
  • Lift
  • Luxury Property
  • Meeting rooms
  • Reception services
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool
  • TV Cable
  • Valet


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Water Park project with a variety of apartments in Esenyurt Istanbul.

project area: 26.810 m2

consists of 7 blocks and each block contain shops. a total of 1170 units.

The project contains Hotel, Hospital and a school.

only 1 minute to metro- bus and 20 minutes to Istanbul Airport.


  • Open & closed swimming pools
  • Fitness Centers
  • Spa center
  • steam room
  • Turkish bath
  • Sauna
  • Massage
  • Cinema
  • conference rooms
  • meeting rooms
  • Hairdresser
  • valet
  • 24/7 security
  • reception
  • closed car parking
  • children aqua park
  • shopping mall




The city was founded as Byzantium (Byzantion) in the 7th century BCE by Greek settlers from Megara. In 330 CE, the Roman emperor Constantine the Great made it his imperial capital, renaming it first as New Rome (Nova Roma) and then as Constantinople (Constantinopolis) after himself. The city grew in size and influence, eventually becoming a beacon of the Silk Road and one of the most important cities in history.

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8 current facts about Istanbul and Turkey - TOOISTANBUL, visit Istanbul, planning stay at Istanbul

The city served as an imperial capital for almost 1600 years: during the Roman/Byzantine (330–1204), Latin (1204–1261), late Byzantine (1261–1453), and Ottoman (1453–1922) empires. The city played a key role in the advancement of Christianity during Roman/Byzantine times, hosting four (including Chalcedon (Kadıköy) on the Asian side) of the first seven ecumenical councils (all of which were in present-day Turkey) before its transformation to an Islamic stronghold following the Fall of Constantinople in 1453 CE—especially after becoming the seat of the Ottoman Caliphate in 1517.-Home Office for Sale in Istanbul

In 1923, after the Turkish War of Independence, Ankara replaced the city as the capital of the newly formed Republic of Turkey. In 1930, the city’s name was officially changed to Istanbul, the Turkish rendering of εἰς τὴν Πόλιν (romanized: eis tḕn Pólin; to the City), the appellation Greek speakers used since the eleventh century to colloquially refer to the city.

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11 Surprising Facts about Istanbul- Property Turkey

Over 13.4 million foreign visitors came to Istanbul in 2018, eight years after it was named a European Capital of Culture, making it the world’s eighth most visited city. Istanbul is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and hosts the headquarters of numerous Turkish companies, accounting for more than thirty percent of the country’s economy(Home Office for Sale in Istanbul)

The first known name of the city is Byzantium (Greek: ΒυζάντιονByzántion), the name given to it at its foundation by Megarian colonists around 657 BCE. Megarian colonists claimed a direct line back to the founders of the city, Byzas, the son of the god Poseidon and the nymph Ceroëssa. Modern excavations have raised the possibility that the name Byzantium might reflect the sites of native Thracian settlements that preceded the fully fledged town.

Constantinople comes from the Latin name Constantinus, after Constantine the Great, the Roman emperor who refounded the city in 324 CE. Constantinople remained the most common name for the city in the West until the 1930s, when Turkish authorities began to press for the use of “Istanbul” in foreign languages. Ḳosṭanṭīnīye (Ottoman Turkish: قسطنطينيه) and İstanbul were the names used alternatively by the Ottomans during their rule.

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Istanbul has a borderline Mediterranean climate (Köppen Csa, Trewartha Cs), humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cfa, Trewartha Cf) and oceanic climate (Köppen Cfb, Trewartha Do) under both classifications. It experiences cool winters with frequent precipitation, and warm to hot (mean temperature peaking at 20 °C (68 °F) to 25 °C (77 °F) in August, depending on location), moderately dry summers. Spring and fall are usually mild, with varying conditions dependent on wind direction.-Home Office for Sale in Istanbul

Istanbul’s weather is strongly influenced by the Sea of Marmara to the south, and the Black Sea to the north. This moderates temperature swings and produces a mild temperate climate with low diurnal temperature variation. Consequently, Istanbul’s temperatures almost always oscillate between −5 °C (23 °F) and 32 °C (90 °F), and most of the city does not experience temperatures above 30 °C (86 °F) for more than 14 days a year. Another effect of Istanbul’s maritime position is its persistently high dew points, near-saturation morning humidity,and frequent fog, which also limits Istanbul’s sunshine hours to levels closer to Western Europe

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