Medical tourism in Turkey. Istanbul history and location:
Medical tourism in Turkey. Former capital of the Roman Empire (324-395), but also of the Byzantine Empire, Istanbul is known as Byzantine from the ancient Greek or after the year 330 AD under the name of Constantinople. By visiting Istanbul during your medical tourism in Turkey you will relax and you will have a wonderful holiday.
Istanbul is the largest urban concentration of Turkey and the only city in the world lying on two continents. Istanbul is Turkey’s economic capital and its main commercial and financial center. European part lies in the historical region of Thrace and the Asian part side lies in Anatolia. Istanbul was inscribed on the UNESCO heritage list in 1985. It has a population of approximately 18.8 million inhabitants (18% of Turkey’s population).
The road link between the European and Asian parts of the metropolis is done by two large suspended bridges, with 6 circulation lanes: Fatih Sultan Mehmed Bridge and Bosphorus Bridge .
Marmara Sea who washes the southern side of the old Costantinopol , it is an internal sea in Turkey (it is solely between Turkish territories).
Dominant religious community in Istanbul is Muslim (which belongs to 99% of the population).
Places to visit in Istanbul : Hagia Sophia Cathedral , Topkapi Palace, many beautiful mosques, Bosphorus Bridge, Galata bridge, countless ruins, Marmara Sea, Grand Bazaar, Basilica Cistern, Museum of Archeology, Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum, Galata Tower, Dolmabahce Palace and more.
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