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Beylikdüzü in Istanbul

Beylikdüzü is an area on the western European side of Istanbul. Located north of Marmara Sea. The area was named “Garden” in the Ottoman period. Its modern name means “Belek Plains.” Beylikdüzü is a modern area and its popularity has increased significantly over the last few years. The region has become a hot spot for residential and commercial investments. Beylikdüzü attracts the middle class, due to its excellent location and good infrastructure, resulting in the massive construction of new luxury buildings and projects. A recent municipal survey showed that more than 24% of Beylikdüzü residents hold university degrees.

Beylikdüzü in Istanbul 2017

Beylikdüzü is one of the most cosmopolitan areas of Istanbul. Its proximity to the main airport, the main exhibition center, coastal resorts, and reasonable values of buying and renting real estate makes them attractive for investment.

Beylikdüzü in Istanbul 2017

Beylikdüzü is comparable to European cities in the percentage of green space per person.

Beylikdüzü in Istanbul 2017

Beylikdüzü has the highest rapid increase in the value of land and real estate in Turkey, making investment attractive.

Beylikdüzü is one of the most beautiful cultural and urban beauties in the state of Istanbul. It is characterized by a beautiful administrative organization with wide streets, plants and trees scattered around it. Which is one of the preferred areas of the population of Istanbul, because of the diversity and diversity of its continuity and conformity with European standards and standards, after the implementation of luxury housing projects recently.

The ancient Beylikdüzü  dates back to the 7th century BC, and many civilizations and people have migrated, the first of which is the Hellenites. After the Ottoman conquest, there remained an agricultural area and a place to spend the summer holidays, and this area never hosted any camps for the Ottoman or Byzantine armies.

After the Turkish War of Liberation and the swap with the Greeks, Belek Dozo became the home of the Turks and remained a long-time city of Çatalca until it became an independent city in 2008.

Places to visit in Beylikdüzü :

  1. Palace of Sultan Suleiman:Or Al-Khan Al-Rasasi, which is one of the most important historical monuments that show the originality and originality of Ottoman architecture. It is called bullet-proof because its roof is made of original lead.
  2.  Büyükçekmece Menzil Külliyesi:This building was built specifically for the Balkan campaigns in the sixteenth century in the area of Buyküçekmece, by order of Sultan Sulaiman al-Qanuni and the great sultan Sukluku Pasha. In 1998, it was renovated and rehabilitated and renamed the Kültür Parkı Culture Park.
  3. Büyükçekmece Bridge :This great edifice surprises everyone who visits it, even architects around the world, and was designed by architect Sinan by order of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in 1566.
  4.  Fatih Camii: Is a mosque located in the district of Fatih Büyükçekmece , and is believed to have been established in the seventeenth century.
  5. Büyükçekmece Kordon Boyu: Büyükçekmece Kordun Buyu is known as the longest car-free coastline in Istanbul, one kilometer long, and the opportunity is available for those wishing to swim, where there are saviors and gendarmes to save anyone.
  6. Valley Park: (YAŞAM VADİSİ): The park is the best choice for the weekend, with an area of 250 dunums, of which 4100 m2 are water lakes and waterfalls, 114 trees, 62,000 diverse flowers, 3.6 km walking and jogging paths, and many playgrounds for football and football. children.
  7. Shopping in Beylikdüzü:The Belek Dozzo area has many shopping centers, such as Carrefour, Migros and other places.
  8. TÜYAP Convention and Exhibition Center: The center was established in 1979 in the Büyükçekmece. The center has been hosting activities since 1996, such as trade fairs, book fairs and cars.

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