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Istanbul is a harbor city in Turkey. As the largest city in this country, the population is about 12 million and the growth rate is about 33 per cent yearly.

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Istanbul Istanbul is a harbor city in Turkey. As the largest city in this country, the population is about 12 million and the growth rate is about 33 per cent yearly. Istanbul is located in North-west area in Turkey. South of the city is Marmara Sea and north of it is Black Sea. For its location, the climate is similar to oceanic climate. The temperature goes up to 30in summer and around 10 in winter. There are three categories to know more about this special city-history, economy and culture. ...read more.

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Istanbul is full of mysterious. Istanbul developed a lot in recent decades; it became the center of business and industry city. It is the largest harbor in Turkey. For its location, Istanbul lacks of materials. The import worth is more than its export worth up to 69.8billion dollars. As a major shipping port, there are a great number of ships come in and out of the harbor. The major manufactures are cotton, olive oil, tobacco, silk, gold and other things. ...read more.

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Istanbul Film Festival is famous in the world which attracts many actors and actress come to attend the festival. Formula one Event show up every year in Istanbul. These activities add a brilliant work on Istanbul's culture. Nightlife is also excellent. Bars and pubs offer live music show, bands performs and Turkish snacks and beer. Blue Mosque is the most famous Islanic site in the World. Fountain of Ahmet is a sculpture which was established by the king is also a sigh of the city. These attractions are worth to pay a visit. In conclusion, Istanbul is a historical, modern and adventurous city which worth to visit. ...read more.

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