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Triplex 4 bedroom 1 living room Detached house .

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4 bedrooms
1 bathroom
7 guests
3 nights minimum
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Triplex 4 bedroom 1 lounge Detached house . Üsküdar; In the heart of the city .Triplex 150 M2 4 bedroom house with 1 living room. Only 150 meters to Marmaray Metro; Uskudar pier 250 meters; 3-4 minutes walk to all transportation vehicles. The Maiden tower is only 5-6minutes on foot. The layout of the house: 1st Floor: Kitchen + WC + Living room. 2nd Floor: Single Bedroom + Bathroom + Double Bedroom(2 Single bed) 3rd Floor: Single Bedroom +Big Bedroom(2 Single Bed+Sofa Bed) Chrysopolis Üsküdar was founded in the 7th century BC by anc...Triplex 4 bedroom 1 lounge Detached house . Üsküdar; In the heart of the city .Triplex 150 M2 4 bedroom house with 1 living room. Only 150 meters to Marmaray Metro; Uskudar pier 250 meters; 3-4 minutes walk to all transportation vehicles. The Maiden tower is only 5-6minutes on foot. The layout of the house: 1st Floor: Kitchen + WC + Living room. 2nd Floor: Single Bedroom + Bathroom + Double Bedroom(2 Single bed) 3rd Floor: Single Bedroom +Big Bedroom(2 Single Bed+Sofa Bed) Chrysopolis Üsküdar was founded in the 7th century BC by ancient Greek colonists from Megara as Chrysopolis (Greek: Χρυσόπολις, 'golden city'), a few decades before Byzantium was founded on the opposite shore.[4] According to an ancient Greek geographer, the city received the name Chrysopolis because the Persian empire had a gold depository there or because it was associated with Agamemnon and Chryseis' son, Chryses.[5] On the other hand, according to an 18th-century writer, it received the name because of the excellence of its harbor.[6] The city was used as a harbor and shipyard and was an important staging post in the wars between the Greeks and Persians. In 410 BC Chrysopolis was taken by the Athenian general Alcibiades, and the Athenians used it thenceforth to charge a toll on ships coming from and going to the Black Sea.[5] Long overshadowed by its neighbor Chalcedon during the Hellenistic and Roman period, it maintained its identity and increased its prosperity until it surpassed Chalcedon.[4] Due to its less favorable location with respect to the currents of the Bosporus, however, it never surpassed Byzantium.[4] Central Üsküdar on a snowy day, with Mihrimah Sultan Mosque in the background As of 2006, the central square is being dug up for a tunnel under the Bosphorus which will carry an underground railway. However, this is predictably continuously running into artifacts of great archaeological value. The area behind the ferry dock is a busy shopping district, with many restaurants (including the well-known Kanaat Lokantası serving Ottoman cuisine, olive oil-based dishes, and ice cream) and a number of important Ottoman mosques (see section below). However, there are relatively few cafes, cinemas, billiard halls, and places for youth to congregate.[citation needed] The private Üsküdar University, founded by the Human Values and Mental Health Foundation, has a campus here. Uskudar has two public libraries: Şemsi Pasha Mosque Public Library (built in 1953) and Selimiye Public Library. Neighborhoods Sultan Ahmet III Fountain in Üsküdar square Üsküdar is a municipality within borders of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (büyükşehir). The municipality is subdivided into neighborhoods (mahalleler). The boundaries and names of the official neighborhoods change from time to time and sometimes do not correspond to historically recognized neighborhoods or to residents' own perceptions. The most prominent neighborhood is Üsküdar's historic center (merkez), centered on the ferry docks and roughly corresponding to the current Mimar Sinan neighborhood (former Selmanağa, Tembel Hacı Mehmet, and İnkılap neighborhoods). This area includes large historic mosques, many businesses and markets, and is a transportation hub. More
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Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:100%
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Listed Since:April 2008
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Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
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The district of Üsküdar is one of Istanbul's oldest-established residential areas. It is directly opposite the old city of Eminönü and transport across the Bosphorus is easy by boat or bridge. So there are well-established communities here, many retired people, and many residents commute to the European side for work or school (being cheap and central Üsküdar has a large student population). During the rush-hour, the waterfront is bustling with people running from ferryboats and motorboats onto buses and minibuses. Üsküdar also has the smell of the sea, the sound of foghorns, motorboats and seagulls and one of the best views of the city. Central Üsküdar on a snowy day, with Mihrimah Sultan Mosque in the background As of 2006, the central square is being dug up for a tunnel under the Bosp...
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Nearest Beach: 0.1 km
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