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Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality
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Clockwise from top: View of Golden Horn between Galata and Seraglio Point including the historic areas; Maiden's Tower; a nostalgic tram on İstiklal Avenue; Levent business district with Dolmabahçe Palace; Ortaköy Mosque in front of the Bosphorus Bridge; and Hagia Sophia.
Turkey, with Istanbul pinpointed at the northwest along a thin strip of land bounded by water
Location in Turkey
Coordinates: 41°00′49″N 28°57′18″E / 41.01361°N 28.95500°E / 41.01361; 28.95500
Country Turkey
Region Marmara
Province Istanbul
 - Byzantium c. 660 BC[lower-alpha 1]
 - Constantinople 330 AD
 - Istanbul 1930 (officially)[lower-alpha 2]
Districts 39
 • Mayor Kadir Topbaş (AKP)
 • Metro[lower-alpha 3] 5,461 km2 (2,109 sq mi)
Populasyon (2013)
 • Metropolitan municipality 14,160,467
 • Rank 1st in Turkey
6th in the world
Demonym Istanbulite(s)
(Turkish: İstanbullu(lar))
Sona hin oras EET (UTC+2)
 • Katsirak (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal code 34000 to 34850
Area code(s) 0212 (European side)
0216 (Asian side)
Vehicle registration 34
Website Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality

An Istanbul amo an kapital han lalawigan han Sakarya ha nasod han Turkeya. Istanbul an pinakadako na syudad ha Turkey. May'ada ini populasyon na 14.1 milton katawo.

syudad han Istanbul

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