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(Placename) a district of Istanbul, north of the Golden Horn: the European quarter. Former name: Pera


(ˈbeɪ əˌlu, ˌbeɪ əˈlu)

a modern section of Istanbul, Turkey, N of the Golden Horn. Formerly, Pera.
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This new performance of an old tune is the work of Beirut-based artist Haig Aivazian, collaborating with the Beyoglu Holy Trinity Armenian Church Choir.
ANKARA, Jan 4 (KUNA) -- Kenan Gurdal, Vice-President of the Beyoglu Syriac Meryem Ana Church Foundation in Turkey, said Sunday he would be gathering donations to build mosques for Muslims in appreciation of the Ankara government's allocation of a land lot for a church in Istanbul.
Among the recently announced routes are one from Beyoglu to Sisli district, Zincirlikuyu-Sar?
Palazzo Corpi is an Italianate villa constructed in the 1870s in the historic Beyoglu district of what was then the capital of the Ottoman Empire, Constantinople.
Kemankes Mahallesi, Ali Pasa Degirmeni Sokak 16-18 Beyoglu 34425 Istanbul
Exhibition: Pop art maestro Andy Warhol will be on display for the first time in Turkey through a show titled Pop Art for Everyone (Pera Museum, Mesrutiyet Caddesi 65, 34443 Tepebasi, Beyoglu, 212 334 99 00).
The Beyoglu is one of Istanbul's main business and entertainment hubs, and the best way to experience modern Istanbul is to sample its wild and hedonistic nightlife.
VISIT Founded on the Sarayburnu promontory around 660 BC as Byzantium, the city now known as Istanbul developed to become one of the most significant cities in history The city''s biggest draw remains its historic center, partially listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but its cultural and entertainment hub can be found across the city''s natural harbour, the Golden Horn, in the Beyoglu district.
The district on the hill above Galata was named Pera by the Greeks, meaning 'across the Golden Horn', and Beyoglu by the Turks.
The location in Beyoglu district is excellent for expoling the city.
TEHRAN (FNA)- As clashes continued in streets and back alleys of Istanbul's historic Beyoglu district, two amateur videos went viral on Turkish social media Saturday night, showing a man with a machete attacking protesters and pedestrians.
Through the difficult first half-century of the Turkish Republic and the 1950s and '60s that Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk has rightly described as "melancholy," Beyoglu struggled to maintain this role.