Beyoglu


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Beyoğlu

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

Bey•og•lu

(ˈbeɪ əˌlu, ˌbeɪ əˈlu)

n.
a modern section of Istanbul, Turkey, N of the Golden Horn. Formerly, Pera.
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Turkey will not overlook cross-border rockets fired by PYD/PKK from Syria," Yildirim said at a meeting organized by Beyoglu Municipality in Istanbul.
Methods: Data from all hospitals affiliated with the Beyoglu Public Hospitals Union were obtained between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015.
Authorities either banned or cancelled public New Year's Eve celebrations in the central Istanbul districts of Beyoglu, Sisli and Besiktas due to security concerns, officials and media said.
All the neighbouring businesses are feeling the strain,"says Abdullah, the owner of a small garment stop in Istanbul's Beyoglu district.
This retrospective study included 45 eyes of 35 patients who underwent SMILE in the Refractive Surgery unit of the Beyoglu Eye Research and Training Hospital between 2011 and 2013.
A large number of distinguished guests including Deputy Governor Istanbul, Mayor of Beyoglu, Mayor of Besiktas, members of the Diplomatic Corps, Turkish businessmen and Pakistan community attended the event.
has completed the disposal of the office units on the fifth floor of the Nils Passaj property in Beyoglu, Istanbul, for a cash consideration of USD 85,000 (including VAT), the company said.
amp;nbsp;A synagogue in Istanbul's Beyoglu district that houses a community center and a school is considered particularly vulnerable to attack, officials said.
The most likely target is thought to be the synagogue in Beyoglu, Istanbul, which has a school attached to it.
Amman, March 19 (Petra)--A suicide bomb blast hit Istiklal Street in the Beyoglu district in the Turkish city of Istanbul on Saturday, killing 5 people and injuring 20 others on Saturday, according to the Turkish Anadolu Agency.
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.
Durmus Ceylan, from Beyoglu in Istanbul, said he had voted MHP in the last two elections.