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Yeşilköy

(jɛˈʃilˌkœi)
n
(Placename) the Turkish name for San Stefano

Ye•şil•köy

(ˌyɛʃ ilˈkɔɪ)

n.
a town in Turkey, near Istanbul. Formerly, San Stefano.
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Turkish Airlines is the national flag carrier airline of Turkey, headquartered at the Turkish Airlines General Management Building on the grounds of Ataturk Airport in Yesilkoy, Bak?
Davutoglu, in a meeting with non-Muslim minorities two days ago, announced allocation of land lot for the Syriac community to build their church in the Yesilkoy area in Istanbul.
Summary: Church is for country's tiny Syriac community and will be built in Istanbul suburb of Yesilkoy on shores of Sea of Marmara.
Throughout the summer we have to bring water in tankers from Yesilkoy (Ayios Andronikos) and Famagusta.
Istanbul Dunya Ticaret Merkezi, Idtm A2 Blok Kat: 6, NO 227, Yesilkoy, 34149 Istanbul Turkey.
Samatya (1890), Makrikoy (1901), Yesilkoy (1890), Kucukcekmece (1899, 1900), Hadimkoy (1901), Catalca (1907), Sinekli (1904, 1907), Kulelibugraz (1906), Edirne (1898).
From Istanbul International Ataturk Airport -- Yenikapi: Ataturk Airport is located in Yesilkoy, on the European side of Istanbul.
Ataturk International Airport, formerly known as Yesilkoy International Airport, is the major international airport in Istanbul, Turkey.
Plant materials were obtained from Antalya and Yesilkoy Agricultural Research Institute, Istanbul, Turkey.