How many people live in Istanbul

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How many people live in Istanbul

How many people live in Istanbul

Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey. It is the fifth most crowded city in the world and the largest European city. Istanbul attracts Turkish people as well as tourists for Istanbul daily tour with its location – the Bosphorus Strait, the Marmara Sea, the Black Sea. It offers many possibilities for the people – to work there, to study, to make business.

The largest city in Turkey – Istanbul daily tour

From 1st January, 2014 the estimated population of Istanbul is 14,160,467. That makes it the fastest growing of the 78 largest metropolitans in the world.

Being Turkey’s economic, cultural and historical centre Istanbul immediately becomes an attractive point for the Turkish people from around the country. They go to Istanbl hoping to build their dreams there. And they add to the city being the most populous one.

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Boyana Waterfall Sightseeing Excursions

Boyana Waterfall Sightseeing Excursions

Sightseeing tour Sofia for nature lovers

Sightseeing tour Sofia takes you not only to beautiful historic and modern buildings in the city or shopping in any of its shopping malls or markets, because Sofia is not only that. Sofia is Vitosha Mountain as well. And Vitosha Mountain means beauty and numerous attractions. Boyana Waterfall is one of them and it is a very popular destination.

sightseeing tour sofiaDeffinitely, it is not one of the highest or even among the highest waterfalls but it is surely a good reason to have a great day in the nature. And it will make for an ideal day trip destination away from all the hustle and bustle of the city. It is the la

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Isperih Asparuh

Isperih Asparuh

Three clans are mentioned in the Name List. In addition to the glorious clan Dulo of the founders of the state, Avitohol and Isperih Asparuh, Vokil and Ugain are registered. The change of the ruling family is made by means of an election by the meeting of the eldermen of the aristocratic families (the boils). Because of this constitutional-monarchic reason, the Name List does not end with the last representative of a given dynasty; so the document becomes a general state record. They date the situating of the Bulgarian state in Europe, and more precisely in the Caucasus-Black Sea basin, to 165 AD but also transfer the origin and development of Bulgarian statehood as far back as the 1st millennium BC when its European pre-history contains anonymous, although powerful rulers. That is attested also by the seven-ray rosette medallion of rulers and priests, found in Pliska, the capital of Danube Bulgaria in the 7-9 ce

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