They took her to Crimea, where she was put on a boat to Istanbul.
When he walked into an Istanbul restaurant Monday evening, he was instantly photographed by a friend.
If you ever doubt that, remember this: they staged massive protests over a park in Istanbul.
Diplomats said Jalili did not “relentlessly” call for sanctions to be lifted, as he had in Istanbul.
Go: Regular flights available from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Vienna, Dusseldorf, and Frankfurt.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the protests in Istanbul, a city of 20 million people, are still going strong.
We drove for what felt like forever to a sort of dilapidated commercial part of Istanbul on the Asian side of the city.
Her three grandchildren, Faruk, Nilgün, and Metin, visit her mansion in a town near Istanbul, her “silent house.”
Negotiations should avoid “the experience of Istanbul,” where negotiations failed in January 2011 due to a lack of give and take.
The most traveled and most famous is that from Belgrade to Istanbul.
Turkish name of Constantinople, a corruption of Greek phrase eis tan (ten) polin "into the city," which is how the local Greek population referred to it. Picked up in Turkish 16c., though Turkish folk etymology traces the name to Islam bol "plenty of Islam." Greek polis "city" has been adopted into Turkish as a place-name suffix as -bolu.
Note: Formerly called Byzantium, then Constantinople, the city was the capital consecutively of the eastern branch of the Roman Empire, of the Byzantine Empire, and of the Ottoman Empire.
Note: It is the seat of the Eastern Orthodox Church.