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Watch a documentary on Istanbul’s growing vinyl culture

Heading to classic records shops like Analog Kültür and Istanbul’s best flea markets, The Vinyl Factory also chats to a variety of Turkey’s best music

An Emergent Political Icon on the Landscape of İstanbul: The Palace of (In)Justice

 
For dissidents, Çağlayan serves as double signifier, referring both to the arbitrariness of judicial proceedings under the Erdoğan regime, and also to an emergent gathering space to express solidary with its victims
Istanbul by Bettany Hughes review – a colourful, life-filled history

Side by side … Istanbul’s Yeni Cami (‘new mosque’) in front of Hagia Sophia, a former cathedral. Photograph: Salvator Barki/Getty Images
Istanbul art fair and biennial join forces in bid to boost tourism in Turkey

In a bid to boost tourism and a flailing economy, Contemporary Istanbul art fair is moving its dates to September and is joining forces with the city’s

 

Istanbul Archaeological Museums

Istanbul Archaeological Museums: Istanbul Archaeological Museums – See 3514 traveller reviews, 2401 candid photos, and great deals for Istanbul,
 
There are 50,000 buildings in Istanbul that are at great risk of collapse, Turkish Environment Minister Mehmet Özhaseki has said, noting that the fate of the edifices had a bearing on the lives of upward of a million people

Two worlds collide in Istanbul

Home to more than fifteen million inhabitants, Istanbul houses nearly a quarter of Turkey’s total population. Not far from the city center, two neighboring

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