Bosphorus closed, flights cancelled, schools closed, traffic density %90 last evening…
Forecast snowfall and cold weather have badly affected Istanbul’s rush-hour traffic, increasing the traffic density to up to 90 percent.
The number of foreign tourists visiting Istanbul declined to 9.2 million in 2016, a 26 percent decrease compared to the previous year, data from the
Hamid Dabashi with whom I had the honor to meet, had a good articles on İstanbul:
This attack is on the culture of tolerance, on the pluralism of Muslim countries that is represented in Istanbul.
Hansen, on a terrace in her Istanbul neighborhood. The author arrived in 2007, and the city was in a liberated, optimistic, even raucous mood
Electricity blackouts were still ongoing in Istanbul on Jan. 2, as officials say Turkey’s largest city and nearby provinces will continue to suffer from power outages on Jan. 3
Istanbul’s historic Yerebatan Cistern has been undergoing a restoration process, which is the most comprehensive one after 500 years. The columns, walking areas, entrance, exit sections and some other parts will be reorganized
Istanbul’s emergency services were completely full on the night of Jan. 4 due to a flu epidemic, according to Doğan News Agency.
Istanbul’s Bosphorus has been closed to all naval traffic early Jan. 7, due to a fog caused by heavy snowfall, the Directorate General of Coastal Safety said