With 15 million people and a cosmopolitan structure known as one of most beautiful streets of istanbul with the architectural texture and protects the warm atmosphere, the beauty is kept alive. These cute streets, becoming more and more popular with each passing day, have a very captivating vision for both photography lovers and Istanbul lovers.
One of the most important connecting points connecting İstiklal Street to Karaköy is undoubtedly Galip Dede Street. This street which preserved its existence from the Genoese Colonial period to today is among the oldest streets of Istanbul today. On this steep, narrow slope, you can see impressive historic buildings, small shops and small cafés. Street has become the first address for those who want to buy musical instruments thanks to the musical instrument shops that opened in the back of each other in recent years.
This authentic street, known as Cezayir (Algeria) Street is located at the back of Galatasaray High School in İstiklal Street, after the renovations project at the beginning of 2000’s. The French Street, where entertainment lasts until the first rays of the morning, is one of the popular addresses of those who want to spend a pleasant day in Istanbul with art galleries, narrow streets decorated with wide staircases and colorful buildings.
Playing on the streets and echoing children’s voices, Balat is known as one of the few places in Istanbul that maintain neighborhood culture with its old houses and people with happy faces. If you are familiar with the photo frames you can get used to see the famous Merdivenli Yokus. The view created by old and colorful houses arranged side by side is quite impressive because of the slope that straddles the two stairways. Do not forget to wear comfortable shoes when you come to Balat, which offers a tempting atmosphere with a warm atmosphere and historic touch. Otherwise, walking around this area surrounded by steep inclines and stairs can turn into a maze. In 1988, this area was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Kuzguncuk neighborhood, Fethi Paşa Korusu, which preserves the most beautiful tones of green, is known as a historical place, a fragrant atmosphere where you will feel the slightest escalation of the Bosphorus and a wonderful place with warm neighborhood culture. Kuzguncuk, a district where many Jews, Muslims and Christians live together peacefully for many years, has become a region attracting attention of both domestic and foreign tourists in recent years. In this recognition of the street, the beauty and the natural atmosphere as well as the television series shot here are also great. Even the name of the street is inspired by the sequel of Perihan Abla, who was born well before the 90’s.
Serdar-ı Ekrem Street which is a famous name recognized by art and fashion world is a really fascinating place. Having traveled to this area, it has an atmosphere and an appearance that is impressive enough to think that ‘I wish it was a little longer.’ Most of the old houses, which are lined up on both sides of the road and waiting to be restored, are in the historical monumental status and they are also very nice frames for photographers.
When you visit these streets, which have managed to maintain the natural atmosphere of Istanbul, you can encounter the old Istanbul landscapes, which are always remembered.
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