ایستانبول (آنادوْلو تۆرکجه‌سی‌جه: İstanbul) – تورکیه‌نین ان بؤیوک شهری دیر. دنیز بندری اولان بۇ شهر، اؤلکه‌نین صنایع-تیجارت و مدنیّت مرکزی دیر. روم و بیزانس ایمپریالارینین و عثمانلی ایمپریاسی‌نین پایتاختلاری اوْلموشدور. یونان قایناقلاریندا بیزانتیون، روس منبعلرینده تسارقراد، شرقی روما ایمپریاسی دؤورونده کونستانتینوپول آدلاندیریلمیشدیر. بوسفور بوغازینین ساحیللرینده و افسانه‌لره گؤره یئددی تپه اوزرینده قورولموشدور.

ایستانبول

İstanbul
Aerial overview
Hagia Sophia
Maiden's Tower
Ortaköy Mosque
İstiklal Avenue
Galata Tower
Levent at night
ساعات دولانیشی ایله اوستدن: بوسفور کورپوسو اوروپا و آیانی بیر بیرینه باغلایر؛ میدان بورجو؛ بیر نوستالژی تراموا ایستیقلال جاده‌سینده؛ لئوئنت تیجارت منطقه‌سی: قالاتا بورجو؛ اورتاکوی مسجیدی بوسفور کورپوسونون قاباقیندا؛ و ایاصوفیا.
Official logo of ایستانبول
Emblem of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality
Turkey, with Istanbul pinpointed at the northwest along a thin strip of land bounded by water
Turkey, with Istanbul pinpointed at the northwest along a thin strip of land bounded by water
ایستانبول
Location within Turkey
Turkey, with Istanbul pinpointed at the northwest along a thin strip of land bounded by water
Turkey, with Istanbul pinpointed at the northwest along a thin strip of land bounded by water
ایستانبول
Location within Europe
Turkey, with Istanbul pinpointed at the northwest along a thin strip of land bounded by water
Turkey, with Istanbul pinpointed at the northwest along a thin strip of land bounded by water
ایستانبول
Location within Asia
موختصات: 41°00′49″N 28°57′18″E / 41.01361°N 28.95500°E / 41.01361; 28.95500موختصات: 41°00′49″N 28°57′18″E / 41.01361°N 28.95500°E / 41.01361; 28.95500
Countryتورکیه
تورکیه جومهوریتی‌نين جوغرافی بؤلگه‌لریمرمره بؤلگه‌سی
تورکیه اوستانلاریایستانبول
Provincial seat[lower-alpha ۱]Cağaloğlu, Fatih
Districts۳۹
دؤولت
 • نوعMayor–council government
 • اورقانیMunicipal Council of Istanbul
 • بلدیه باشچی‌سیاکرم ایمام‌اوغلو (CHP)
 • والیAli Yerlikaya
اراضی
 • Urban
۲٬۵۷۶٫۸۵ km2 (۹۹۴٫۹۳ sq mi)
 • مئترو
۵٬۳۴۳٫۲۲ km2 (۲٬۰۶۳٫۰۳ sq mi)
ائن اوجا یئری۵۳۷ m (۱٬۷۶۲ ft)
جمعیت
 (31 December 2020)[۴]
 • بویوک شهر
Metropolitan municipality
۱۵٬۴۶۲٬۴۵۲
 • درجه‌سیتورکیه شهرلرینین سیاهه‌سی
 • شهر
۱۵٬۱۴۹٬۳۵۸
 • شهر سیخلیقی۵٬۸۷۹/km2 (۱۵٬۲۳۰/sq mi)
 • مئترو سیخلیقی۲٬۸۹۴/km2 (۷٬۵۰۰/sq mi)
موستعار آد(لار)Istanbulite
(آنادوْلو تۆرکجه‌سی‌جه: İstanbullu)
ساعات قورشاقییوتی‌سی +3 (TRT)
Postal code
34000 to 34990
Area code(s)+90 212 (European side)
+90 216 (Asian side)
Vehicle registration34
GDP (Nominal)2019[۵]
 - Totalآمریکا دولاری 237 billion
 - Per capitaآمریکا دولاری 15,285
اینسان اینکیشافی ایندکسی (2019)0.846[۶] (very high) · 1st
GeoTLD.ist, .istanbul
وئب سایتibb.istanbul
www.istanbul.gov.tr
UNESCO World Heritage Site
رسمی آدیHistoric Areas of Istanbul
نوعمدنیت: (i)(ii)(iii)(iv)
قایناقلار356bis
ثبت1985 (9جی Session)
گسترش2017
مساحت۷۶۵٫۵ ha (۱٬۸۹۲ acre)

آلمانین اِسِن و ماجاریستانین پِچ شهرلری ایله بیرگه ایستانبول ۲۰۱۰-جو ایلده اوروپانین مدنیّت پایتاختلاریندان بیری اعلان ائدیلمیشدیر.

نوتلاردَییشدیر

  1. Where governor's office is located.

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  1. YETKİ ALANI. Istanbul Buyuksehir Belediyesi.
  2. İstanbul Province = 5,460.85 km²
    Land area = 5,343.22 km²
    Lake/Dam = 117.63 km²
    Europe (25 districts) = 3,474.35 km²
    Asia (14 districts) = 1,868.87 km²
    Urban (36 districts) = 2,576.85 km² [Metro (39 districts) – (Çatalca+Silivri+Şile)]
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خاریجی لینکلردَییشدیر

شابلون:Istanbul

  1. December 2013 address-based calculation of the Turkish Statistical Institute as presented by citypopulation.de.