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Quarto inteiro em apartamento hospedado por Emre
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Regras da Casa
Este espaço não é adequado para crianças menores de 12 anos e o anfitrião não permite animais de estimação, festas ou fumo.
Tüm ev değil, tek kişilik oda olarak kiraya veriyorum.
Evde 1 adet tüysüz kedim bulunmaktadır.

Our house is only 10 minutes walk to the pier.

i rent a single room and private bathroom for you downstairs.
I have a sphynx cat

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TV a Cabo
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Adalar, Istambul, Turquia

Büyükada is last stop for ferries. It’s the largest of the nine islands and the center of the Adalar area. Büyükada became a home for wealthy families and the Turkish elites after 1.9.4.0s and many elaborate mansions and comfortable villas were constructed in here. After the 1.9.5.0s, as it happened to all the islands, Büyükada lost its Greek residents. Over the last decade, Büyükada has revived itself. Old Istanbul families returned to their summer homes, wealthy people renovated their old properties and academics, artists, writers and foreigners came to island to escape modern life.

Büyükada has two peaks; Isa Hill is on the north and Yücetepe is on the south. The Aya Yorgi Church sits on the top of the Yücetepe, the highest peak of the island. The hill is the site of a tradition every 2.3 of April when pilgrims make their way to Aya Yorgi Church. People usually bring hasps and colorful candles and when they arrive at the top, they tie yarn to the trees. Meanwhile people whose wish has already come true give sweets to others. Upon entering the church everyone lights a candle and they all join in prayer. Finally, they write their wishes on a piece of paper and put in a box before leaving the church.
The Hristov Monastery and Prinkipo Greek Orthodox Orphanage are the most visited sites of Büyükada and located on the Isa hill. If you like visiting religions buildings, the San Pacifico Latin Church, Paragia, Ayios Demetrios and Profitis Ilias are other churches. There is also a tabernacle, Hased Le Avraam, and a mosque, Hamideye Mosque, which built in 1.8.9.5 by Abdülhamid II.

Dilburnu, a famous picnic area, can be found on the west side of Büyükada. There are two coves beside Dilburnu; Nizam Cove in the North and Yörük Ali Cove, with a beach, in the South. Dilburnu is for day trip favorite so it is always very crowded on Sundays.

The history of Büyükada is tragic and intriguing at the same time. Many of the princes or empresses were exiled to this particular island. Büyükada was a miserable place for these people but for Leon Trotsky it was only sanctuary. Trotsky was a Marxist revolutionary and theorist, a Soviet politician, and the founder and first leader of the Red Army. Together with Lenin he dominated the Russian Revolution. After leading losing the struggle for power with Joseph Stalin in 1.9.2.0s, Trotsky was removed from power and expelled from the Communist Party. He was sent to Middle Asia in 1.9.2.7. After he came back to Soviet Union, he couldn’t stay for very long; in 1.9.2.9 he was deported to Büyükada from the Soviet Union for his first exile on the island, from 1.9.2.9-1.9.3.3. He led a calm life in Büyükada, he was allowed to publish his books so he wrote his autobiography and his “History of Russian Revolution” in his villa on the hillside of Büyükada.

Although he was trying to have a calm life, he broke down after he received some bad news. First, his Soviet citizenship was taken away in 1.9.3.2 and then his daughter was forced to suicide in Berlin under the regime of Adolf Hitler. He couldn’t stay in Istanbul so he moved to France. His exile ended with his death in Covocan, Mexico. A Stalinist agent wounded Trotsky in the head with an ice pick in his house. He passed away in the hospital a day later. His house in Büyükada is private property and unfortunately is not open to visitors like other famous Turkish residences. You can still have a look at the outside, the address is Çankaya Caddesi No: 55.

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I have been living in istanbul for fifteen years. I am a financial consultant. I love to recognize new cultures and new people
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Regras da casa
Check-in: 19:00 - 00:00
Checkout: 15:00
Não é adequado para crianças ou bebês
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Não permite animais de estimação
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