Beyoglu is a district of Istanbul located on its European side, separated from the historic centre of Istanbul by the Golden Horn. The district also includes the following neighborhoods: Galata, the medieval Genoese citadel from which Beyoglu itself originated, Karaköy, Cihangir, Sishane, Tepebasi, Tarlabasi, Dolapdere and Kasimpasa. It is connected to the historic centre by the Galata and Unkapani bridges. Beyoglu is the most active art, entertainment and night life centre of Istanbul. The Galata tower, built in 1348 by the Genoese, is located here.

01 Taksim square 02 Monument on Taksim square 03 Red tram on Taksim square 04 Doner Kebab restaurant in Istiklal avenue 05 Doner Kebab restaurant in Istiklal avenue
06 Doner Kebab restaurant in Istiklal avenue 07 Doner Kebab restaurant in Istiklal avenue 08 Doner Kebab restaurant in Istiklal avenue 09 Doner Kebab restaurant in Istiklal avenue 10 Galata tower 11 Galata tower 12 St Anthony of Padua cathedral
13 Istiklal avenue 14 Panoramic view of Beyoglu 15 Panoramic view of Beyoglu 16 Panoramic view of Beyoglu
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