English: Istanbul


Munisipyo metropolitano
Munisipyo Metropolitano han Istanbul
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Clockwise from top: View of Golden Horn between Galata and Seraglio Point including the historic areas; Maiden's Tower; a nostalgic tram on İstiklal Avenue; Levent business district with Dolmabahçe Palace; Ortaköy Mosque in front of the Bosphorus Bridge; and Hagia Sophia.
 - Byzantiumc. 660 BC[lower-alpha 1]
 - Constantinople330 AD
 - Istanbul1930 (officially)[lower-alpha 2]
 • MayorKadir Topbaş (AKP)
 • Metro[lower-alpha 3]5,461 km2 (2,109 sq mi)
Molupyo (31 December 2015)[1][2][3]
 • Munisipyo metropolitano14,025,646
 • Ranggo1st in Turkey
6th in the world
(Mga) DemonimoIstanbulite(s)
(Turkish: İstanbullu(lar))
Zona hin orasEET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST)EEST (UTC+3)
Postal code34000 to 34850
(Mga) kodigo hin pagtawag0212 (European side)
0216 (Asian side)
Pagrehistro hin sarakyan34
WebsaytIstanbul Metropolitan Municipality

Istanbul (/ˌɪstænˈbʊl/ o /ˌɪstænˈbuːl/ o /ɪˈstænbʊl/; Tinurkiya: İstanbul [isˈtɑnbuɫ]), ha kasaysayan kilala gihapon komo Constantinople ngan Byzantium, amo an may gidadakoi nga populasyon nga syudad ha Turkey ngan han mao nga nasod sentro han ekonomiya, kultura ngan kasaysayan. An Istanbul usa nga transcontinental nga syudad ha Eurasia, namumutang ha may Estrecho han Bosphorus (nga nagbubulag han Europa ngan Asya) ha butnga han Dagat Marmara ngan Itom nga Dagat. An sentro han pankomersyohan ngan pankasaysayan in namumutang ha may Europeo nga dapit ngan (1/3) kat-tulo han iya populasyon in namumutang naman ha may Asyano nga bahin.[4] An syudad in sentro han pagdudumara han Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (nga cotermino han Lalawigan han Istanbul), kun diin may-ada populasyon nga 14.7 milyones nga molupyo.[1] An Istanbul in usa ha kanan kalibutan may pinakadamo nga tawo nga syudad ngan nagraranggo liwat hin kanan kalibutan ika-7 ha may pinakadamo nga molupyo ngan gidadakoi nga syudad han Europa.

syudad han Istanbul


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Turkey: Provinces and Major Cities". Citypopulation. 31 December 2014. Ginkuhà 26 June 2015. The population of the Turkish cities and provinces according to census results and latest register-based tabulations
  2. "All urban agglomerations of the world with a population of 1 million inhabitants or more". Citypopulation. 1 April 2015. Ginkuhà 26 June 2015.
  3. "The Results of Address Based Population Registration System, 2015". Turkish Statistical Institute. 31 December 2015. Ginkuhà 28 January 2016.
  4. WCTR Society; Unʼyu Seisaku Kenkyū Kikō 2004, p. 281


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Other Languages
Аҧсшәа: Асҭампыл
Acèh: Éseutamu
адыгабзэ: Истамбыл
Afrikaans: Istanboel
Akan: Istanbul
Alemannisch: Istanbul
አማርኛ: ኢስታንቡል
aragonés: Istambul
العربية: إسطنبول
অসমীয়া: ইষ্টানবুল
asturianu: Estambul
azərbaycanca: İstanbul
تۆرکجه: ایستانبول
башҡортса: Истанбул
Bali: Istanbul
Boarisch: Istanbul
žemaitėška: Stambols
беларуская: Стамбул
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Стамбул
български: Истанбул
भोजपुरी: इस्तांबुल
bamanankan: Istanbul
brezhoneg: Istanbul
bosanski: Istanbul
буряад: Истанбул
català: Istanbul
Mìng-dĕ̤ng-ngṳ̄: Istanbul
нохчийн: Истмала
Cebuano: Estambul
کوردی: ئەستەمبوڵ
qırımtatarca: İstanbul
čeština: Istanbul
kaszëbsczi: Sztambùl
словѣньскъ / ⰔⰎⰑⰂⰡⰐⰠⰔⰍⰟ: Цѣсар҄ь Градъ
Чӑвашла: Стамбул
Cymraeg: Istanbul
dansk: Istanbul
Deutsch: Istanbul
Zazaki: Estamol
dolnoserbski: Istanbul
डोटेली: इस्तानबुल
English: Istanbul
Esperanto: Istanbulo
español: Estambul
eesti: İstanbul
euskara: Istanbul
estremeñu: Estambul
فارسی: استانبول
suomi: Istanbul
Võro: Istanbul
Na Vosa Vakaviti: Istanbul
føroyskt: Istanbul
français: Istanbul
arpetan: Istanbul
Nordfriisk: Istanbul
furlan: Istanbul
Frysk: Istanbûl
Gaeilge: Iostanbúl
Gagauz: İstanbul
kriyòl gwiyannen: Istanbul
Gàidhlig: Istanbul
galego: Istambul
Gaelg: İstanbul
Hausa: Istanbul
客家語/Hak-kâ-ngî: Istanbul
עברית: איסטנבול
हिन्दी: इस्तांबुल
Fiji Hindi: Istanbul
hrvatski: Istanbul
hornjoserbsce: Istanbul
Kreyòl ayisyen: Istanboul
magyar: Isztambul
հայերեն: Ստամբուլ
Արեւմտահայերէն: Իսթանպուլ
interlingua: Istanbul
Bahasa Indonesia: Istanbul
Interlingue: Istanbul
Ilokano: Istanbul
ГӀалгӀай: Истмале
íslenska: Istanbúl
italiano: Istanbul
Patois: Istanbul
Jawa: Istanbul
ქართული: სტამბოლი
Qaraqalpaqsha: İstanbul
Taqbaylit: Istambul
Адыгэбзэ: Истамбыл
Kabɩyɛ: Isitambuli
Gĩkũyũ: İstanbul
қазақша: Ыстанбұл
kalaallisut: Istanbul
한국어: 이스탄불
къарачай-малкъар: Истанбул
kurdî: Stembol
kernowek: Istanbul
Кыргызча: Стамбул
Ladino: Estambol
Lëtzebuergesch: Istanbul
лакку: Истамбул
лезги: Истамбул
Lingua Franca Nova: Istanbul
Limburgs: Istanboel
lumbaart: Istanbul
lingála: Istanbul
لۊری شومالی: اْستانبول
lietuvių: Stambulas
latviešu: Stambula
मैथिली: इस्तानबुल
мокшень: Истанбул
Malagasy: Istanbul
олык марий: Стамбул
Minangkabau: Istanbul
македонски: Истанбул
മലയാളം: ഇസ്താംബുൾ
монгол: Стамбул
मराठी: इस्तंबूल
кырык мары: Стамбул
Bahasa Melayu: Istanbul
မြန်မာဘာသာ: အစ်စတန်ဘူလ်မြို့
эрзянь: Стамбул ош
مازِرونی: استامبول
Dorerin Naoero: Istanbul
Nedersaksies: Istanboel
नेपाली: इस्तानबुल
नेपाल भाषा: इस्तान्बुल
Nederlands: Istanboel
norsk nynorsk: Istanbul
norsk: Istanbul
Novial: Istanbul
Chi-Chewa: Istanbul
occitan: Istambol
Livvinkarjala: Istanbul
Ирон: Стамбул
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ: ਇਸਤਾਨਬੁਲ
Picard: Istamboul
Norfuk / Pitkern: Istanbul
polski: Stambuł
Piemontèis: Istanbul
پنجابی: استمبول
پښتو: استنبول
português: Istambul
Runa Simi: Istanbul
rumantsch: Istanbul
română: Istanbul
tarandíne: Istanbul
русский: Стамбул
русиньскый: Істанбул
Kinyarwanda: Istanbul
саха тыла: Истанбул
sardu: Istanbul
sicilianu: Istanbul
Scots: Istanbul
سنڌي: استنبول
davvisámegiella: Istanbul
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Istanbul
Simple English: Istanbul
slovenčina: Istanbul
slovenščina: Carigrad
Soomaaliga: Istanbuul
shqip: Stambolli
српски / srpski: Истанбул
svenska: Istanbul
Kiswahili: Istanbul
ślůnski: Stambuł
తెలుగు: ఇస్తాంబుల్
tetun: Istanbul
тоҷикӣ: Истанбул
Türkmençe: Stambul
Tagalog: Istanbul
Türkçe: İstanbul
татарча/tatarça: Истанбул
chiTumbuka: Istanbul
тыва дыл: Истaнбул
удмурт: Стамбул
ئۇيغۇرچە / Uyghurche: Istanbul
українська: Стамбул
اردو: استنبول
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Istanbul
vèneto: Istanbul
vepsän kel’: Stambul
Tiếng Việt: Istanbul
Volapük: İstanbul
მარგალური: სტამბოლი
ייִדיש: סטאמבול
Yorùbá: Istanbul
Zeêuws: Istanbul
中文: 伊斯坦堡
Bân-lâm-gú: İstanbul
粵語: 伊斯坦堡