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Ranked #1 of 17 Sports in Istanbul
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Category: Sports Complexes
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Ranked #3 of 17 Sports in Istanbul
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Ranked #6 of 17 Sports in Istanbul
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Category: Sports Complexes
Owner description: Do it ! Team building & Outdoor Adventure has been in business since 2003 and although it's home is still in the heart of The... more » Owner description: Do it ! Team building & Outdoor Adventure has been in business since 2003 and although it's home is still in the heart of The Koprulu National park (Antalya-Turkey) it now has his office based in Istanbul. Do it ! was established in 2003 to provide outdoor and experiential activities for corporate clients, private groups and individuals. We continue to provide outstanding outdoor adventure and skills training. We work with an impressive range of corporate clients offering team challenges, team building events and corporate 'fun' days. .Our experienced team will work with you to design and plan your event or activity. Our aim is to provide an experience that exactly matches the needs or your team or organisation. « less
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Category: Religious Sites
Owner description: The Balat district, between Ayvansaray and Fener, was the most important Jewish settlement in istanbul during the 17th... more » Owner description: The Balat district, between Ayvansaray and Fener, was the most important Jewish settlement in istanbul during the 17th century. Some claim that its name derives from a Turkish rendering of the Greek "palation," or palace, owing to the presence of the nearby Blahernai (Vlaherna) palace. According to others, the name derives from the old, Western Anatolian city of "Piletos," from which many of the districts Roma population had migrated. « less
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