Beykoz

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Beykoz, which was part of Üsküdar until 1930, became a separate district that year. In Beykoz, which has rapidly grown with internal migration, it is observed that settlements are generally concentrated along the Bosphorus shores today. Hosting many villages in its interior areas, Beykoz is bordered by the Black Sea to the north; Şile to the east; Çekmeköy, Ümraniye, and Üsküdar to the south; and the Bosphorus to the west.

Located on the Anatolian side, Beykoz is one of Istanbul's special areas with its seaside location, historical neighborhoods, natural beauty, clean air, and distance from the crowds. Known for its historical buildings with high historical texture, Beykoz offers its residents the opportunity to live with unique views. The district, which also has developed social amenities and transportation facilities, promises its residents an isolated life with its peaceful nature.

Anadolu Hisarı, located on the shores of the Bosphorus, with its historical mansions, natural beauty, and views, is a symbol of tranquility. The Anadolu Hisarı Fortress, with its panoramic view of Istanbul, is one of the city's most touristy spots.

Kanlıca, a neighbor of Anadolu Hisarı, is also among the historical neighborhoods. The historical mansions, Mihriban Grove, and Hidiv Pavilion located on Kanlıca hill are among the important structures of the region. Those who want to try the pure Kanlıca yogurt can visit here on weekends.

Surrounded by the blue of the Bosphorus and wide green areas, Anadolu Kavağı, Göksu, which smells of history with its old mansions, and Çubuklu and Paşabahçe, which enchant with their views, are also among the neighborhoods with high historical texture in the district.

Residents of Beykoz can easily benefit from the education and health services they need. In addition to primary and high schools and colleges spread throughout the district, Beykoz University is also located within the borders of the region, resulting in a high young population in this area. The generally peaceful nature of the district is enlivened by this young population. The district, where access to health services is quick and easy, has many private hospitals and medical centers. Especially in emergencies, it is possible to reach these institutions quickly.

With a well-developed transportation network, it is possible to go to the central districts of Istanbul using the bus and minibus lines from the district. Additionally, these public transportation vehicles can be used for transportation within Beykoz.

Transition from Beykoz on the Anatolian side to the European side is also very fast and easy. It is possible to cross to the other side in a short time using both the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge and the ferry piers.

The population of the Beykoz district is 245,647.