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Due to its proximity to the historical peninsula, Zeytinburnu, which rapidly grew from the 1940s, became a district in 1957, separating from Fatih. It is a small-sized but densely populated district that has recently become one of Istanbul's major transportation hubs. It is bordered by Fatih to the east; Eyüpsultan to the northeast; Bayrampaşa to the north; Esenler to the northwest; Güngören and Bakırköy to the west; and the Marmara Sea to the south.

Zeytinburnu is an important district for those who want to explore Istanbul's historical texture. The historical structures here have a history dating back to the Byzantine period. By visiting these historical sites, you can closely witness Istanbul's rich past and cultural transformation.

In addition, Zeytinburnu, with its wide coastal area, is also an ideal resting route for spending pleasant time by the sea.

The population of our Zeytinburnu district is 280,896.

Places to visit in Zeytinburnu

  1. Zeytinburnu Coastline

Zeytinburnu coastline offers a pleasant walking route along the way. Here, you can watch the beautiful views of the Istanbul Bosphorus, walk by the sea, or ride a bicycle on the bike path.

  1. İBB Topkapı Cultural Park

Topkapı Cultural Park spreads over a large area where you can enjoy the greenery. It includes walking paths, children's playgrounds, ornamental pools, a pond, a two-story parking lot, sports fields for activities, picnic areas, hundreds of plant species, and cafes. Open-air cinema events are organized in the summer. Additionally, the Takkeçi (Takiyeci) İbrahim Ağa Mosque, which adds historical value to the region, has been restored and incorporated into the cultural heritage.

  1. Panorama 1453 Historical Museum

With the distinction of being the world's first fully panoramic museum, Panorama 1453 Historical Museum is one of the important historical and cultural sites in Istanbul's Zeytinburnu district. Located within the Topkapı Cultural Park, this museum hosts a fascinating exhibition that visually narrates the events of the conquest of Istanbul in 1453.

  1. Takkeçi İbrahim Ağa Mosque

  2. Olivium Outlet Mall

  3. Balıklı Meryem Ana Greek Orthodox Monastery

  4. Balıklı Holy Spring

  5. Yedikule Fortress Museum (Yedikule Dungeons)

  6. Merkez Efendi Mosque and Tomb

  7. Historical Merkez Efendi Bath

  8. Zeytinburnu Medicinal Plants Garden

  9. Yenikapı Mevlevi Lodge