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Atatürk - The bridge that connects two continents

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Atatürk - The bridge that connects two continents

Atatürk - The bridge that connects two continents

This MOSTPOINT bears its name in honor of the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. It is located on the Bosphorus Strait and connects Europe and Asia. In the North the Black Sea, in the South the Marmara Sea and at both ends Istanbul, a city that lives between two continents just as Atyrau (Kazakhstan) and Orenburg (Russia). It it 1,560 m / 5,118 ft long, 33 m / 108 ft wide and has a height of 64 m / 210 ft above sea level. At night, its LED lighting creates an amazing show.

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Istanbul is a city that you must visit once in your life at least. Not for nothing is it listed as one of the most beautiful in Europe. On the side of the old continent, wherever you go, you'll find real gems of world culture. As a sample it is enough to mention the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palaces or Dolmabahçe, Basilica Cistern, Grand Bazaar and the Galata Tower. On the Asian side you will find a completely different, less touristy and more residential city. Do not miss the view from the Camlica Hill, mosques, markets overflowing with fresh products at amazing prices and the seaside promenade, where you will get fabulous panoramic views of the European side of the city, with its numerous monuments and minarets.

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Pedestrians are not allowed on the Atatürk Bridge. You can cross it by car or MetroBuss, or opt for the ferry (Uskudar docks, Kadikoy and Kabatas). In the latter case, the trip takes about 20 minutes and it is well worth it for recreation with views of both sides. Just do not be surprised if you come across any oil tanker, as this is one of the most important international waterways in the world.

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