Istanbul is the oldest settlement in the world. History goes back to 7000 B.C. In recent archaeological studies, antiquities belonging to the Neolithic or non-New Stone Age clichés have been found. The history of these territories is far from modern history. Istanbul is at least 9,000 years of human settlement, and that means it has 9,000 years of life experience.
Later, the Roman Empire took control of the city, and the great Constantine appointed Istanbul as a city on seven mountains. This famous Istanbul name was given because of the model of Rome, which was also built on seven hills. Many people in Istanbul are confused about the seven mountains. It is a big city and it does not have a flat geography, so there are many mountains in Istanbul. But these seven famous mountains were just located in an area called the historical peninsula. The peninsula is dominated by the walls of Constantino. And from the time Constantinople chose Istanbul for the imperial capital, the Roman Empire, the historical peninsula, was the center of Istanbul. The emperors of the Roman Empire saw the beauty and significance of the city. If you want to see what Constantine the Great sees, there are hotel rooms for sale in Istanbul.
The seven mountains of Istanbul have many religious buildings or monuments. The first mountain on which the first proper settlement was established was in 600 B.C. Sy. There is the Hagia Sisaya, the Blue Cathedral and the Tapa Palace. The second hill has the Grand Basra and the Constantine columns. On the third hill, the main buildings of the University of Istanbul and the Shilmani Mosque. On the hill is where Mosetta, a former chapel, can be found. On the Fifth Mountain, the Usushim Mosque is visible. Hills 6 and 7 have no specific historical monument. But it’s worth a visit and a glimpse around.
The seven historic peninsulas or mountains of Istanbul represent only a small part of the city. This area covers 9,000 years of human settlement. It served as the capital for the greatest empire of all time. And it is now serving Turkey as an educational, economic, tourism and social life center. If you are considering contributing to the 9,000-year history of hotel apartments for sale in Istanbul.