Çakmeköy in Istanbul ..natural and residential advantages


Çekmekoy in Istanbul , Asia, extends since 1994.

it has been part of the Ümraniye municipality.

but it was separated by government decision No. 5747

issued on March 22, 2008 and published in the Turkish Official Gazette.

General location:

  • Çakmeköy area is located in Istanbul, Asia, specifically.
  • on the banks of the Black Sea and is surrounded by:
  • Beykoz to the west
  • Şile east
  • Üsküdar, Ümraniye and Kadıköy in the northwest
  • Pendik, Sancaktepe and Kartal to the south.

موقع تشكمي كوي

Nature and climate:

  • Çakmeköy is surrounded by vast forests on all sides.
  • giving it a natural atmosphere full of pure oxygen.
  • moderate atmosphere, and a wonderful climate.
  • Çakmekoy is only 100 meters above sea level.
  • has an area of ​​8 km2, and has a population of 183,000 people.
  • It is characterized by a distinct Black Sea climate.
  • hot and dry in the summer and cold and rainy in the winter.
  • The hottest summer month is June and the coldest is January.
  • The Çekmekoy area is described.
  • as a natural oxygen reservoir in Istanbul.
  • It was an area of ​​forests and farms during.
  • the Byzantine rule. It includes the “basin” area, which is.
  • one of the most important natural areas in Istanbul and Turkey.
  • and the best spring water was found there in Istanbul.
  • The basin area contains a beautiful mosaic of natural habitats.
  • as well as oak woodlands, heathlands, farmlands and wetlands.
  • One of the most important features of Çakmeköy.
  • is that it includes the largest desert lands in the eastern.
  • Mediterranean and Eastern Europe, and the grass found there.
  • is one of the rarest habitats in the world and also.
  • contains plants, birds, insects, reptiles and amphibians.

Çekmekoy in Istanbul

The most important areas and neighborhoods:

Çakmekoy district consists of 17 region

and districts, the most important of which are:

  • Alemdağ
  • Aydınlar
  • Çamlık
  • Çatalmeşe
  • Cumhuriyet Republics
  • Ekşioğlu
  • Güngören
  • Hamidiye,
  • Kirazlıdere,
  • Mehmet Akif,
  • Merkez, Mimar Sinan,
  • Nişantepe,
  • Ömerli
  • Soğukpınar

Why is Çakmeköy in Istanbul given this name?

  • The encyclopedia “Istanbul between the past and the present”.
  • stated that the reason for naming Çekmekoy goes back.
  • to seven brothers who established the region during.
  • the rule of the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror.
  • After that, bandits attacked them and managed to kill six of them.
  • The only survivor was called çekme tetiğ
  • “The area will then be called Çakmeköy.”
  • There is another common saying today about the name.
  • that it is due to the fact that the people came.
  • to it from a Turkish village called “Evlád-ı Fâtih”.
  • which is a very old village.

Çekmekoy in Istanbul

Who are the residents of the Çakmekoy district in Istanbul?

  • In the past, the population was both Muslims and Armenians.
  • During the rule of Sultan Mahmud, specifically in the year 1832.
  • only Muslims were registered in the Directorate.
  • of Civil Affairs in Çekmekoy. In 1858.
  • when Sultan Abdul Majid came to rule the Ottoman Empire.
  • Armenians were added as indigenous residents of Çekmekoy.
  • After the announcement of the establishment of.
  • the Turkish Republic in 1923 and until today.
  • Çekmeköy includes Turks, Arabs, Kurds, Armenians, and foreigners.

Public services in the Çekmeköy area of ​​Istanbul:

There are many schools and universities in Çekmekoy, including:

  • Özyeğin University
  • İELEV Özel 125.Yıl İlkokulu
  • Utopia Private Schools
  • Akçaağaç Anaokulu|

Çekmekoy also includes a network of buses.

and means of transportation that facilitate access to metro.

and Metrobus stations near the area, such as:

  • Altunizade Metrobus Alemdağ – Altunizade Metrobus
  • Veysel Karani – Altunizade Metrobus
  • 14S Kozyatağı Metro – Sultanbeyli
  • 14T Taşdelen – Kozyatağı Metro
  • 522N Nişantepe – 4.Levent Metro

Shopping and entertainment:

  • In addition to the charming nature.
  • Çekmeköy hosts a natural outdoor healing center.
  • and was a destination for Turkish and foreign statesmen.
  • and officials, in addition to the Ottoman sultans, poets.
  • writers of stories, novels, memoirs.
  • and painters who frequent the region.
  • from time to time to immortalize natural images.
  • in a painting of bright colors. Several gardens and parks such as:
  • Acacia Garden.
  • Park 142 railways.
  • Al-Aqsa Mosque Park.
  • Axhamstein Park.
  • Alemdağ Natural Facilities Park.
  • Alemdağ

Other recreational activities are:

  • Annual Çakmekoy Children’s Festival.
  • Swimming courses for children.
  • Summer sports courses.
  • National events, exhibitions and events.
  • Open air cinema.
  • Car cinema.
  • Çakmeköy International Short Film Competition.
  • Luna Park amusement park.
  • Metro Garden Mall Shopping Center.
  • Boyacá Shopping Centre.

Çekmekoy in Istanbul


غابات تشكمي كوي

Advantages of living and investing:

  • Living in a quiet area on the Asian continent of Istanbul.
  • away from the noise of the city.
  • Living near the Black Sea coast and entertainment venues.
  • Çakmeköy combines the green of.
  • the trees and the blue of the sea.
  • Çekmekoy offers several modern residential complexes.
  • in addition to luxury villas with natural views.
  • of the sea and forests.
  • Although Çekmeköy is a forested and coastal area.
  • it is not far from health, medical and educational institutions.
  • Çekmeköy is one of the closest Asian areas.
  • of Istanbul to Sabiha Gökçen Airport.
  • Easy transportation to and from all areas of Istanbul.
  • both European and Asian
  • It provides many residential and investment options.
  • for residential and commercial complexes and.
  • many spaces and styles that achieve the goals.
  • of real estate ownership in Turkey.
  • Proximity to the city’s E-5 and E-80 highway.
  • lines and public transportation networks.
  • Çekmeköy is close to the Bosphorus Strait.
  • and its third bridge is the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge.


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