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When one catches wind of Istanbul, one of the main considerations that go to our psyches is its history, colossal mosques, bazaars and obviously old avenues that contains probably the best spots to encounter true Turkish sustenance. The baklava, a customary Turkish treat, has its birthplaces around Istanbul! The city, much the same as Turkey, vets in it a long, dynamic past behind it. Some time ago known as Byzantium or Constantinopleduring the time when Christian heads governed, the city wound up advanced Istanbul just during the 1300s while attacking Turkic clans made Constantinople their home and the seat of intensity for the up and coming Ottoman domain that ruled nearly the entire of Middle East, Balkans, the distance south to the horn of Africa. As the Ottoman domain extended, so did the city. Turkish clans, who in their initial days were migrant clans of Eurasia, before long attacked the declining Byzantium and after an effective battle, Mehmet II, a standout amongst the most compelling of the Ottoman sultans effectively took Constantinople and changed it into an Islamic focus of workmanship, writing and obviously, the capital of the Ottoman domain that would continue growing in the following two centuries.