Istanbul port map
Map of istanbul port. Istanbul port map (Turkey) to print. Istanbul port map (Turkey) to download. Istanbul main cargo port, the Port of Haydarpaşa, is Turkey third-largest, with an annual cargo capacity of 5.9 million tonnes. As a result, proposals have been made to build a canal, known as Canal Istanbul, parallel to the Bosphorus, on the European side of the city as its shown in istanbul port map. The Port of Istanbul is about 295 nautical miles southwest of the Port of Sevastopol in Ukraine and about 378 nautical miles northeast of Greece Port of Piraeus. In 2005, over 9.7 million people lived in the Port of Istanbul. In addition to housing Turkey biggest and busiest ports, the Port of Istanbul is the country industrial center and an important hub for tourism.
The Port of Haydarpaşa, also known as the Port of Haidar Pasha (Turkish: Haydarpaşa Limanı) is a general cargo seaport, ro-ro and container terminal, situated in Haydarpaşa, Istanbul at the southern entrance to the Bosphorus as its mentioned in istanbul port map. The port of Istanbul is operated by the Turkish State Railways (TCDD) and serves a hinterland which includes the country most industrialized areas. This istanbul port is the biggest container port in the Marmara Region and with an annual cargo volume exceeding six million metric tons (MT), is Turkey third biggest port after Mersin and Izmir.