Bagdat Street

Bagdat Street is a famous street in the Kadıköy district on the Anatolian side of Istanbul. Its history dates back to the Ottoman Empire period. Bagdat Street, an important symbol for many people living in Istanbul, is known for its historical and commercial importance.

Bagdat Street takes its name from Bagdat, the capital of Iraq. It was first built in the mid-19th century during the reign of Ottoman Sultan Abdulmecid. Sultan Abdülmecid wanted this street to be the symbol of the road between Istanbul and Baghdad.

During the construction of the street, wide roads, parks and gardens in Western style were planned. Bagdat Street became one of the most important and popular places in Istanbul at that time. Stylish and historical buildings, shops, cafes and restaurants are lined along the street. At the same time, it became a popular residential area for the aristocratic segment of Istanbul at that time.

Bagdat Street has undergone many changes over time. Today, modern buildings, shopping malls and stores of international brands have formed the character of the street. Bagdat Street, which is still considered one of the most popular streets in Istanbul, is frequently preferred by local and foreign visitors for shopping, eating and drinking and social activities.

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