Bosporus Bridge

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a suspension bridge across the Bosporus at Istanbul

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"I was going to India and I looked out of the window of the plane and I could see the Bosphorus Bridge shining in the sun.
There are now more than 200,000 vehicles per day passing over the second Bosphorus Bridge, and with Osman Gazi Bridge we can go over the bridge in only six minutes by car, while it used to take an hour without the bridge to go the same distance.
Soldiers blocked the Bosphorus Bridge and stormed media outlets.
Passing under the intercontinental Bosphorus Bridge, we spot a Turkish flag waving proudly, as if to remind us that Turkey unifies it all.
My favourite part of the cruise was the fact that we passed the famous bridges over the Bosphorus, and got to look at them in all their glory -- the Bosphorus Bridge, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge, and the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge.
The product has been applied to a selection of infrastructure developments, including Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge, Bosphorus Bridge, and Halic Bridge.
The media had a tour of Istanbul visiting the areas, including the Blue Mosque, a popular tourist site, as well as toured the Bosphorus Bridge and Camlica Hills.
It said one of the officers was accused of commanding soldiers to open fire on protesters on Istanbul's Bosphorus bridge in Istanbul and the other of ordering a raid on the state broadcaster TRT on the night of the coup.
BRUTAL PAYBACK Mobs beat the captured troops on Bosphorus bridge yesterday
The botched coup began late on Friday, when a faction of the Turkish military blocked Istanbul's iconic Bosphorus Bridge and strafed the headquarters of Turkish intelligence and parliament in the capital, Ankara.
Istanbul's Bosphorus Bridge and Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge were both closed by roadblocks while tracer fire from Turkish military helicopters was spotted over Ankara.
1929 -- Istanbul's Bosphorus Bridge and Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge are both closed.