London

is in KIYI

London Street

London is an infamous city in many fields from industry and finance to music and art. Established on River Thames, London is in Kıyı İstanbul Çarşı with its culture, life, history and architecture. Attracting millions of tourists every year, the city’s historic structures are now on London Street.

You will be welcome at the entrance of the street by Admiralty Arch, a symbolical structure of London. Having been home to the most weighty ceremonies of England, the monument is identical to its original. Built for Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert, Albert Hall is considered one of the best art centers in London. Albert Hall, which has hosted renowned names of the world, is now on London Street, with true inspiration from its origins. St Pancras International Train Station, a remarkable exemplar of NeoGothic architecture, is now on London Street in Kıyı İstanbul with all its splendor. The realness of St Pancras surrounding the street will make you forget that you are actually in İstanbul. Popular tastes of the country will hit your palate in the restaurants on London Street, where you will embark on a historical journey.

History from KIYI

You will be welcome at the entrance of the street by Admiralty Arch, a symbolical structure of London. Having been home to the most weighty ceremonies of England, the monument is identical to its original. Built for Queen Victoria’s husband Prince Albert, Albert Hall is considered one of the best art centers in London. Albert Hall, which has hosted renowned names of the world, is now on London Street, with true inspiration from its origins. St Pancras International Train Station, a remarkable exemplar of NeoGothic architecture, is now on London Street in Kıyı İstanbul with all its splendor. The realness of St Pancras surrounding the street will make you forget that you are actually in İstanbul. Popular tastes of the country will hit your palate in the restaurants on London Street, where you will embark on a historical journey.

International St Pancras Train Station on Euston Street was long called ‘Railway Cathedral’. The station was restored for Eurostar in 2000.

Admiralty Arch of London opened in 1912. Built on the main road, the crescent-shaped building was home to England Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Ian Fleming, the author of James Bond novels. There are 12 flats and 12 bathrooms in the building, with a total of 4.572 m2 confined space.