If you’re a football fan and looking for a new place to live in Istanbul, you’ll probably want to consider one of the following apartments:Paristay – Located in the heart of Istanbul’s financial district, Paristay is the most affordable apartment in the city.

Located in a residential area, Parismay is also close to many shopping areas and the Bosphorus Bridge.

Paristays property includes a swimming pool, a gymnasium, and two private bedrooms.

It also has a gym.

Parismay has a small gym, but most of the apartment’s residents work outside the apartment, so there’s plenty of space for a workout.

The apartment also has free wi-fi, and a balcony overlooks the river.

If you’re looking for something more upscale, you can check out the Taksim Square apartment.

It’s located in a smaller, more urban area, and is close to several other shopping and restaurants.

It has a private terrace and is just a few minutes from the BCP and the Eminönü.

Taksim is also the area of Istanbul where the Istanbul Blue Star soccer team plays its home games.

You can find it on the Tarsus road, a two-lane road that runs parallel to the city’s Taksin Avenue.

It is also a great spot for the Turkish flag.

The next apartment to try is the Esenboga apartment.

This is a two bedroom, two bathroom apartment in a building that has a roof terrace.

It costs around 6,000 Turkish lira ($837).

You can also rent this apartment for $10 a night, or rent it for around $400 a night.

Esenbog is located in the old town of Esenboğlu, which has a lot of history.

There are many historical buildings in the area, including the Erenbaş Palace, the Gülenan Palace, and the Eğrün Palace.

The buildings are all part of a historic district that was built by the Ottomans, and there are even some historic churches.

The apartment is located at the foot of the Ereğa hill.

If you look out over the river from the apartment tower, you will see a large statue of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.

Atatük’s reign saw the establishment of the modern Turkish Republic.

It was the first modern state to establish a central government in Turkey, and he also oversaw the creation of the Ottoman Empire.

The Esenbaş palace, which is on the same hill as Esenbowiye, was constructed under Atatık’s orders.

It’s also close by to the popular tourist attraction of the Baku Zoo, which features over 200 animals.

The zoo is also popular with people from all over the world, including Americans.

There are also some great restaurants and bars nearby.

There is also an underground subway line that runs through the heart and neck of the city, which takes you to many of the district’s attractions.

The station is accessible by a metro line.

It runs from the Tayside district and is the first line of the subway system.