Istanbul – Turkey

The city of Istanbul in turkey is sometimes also referred to «Constantinople». The city is the largest city in Turkey both according to area and population. Istanbul has approximately 12.6 million residents in its boundaries. The city is considered as Turkey’s main platform and hub for culture, architecture, history and financial strategies. Istanbul totally includes 39 districts. Istanbul is the city which is located on two different continents. The covered area of Istanbul is approximately about 707 square miles which makes the city the fifth largest in the world according to population density liver per square miles. The location of Istanbul city is North West side of the Marmara region in turkey.

Turkey has very mild summers with high percentage of humidity but winters are very cold, windy and snow is very often in the city during winter season. Istanbul is slightly hot and humid in the months of May to September. The city has a humidity percentage of about 79%. Winters start from October and remain until April. The city mostly receives the rainfall and snow during the months of December, January, February and March. Maximum temperature during summers can be up to 25 degrees while in summers mostly in nights it can also fall below freezing point.

Economically Istanbul is a very strong city as it has a very high impact in the overall Turkish economy. Istanbul is the city which is very rich in producing cotton, tobacco, silk and many other products. Istanbul has also gained importance economically because it hosts all the sea ports of Turkey and also international airports. Istanbul has some of the major industries of Turkey which includes Rubber industry, metal ware, chemicals, leather, transport vehicles industries, glass and many others. The city also generates its revenue from the tourism department.

Istanbul also plays an important part in the field of education as the city has a number of private and public institutions having high reputation in world. The city has almost 20 universities which allows student to specialize in many different fields. Public sector institutions are preferred more in the city because of their good results and reputation. «Istanbul University» was established in 1453 and is regarded as the oldest ever university of Turkey. Since then it has provided quality education to the students of not only Turkey but also students from different areas of the worlds. Along with Istanbul University «Istanbul Technical University» is also of great importance as it is the world’s third oldest university in the field of technology established in 1773.

In the field of sports Istanbul and Turkey have started to dominate in sports like football, basketball and volleyball. Ataturk Stadium is the biggest stadium in Turkey. The stadium has the honor of hosting UEFA champions League Final of 2005 between Liverpool FC of England and Ac Milan of Italy. Istanbul is also very famous for hosting many types of motor sport races. Out of which «Formula One Turkish Grand Prix» is the most important one.

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Seredyn Reviews – Do The Ingredients in Seredyn Actually Help To Deal With Stress Quickly?

In your search for an effective technique to deal with anxiety, tension, panic disorders and stress, you could have come across Seredyn. To calm the anxious thoughts, the formula of Seredyn has been scientifically formulated.

Psychology, nutrition along with neuroscience are used to make sure that Seredyn operates well. Pharmaceutical grade amino acids and standardized plant extracts are used to maintain this product natural and pure.

It’s a pure supplement which will heal insomnia and tension and has been carefully examined by professionals. The proven fact that it’s extremely beneficial and provides fast results, which you’ll see for your self when you read other Seredyn reviews.

To treat and heal issues, amino acids, vitamins and herbs are employed to form a blend of ingredients which make sure that Seredyn works. It just isn’t addictive and is deemed to be a safe product.

Despite this fact, rather than stopping its use suddenly, you must step by step stop using this solution. It is because though it isn’t a drug and does not require any prescription, there still might be a little withdrawal problems.

There are many Seredyn reviews with helpful info that can be of help to you, like the ideal quantity is to take two tablets when needed although it’s also possible to take two tablets three times each day. Seredyn functions inside fifteen mins of its ingestion if consumed on an empty stomach.

It might take one hour to work if you consume it after food. Although it’s said to be made from natural ingredients which wouldn’t have any major side effects, based on some Seredyn reviews, there could be some minimal impacts on you.

The most frequent of the unwanted side effects are tiredness, headache, restiveness, exhaustion, stomach ache and low blood pressure. They will vanish in a short time as they are minor.

These unwanted effects may vary from individual to individual therefore please seek the advice of a health care provider if need be. Seredyn has many advantages with which you can benefit.

No chemical additions are used and it is a natural ingredient. No prescription is needed to get this solution and Seredyn works for treating anxiety and insomnia.

With repeated consumption of Seredyn, it is possible to get rid of both insomnia and anxiety forever. But to avoid negative impacts, you shouldn’t increase the dosage excessively.

Seredyn is not easily accessible in every medical shops and can only be obtained on the internet. You can place an order on the net and have it shipped to every corner of the world.

Seredyn proves effective in treatment of problems because of its highly effective ingredients however there are precautions it is best to take into account before taking it. A physician’s recommendation should be taken if you are a sufferer of any allergic reactions.

Aside from that, to avoid any medical complications from surfacing, a physician should be consulted if you are taking any prescription drugs or medications. This product must be avoided by people who are sufferers of liver damage and pregnant and nursing ladies must also not take it.

About 90% of the reviews of Serendyn have positive feedback which reveals that it is an effective product which treats the problem of anxiety, insomnia and other related issues.

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Kensington and Chelsea on a Budget

Those not that familiar with London are still aware that Kensington and Chelsea are two of the more expensive and glamorous areas of the big city. So, when you are looking for something different and you’re on a fairly tight budget, where do you start?

Of course when staying in the West End, visiting one of the many museums are excellent options for an enjoyable day out. The Science Museum, Natural History Museum and The Victoria and Albert Museum are all located here and you can visit them for free almost any day of the year.

Head a little further out of the city to Chelsea and you will come across the oldest botanical garden in London – the Chelsea Physic Garden. At only £9 for adults and £6 for students and children it offers a little tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Golborne Road market, although connected to Portobello Road offers something a bit different, with a mix of stalls offering a variety of international foods and goods. The area is often referred to as Little Morocco due to the many Moroccan restaurants and shops, so there is definitely a bit of an international feel to the area. Markets are held here every day except Sunday.

Kensington Gardens and Palace are an excellent way to spend some time exploring. The Palace is now home to Wills, Kate and little Prince George so you’ll feel a sense of royalty wandering around, and perhaps you’ll even catch a glimpse of the Royal family. The area is beautiful, any time of year, go and soak up some horticulture!

Another area to enjoy the outdoors is Brompton Cemetery. It might sound a little odd to spend time in graveyard, but this is one of the finest and oldest Victorian graveyards in all of Britain. There are over 200,000 stones and it is considered to be one of the ‘Magnificent Seven’ cemeteries.

Lastly, the London Olympia Exhibition Centre is home to a variety of music shows, food fairs, business events and so much more. Every week there is something different to visit and a lot of the events are free or very cheap.

So, if you are looking for a bit of class on your London city break, but can’t quite afford to dine on the Kensington Roof Gardens, there is still plenty to see and do without burning a hole or three in your pocket.

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A Short Biography of Soccer Player – Sylvain Wiltord

His complete name is Sylvain Claude Wiltord. He was born on 10 May 1974 in Neuilly-sur-Marne, France. With the national side of French, Wiltord has been successful in Euro 2000 and achieved the final of FIFA World Cup in 2006. Wiltord’s playing position in the field is as Striker / Winger.

Wiltord have many experiences palying football with some clubs. In club level he played for Rennes in 1992-1997, Girondins Bordeaux in 1997-2000, Arsenal in 2000-2004, Lyon in 2004-2007, Rennes in 2007-2009, Marseille in 2009, and Metz 2010 till now.

On 10 February 1999, he made his first appearance for France winning 2-0 against England. On behalf of his national team, he has been capped 92 times, making 26 goals.

Wiltord stay put in the national team for the 2002 World Cup. He participated at Euro 2004 as well, playing 7 matches in the qualifying campaign with a great return of 6 goals. Lately, he was member of France team of Raymond Domenech that participated in the 2006 World Cup final in opposition to Italy.

During his career Wiltord achieved many honors as soccer player. And the honors include With Girondins de Bordeaux (French Ligue 1: 1998-99), With Arsenal, (FA Premier League: 2001/02, 2003/04, FA Cup: 2002, 2003, FA Community Shield: 2002), With Olympique Lyonnais (French Ligue 1: 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07). With his national team the honors include UEFA Euro 2000, FIFA Confederations Cup: 2001, 2003 (as Winner), and FIFA World Cup: 2006 (as Runner-up). And as individual honors are French Ligue 1 Top Scorer: 1998-99 (22 goals with Bordeaux), French Footballer of the Year: 1999, and FIFA Confederations Cup Top Scorer: 2001.

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Safety Arsenal – The Basics of Self Defense Devices

The Basics of Self Defense Devices. Self defense devices are by their nature intimidating. For those unfamiliar with their use and operation, they can be just as foreboding by their looks alone as for their deterrent on criminals. This is actually misleading, because many of the self defense devices commonly available to the public are conceived and designed with both safety and ease and quickness of use deliberately in mind. The following five devices are by no means a complete list of the self-defense products available to the consumer, over-the-counter market. However, they are routinely the most popular and are also widely available online.

Stun Guns and Tasers

Stun guns and tasers use powerful electric shocks to disable opponents by constricting their muscles to the point of temporary disability. Many are small enough to fit inside a woman’s purse or within an inside jacket pocket. They are battery operated. A taser is a stun gun that uses two powerful pitons and flexible wires to deliver the electrical charge. A stun gun is routinely shaped much like a woman’s razor and contains powerful conducting needles that deliver the shock.

Pepper Sprays

Pepper spray, sometimes referred to as OC spray, capsicum spray, or OC gas, uses powerful irritants to inflame the eyes and sinus passages. Pepper sprays commonly use some form of capsaicin, an irritant found within chili peppers of Central America. Very common in riot control among police agencies worldwide, the effects of pepper spray are both nonlethal, but also very painful and discomforting. Pepper spray routinely causes coughing, watering of the eyes, spastic sneezing fits, and other allergy-like effects. Capsaicin is not soluble in water, and removing it from the face and sinus passages usually requires considerable effort. Nasty stuff to say the least!

 Mace

 Mace, like pepper spray, is a form of tear gas or lachrymatory (tear-inducing) agent. It’s typically delivered via aerosol spray can. Its volatile nature has made it illegal in many countries, and pepper spray has largely replaced it for civilian use. MACE is also a brand name of pepper sprays that include gel and foam solutions. The term «mace» is often used interchangeably with «pepper spray,» though the two have important chemical differences.

Personal Alarms

Similar to a car alarm for the body, personal alarms include handheld sirens, whistles, and other accessory-ready items that are easily carried on the person to alert of danger. Many personal alarms are electronic, while some whistles retain the timeless mechanisms of such items of yesteryear. Some electric models also include strobe lights, flashlights, and other distracting effects that improve visibility even while working to disorient an attacker. Still other classes serve as dog repellents and early-warning home safety alarms.

Diversion Safes

Remember the spy TV show where every routine item housed a secret compartment or gadget? Diversion safes work on the same principle, allowing security items such as spare keys, money, or valuable information to be stored «hidden in plain sight» with a replica façade. Some diversion safes take the appearance of weathered car fluid containers, making them perfect for camouflage use in the garage. Others are designed to resemble light plugs, book, flowerpots or wall sockets.

With the array of self defense products, and new self defense product options available to combat crime and deter theft, many Americans can now protect themselves and loved ones effectively.

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Review of Cheikhos Restaurant in Leicester

Although this award-winning restaurant is not in the heart of the city centre, the superb food and warm Italian welcome make it well worth the short trip to Oadby. A family run business that has been delighting residents and visitors alike for the past 20-years, Cheikhos Restaurant in Leicester has won numerous awards for excellent customer service. The relaxed interior provides the perfect location for a chilled out lunch, intimate dinner or a festive, family celebration. The warm and inviting staff are on hand to make your visit extra special, and can help guide diners in pairing sumptuous dishes with their extensive wine list.

Fresh, seasonal ingredients are at the heart of Cheikhos menu and their unfussy, traditional approach to Italian cuisine means that natural flavours are the star of the show. Starters include gamberetti grosso, large prawns sautéed in garlic butter, lemon juice and fresh cumin, moules marinere and an indulgent Mediterranean seafood salad with calamari, mussels ad prawns on a bed of seasonal leaves and tossed with a classic Italian dressing. Many Italian restaurants in Leicester serve wonderfully fresh seafood but if it isn’t your thing then try the bruschetta di supreme, avocado and chicken salad or the rich and earthy mushrooms sautéed in garlic, white wine and cumin with a touch of cream. Diners with a decadent streak may opt for the refreshing, bubbly melon con sciampage, a crown of sweet melon filled with fruits and smothered in champagne.

As you would expect from a classic Italian restaurant there is a great selection of meat dishes to follow the tasty starters! Chicken lovers will be hard-pressed to not be tempted by the pollo Cleopatra, which is a supreme of chicken, flamed in Grande Marnier and finished with a punchy pink peppercorn and orange creamy sauce. Of course there are classics such as pollo caccatura, plump, juicy chicken stuffed with goats cheese, wrapped in parma ham and served with mushrooms and a grain mustard sauce. The porko calvados comes highly recommended and features fillet of pork partnered with apricots wrapped in delicious parma ham accompanied by a baked apple and calvados sauce.

What really makes Cheikhos Italian restaurant special are the family connections, reflected in the carefully thought out menu. Like many restaurants in Leicester care and consideration has been given to a ‘signature dish’, which in the case of Cheikhos has been inspired by his beloved daughter. The delightful Yasmine Arabella consists of lean fillet of beef, which has been sliced open and filled with mozzarella cheese, and succulent king prawns before being wrapped in parma ham. Laced with French mustard and flamed with Courvoisier, sautéed mushrooms, onions and cherry tomatoes are added and the whole dish is finished with an exclusive Chateau Talbot wine and crème fraiche sauce. The dish is an absolute triumph and is testament to the superb, skill of the chef.

With so many dishes to choose from on the menu, guests could be forgiven for overlooking the pasta! However, there is a fantastic range of classic pasta dishes guaranteed to tempt the taste buds. The ravioli di carne is a real treat with delicate egg-pasta parcels filled with mincemeat and garlic and served with deep, flavourful tomato and black olive sauce. Vegetarians are also very well catered for at Cheikhos and can enjoy such delights as feuille de brik, light filo pastry filled with courgettes, mushrooms, peppers and sundried tomatoes and served with a touch of parmesan and lime juice. Those wanting something a little heartier can tuck into the gnocchi ricotta which features light potato dumplings with petit pois, ricotta sauce and spicy ratatouille and a piquant sauce. A regularly changing set menu gives diners additional options, but there is no question that if you’re after a taste of authentic Italian cuisine Cheikhos Restaurant in Leicester is the place to go!

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Replica Football Shirts – A Potted History

A replica football shirt is defined as an (official) copy of a kit. In the UK it is a huge business. According to a BBC report from August 1999 about price fixing in the replica shirt market, it was then worth £210m – I’ve not found anything more recent apart from a report by a German company Sport+Markt (www.sportundmarkt.de) which found that at Summer 2008, the top 116 teams in Europe earned 615m euro from marketing. Quite what ‘marketing’ includes alongside replica shirts isn’t stated (I only looked at the free summary of the report), however it’s interesting to note that the report also states that English fans spend the most (an average of 65 euro each per annum) and that Nike and Adidas account for 80% of the total number of replica football shirts manufactured. The recent take-overs by Adidas of Reebok and then by Nike of Umbro should further serve to underline just what a huge market it is.

Of course it wasn’t ever so. In the good old days any old red shirt could indicate that you were a Liverpool or a United fan. A dark blue would indicate either Everton or Chelsea. There were only certain teams which deviated – Arsenal had those white sleeves and Blackburn Rovers played in their blue and white halved shirts. But then things began to change. At Coventry City, Jimmy Hill realised the kit was something more than just a uniform to wear on the pitch and he introduced the first ever kit of just one colour (other than white) as they changed from their hitherto mostly dark blue shirts with white shorts to a kit of all sky-blue. Bill Shankly only adopted all red for his Liverpool side in 1966-66 – 3 years after Coventry’s all sky-blue affair.

Moving into the 1970’s Leeds United, who’d changed from their traditional colours of blue and gold to all white in the early 1960’s, were the first club to offer their fans the chance to buy replica kits in 1975 as part of their deal with kit supplier Admiral. When Don Revie left Leeds to take over as England Manager the national team entered into a similar arrangement with Admiral. Things really took off when Liverpool became the first club to wear a sponsor’s name on their shirts following their 1979 deal with Japanese electronics manufacturer Hitachi. Here’s a list of prominent English clubs and their first identifiable kit manufacturer and sponsor:

Arsenal

Umbro (1978/79)

1981/82 (JVC)

England

Admiral (1974/75)

n/a

Leeds

Umbro (Aug – Dec 1973) then Admiral

1981/82 (RFW)

Liverpool

Umbro (1973/74)

1979/80 (Hitachi)

Man Utd

Umbro from 1955

1982/83 (Sharp)

Newcastle Utd

Bukta (1974/75)

1980/81 (Scottish & Newcastle)

The purchase of a replica football shirt nowadays represents no small investment for the average fan. Of that 65 euros spent on average by an English football fan on merchandising, a fair chunk is devoted to that all important replica shirt. Whether there’s a better way of supporting your team of course is a moot point – in fact it always (well since 1975) has been.

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Soccer Betting – The "Asian Handicap"

A draw, or tied score, is a frequent outcome in soccer. In the 2008-2009 season, almost a quarter of all Premier League matches resulted in a draw. Because such an outcome is so common, traditional betting usually involves betting within the context of three different outcomes: a win for one team, a draw, or a win for the other team. The «Asian handicap» is a means of changing this by «handicapping» the underdog by a certain percentage, meaning that a draw becomes impossible.

Most handicaps are made at intervals of one half or one quarter, meaning that there has to be a winner since it is impossible to score a half or quarter goal. The purpose is to make the odds as close to 50-50 as possible and eliminating the draw as a possible outcome. Because the odds are almost half when a handicap is applied, the payout is usually even money, or very close to it.

The primary benefit is encouraging punters to bet on matches where there is a clear favorite. For example, if Manchester United (winner of the Premier League in the 2008-2009 season) were to play West Bromwich (the bottom team of the Premier League during the same season), few punters would be interested in betting. This is because Manchester United is a much better team and the odds are strongly in their favor.

However, if West Bromwich was given a handicap of +2.5, it would mean that they would be effectively starting with a lead of 2.5 goals. This means Manchester United would have to score three goals more than West Bromwich to be the winner as far as the bet is concerned. If West Bromwich scored one goal, then Manchester would have to score four to win. Handicapping obviously changes the odds significantly.

An interesting aspect of handicapping is the push. If an even number is used for the handicap, and the actual score plus the handicap equals a draw, then this is a push. For example, if in the example given above West Bromwich was given a handicap of 2 and failed to score any goals, and Manchester United only scored two goals, this would be a push. The result of a push is that all the punters receive their original wagers returned as there was no winner.

The «Asian Handicap» adds an additional element to soccer betting that can be both fun and profitable. This form of betting can be helpful for those punters that have a personal favorite that they intend to bet on, but are not confident that their favorite will win a particular match.

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