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Beylikdüzü is one of the western districts of Istanbul. There are the Marmara Sea in the south, Avcılar in the east, Büyükçekmece in the west and Esenyurt in the north. Its area is 360 km2.

Beylikdüzü is one of the rare districts of Istanbul that does not have shanty settlements. According to the research conducted by the municipality in the district, which hosts mass housing projects and luxury sites, 40 percent of the residents are university graduates. Beylikdüzü is one of the most cosmopolitan districts of Istanbul, this feature is like a mosaic of Turkey and a considerable number of foreign citizens reside in the district. Beylikdüzü district is at the standards of a European city with its green areas exceeding 10M² per person. There are trees at symmetrical intervals on almost every street and avenue of Beylikdüzü district. With its wide streets, boulevards, pavements and green areas, Beylilkdüzü represents the planned urbanized new face of Istanbul. Beylikdüzü continues to become greener.

The construction of the Green Valley Botanical Park continues in the giant valley between Cumhuriyet Mahallesi and Adnan Kahveci Mahallesi.
It is assumed that the founders of Beylikdüzü, where the first settlement started in the 7th century BC, were Hellenes. Beylikdüzü, one of the favorite towns of Büyükçekmece, which came under Byzantine rule in the 2nd century BC, was connected to the Ottoman Empire after the conquest of Istanbul. Beylikdüzü, which is a summer resort and agricultural village, was an accommodation place for armies during the Byzantine and Ottoman periods, so there was no dense settlement in the region.

Its name in the pre-republican period is "Garden", which means garden. In the Republican period, the name "Kavaklı" was given due to the density of poplar trees that adapt to the natural climate of the village very easily, and this name was used until January 9, 2003. With the decision numbered 93/42.466 of the Ministry of Interior published in the Official Gazette dated 01.12.1993 and numbered 21.775, Kavaklı became a town municipality of Büyükçekmece. It was transformed into a district within the framework of the "Law on Establishing a District within the Boundaries of the Metropolitan Municipality and Amending Some Laws" published in the Official Gazette dated March 22, 2008 and numbered 26824.

Especially after the 1999 Marmara Earthquake, Beylikdüzü received a great migration and started to grow with the people of Istanbul, who escaped from the old and rotten buildings and moved to Beylikdüzü.

It has undergone the second wave of migration with the construction of the Metrobus. Since Beylikdüzü's population was formed by immigration and it is a relatively newly established settlement, it has had a dynamic neighborhood character that embraces everyone and is not classified. The popularity of Beylikdüzü has increased a lot recently and it has become a center of attraction for quality housing investment. Beylikdüzü became the district with the highest premium in Istanbul and the district with the highest income for its investors.

Average temperature of sea water on Beylikdüzü coast is 14.4 °C.

The average annual precipitation is 54.2 mm, with a minimum in August and a maximum in December. December is the month with the strongest winds.

Maximum snow thickness in Beylikdüzü is 60 cm.
Since Beylikdüzü is 150 meters above sea level on average, it has a more humid, clean and windy air compared to the central districts of Istanbul, and winters are harsh. Since there are wooded areas almost everywhere in Beylikdüzü, seasonal transitions turn into a visual feast.
Transportation to Beylikdüzü has been eased with the extension of the Metrobus line to the district. It is possible to reach Beylikdüzü 24 hours a day by metrobus. It takes an average of 60 minutes by Metrobus between Beylikdüzü and Zincirlikuyu. Apart from the Metrobus, express buses depart from Taksim to the district, the 145T bus goes directly to the Cumhuriyet, Barış and Metropolitan neighborhoods from Taksim, and the 145M bus goes directly to the Adnan Kahveci neighborhood from Taksim. Since Beylikdüzü district is located on the E-5 highway, transportation can be provided by all public transportation vehicles departing from Yenibosna and Bakırköy in the direction of Büyükçekmece.

In addition, it is planned that the foundation of the Beylikdüzü-Bakırköy Metro will be laid by the Ministry of Transport in the near future. This line will also be connected to Yenikapı - İncirli Metro line.

Beylikduzu Ataturk Airport is 13 km away. There are 2 connection roads from Beylikdüzü to TEM (European Transit Highway), Hadıköy and Esenyurt.

Beylikdüzü's economy is generally based on industry and trade. Ambarlı Port, Turkey's largest container port, is located in the district. Ambarlı Port is among the 50 largest container ports in the world. Fuel Filling and Distribution Facilities and Thermal Power Plant located in the east of Ambarlı Port have an important place in the economy of the district. West Istanbul Marina was built next to Ambarlı Port.

Birlik Industrial Site, Bakırcılar Industrial Site, Mermerciler Industrial Site and Beysan Industrial Site under the umbrella of Beylikdüzü Organized Industrial Zone in the district constitute the industrial branch of the district economy. There is an Arçelik factory in Beylikdüzü, Beykent region. Beekeeping or beekeeping as an agricultural activity in the district

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