Bayrampasa

Bayrampasa in Istanbul

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Bayrampasa is a district in Istanbul in the European side, and it collects the worker class and industries and residents in the same time, the population of Bayrampasa in 1990 reached to 240.000, the area covers 8 km.
Most of the residents of Bayrampasa are from middle class, Bayrampasa has a lot of industries and public buildings with two main sport buildings, and it also includes main bus station which is called Esenler.
Bayrampasa located in the old path and reaches to Thrace, many paths Bayrampasa includes in addition to light railway.
Until 1970 Bayrampasa was known as Sagmalcilar, in the past it was popular because of its artichokes which produced in its land, although the production of the artichokes is stopped long time ago but there are many different kind of artichokes was named the same as the district of Bayrampasa in Turkey. Many statues are on the shape of artichokes in the middle of the city as a symbol of it.

The History of Bayrampasa

In 1927 Bayrampasa witnessed a lot of migrants from Bulgaria, and most of them worked in the agricultures works. Until 1950 the residents of Istanbul were eating from the grabs which was produced from the land of Bayrampasa.
In 1955, many migrants from Yugoslavia settled in Bayrampasa, and many other migrants who escaped from religious persecution had moved there.

Population in Bayrampasa

In the year of 1990 – 212.570 habitants
In the year of 2000 – 246.006 habitants
In the year of 2007 – 272.196 habitants
In the year of 2008 – 268.276 habitants
In the year of 2009 – 269.425 habitants
In the year of 2014 – 269.809 habitants

Bayrampasa is a district in Istanbul in the European side, and it collects the worker class and industries and residents in the same time, the population of Bayrampasa in 1990 reached to 240.000, the area covers 8 km.
Most of the residents of Bayrampasa are from middle class, Bayrampasa has a lot of industries and public buildings with two main sport buildings, and it also includes main bus station which is called Esenler.
Bayrampasa located in the old path and reaches to Thrace, many paths Bayrampasa includes in addition to light railway.
Until 1970 Bayrampasa was known as Sagmalcilar, in the past it was popular because of its artichokes which produced in its land, although the production of the artichokes is stopped long time ago but there are many different kind of artichokes was named the same as the district of Bayrampasa in Turkey. Many statues are on the shape of artichokes in the middle of the city as a symbol of it.
The History of Bayrampasa
In 1927 Bayrampasa witnessed a lot of migrants from Bulgaria, and most of them worked in the agricultures works. Until 1950 the residents of Istanbul were eating from the grabs which was produced from the land of Bayrampasa.
In 1955, many migrants from Yugoslavia settled in Bayrampasa, and many other migrants who escaped from religious persecution had moved there.
Population in Bayram pasa
In the year of 1990 – 212.570 habitants
In the year of 2000 – 246.006 habitants
In the year of 2007 – 272.196 habitants
In the year of 2008 – 268.276 habitants
In the year of 2009 – 269.425 habitants
In the year of 2014 – 269.809 habitants