Etiler , Sarıyer , İstinye
Tarabya (Ottoman Turkish: Tarabiye, Greek: Θεραπειά, Therapiá) is a neighbourhood in the Sarıyer district of Istanbul, Turkey. It is located on the European shoreline of the Bosphorus strait, between the neighbourhoods of Yeniköy and Kireçburnu.
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Map of Tarabya Mahallesi, Sarıyer/İstanbul, Turkey
Tarabya was where the foreign embassies had their summer houses during the Ottoman period, and today the area has several European consulates.
Sultan Selim II used to enjoy eating fish in this area and asked his grand vizier, Sokollu Mehmed Pasha, to build a palace for him where he can spend the summers. It is believed that Sultan Selim II called his palace Tarabiye which means "pleasure", and the name of the neighbourhood (Tarabya) has derived from the name of this palace.
Besides its historical monuments, Tarabya is famous for its seafood restaurants, bistros and nightclubs.
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Lycée Français Pierre Loti d'Istanbul and Tarabya British Schools both have high school campuses in Tarabya.