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Ottoman architecture, natural wonders, and a renowned automobile industry characterize this Turkish city in the Marmara region; its history dates to the 4th century BC.

Discover wild nature and ancient history in Sakarya

Set along the historic Silk Road that connected Constantinople with the West, Sakarya dates back thousands of years. Traces of Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman rule are still visible today, such as the Bridge of Justinian. The Sakarya River, which extends across the province, gave the city its name. Locally, however, the city is known as Adapazari, (“island bazaar” in Turkish), as it used to be a small island.


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Hanlıköy Mah. Eskişehir cad. No:70 3.96 miles/6.38 kilometers from downtown
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Radisson Blu Hotel, Sakarya - Exterior
Just a two-hour drive from Istanbul, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Sakarya is ideal for business and leisure travelers, with pristine natural surroundings just outside the door.
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