The district of Istanbul on the Anatolian side. Located in the southwestern part of the Kocaeli Peninsula, Kadıköy is surrounded by the Marmara Sea in the west and south, Üsküdar in the north, Ataşehir in the northeast and Maltepe in the east. It is one of the popular districts on the Anatolian side of Istanbul that has developed rapidly in recent years. When we look at the history of Kadıköy, Kadıköy is an ancient settlement of Kalkhedon and A.D. It hosted important consul meetings of the 5th century Christian world. Today, Kadıköy offers beauties to its visitors with its yacht clubs and marinas, wide streets, countless shopping opportunities and beautiful beaches. Haydarpaşa Station, which first catches the eye with its splendor by those who come to Kadıköy by ferry, was built in 1908 and is a fine example of Prussian architectural art. In addition to these, other outstanding large structures and artifacts; Of the two large buildings on the hills behind the commercial port facilities, the old Haydarpaşa High School with a clock tower and the other one with 4 towers is 19th century. Selimiye Barracks, which was built in In memory of Florence Nightingale, who nursed the wounded here during the Crimean War, the room she stayed in is preserved just as it was that day. The most important and popular areas of Kadıköy are Kadıköy Bazaar and Bahariye Street. Kadıköy Bazaar area is also called Beyoğlu of Anatolia. Along with Bahariye Caddesi, Kadıköy is always lively and crowded. There are many historical churches here, along with many shopping and eating places. Tellalzade Street, located in Kadıköy Bazaar, is especially popular with its antique shops, second-hand booksellers and old book stores.