Разлика между версии на „Халки“

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'''Халки''' или '''Хейбелиада''' ({{lang-tr|Heybeliada, Хейбелиада}}; {{lang-el|Χάλκη, Халки}}) е вторият по големина [[Принцови острови|принцов остров]] в [[Мраморно море]], близо до [[Истанбул]]. Официално е квартал от истанбулския район [[Адалар]] или преведено от турски език ''Островите''.
 
На острова е разположено най-голямото турско военноморско училище, в чиято околност могат да бъдат открити две важни архитектурни забележителности на Халки. Църквата [[Камариотиса]], единствената оцеляла [[Византийска империя|византийска]] църква на острова и вероятно последната църква построена преди завладяването на [[Константинопол]]. И гробът на втприя английски посланик изпратен в Константинопол от кралица [[Елизабет I]], Eduard Bartyn, който избира да живее на Халки, избягвайки суетата на града.
<!-- The large [[Turkish Navy|Naval Cadet School]] overlooks the jetty to the left as you get off the ferry. There are two interesting pieces of architecture on the grounds of the school. One is [[Kamariotissa]], the only remaining [[Byzantine Empire|Byzantine]] church on the island, and more importantly the last church to be built before the conquest of [[Constantinople]]. The other is the grave of the second English Ambassador to be sent to Constantinople by [[Elizabeth I of England]], Edward Barton, who chose to live on Heybeli to escape the bustle of the city.
 
На върха на централната планина е гръцкия източноправославнен манастир от [[11]] век,
To the right of the jetty lies the town with its bars and cafes, a hotel that stays open all year round, and many lovely wooden houses.
години наред той подслонява [[Семинария в Халки|Семинарията на Халки]], главната гръцка източноправослвна [[семинария]] в Турция и теологическа семинария на [[Вселенската патриаршия]] в [[Царигард]]. Манастирът е популярна туристическа забележителност на острова.
 
<!-- To prevent the island from becoming polluted, the only motorized vehicles permitted on the island are service vehicles (ambulance, fire, police, and the like), the only forms of transport are by [[walking|foot]], [[horse and buggy]] and [[Transport|service transport]]. There is no airport; the only way of getting there is by boat.
At the top of the central mountain is an [[11th century]] [[Eastern Orthodox Church|Greek Orthodox]] [[monastery]], it housed the [[Halki seminary]], the main Greek Orthodox [[seminary]] in Turkey and Theological Seminary of the [[Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople]]. The monastery attracts tourists from all over [[Greece]] and Turkey.
 
To prevent the island from becoming polluted, the only motorized vehicles permitted on the island are service vehicles (ambulance, fire, police, and the like), the only forms of transport are by [[walking|foot]], [[horse and buggy]] and [[Transport|service transport]]. There is no airport; the only way of getting there is by boat.
 
The winter population of the island is around 3,000, but in the summer, the owners of the summer houses return and the population swells to approximately 10,000 people. The main attractions during the summer are small-scale open-air concerts laid on the local council, a swimming and fitness club next to the sea, and an annual Independence Day march which is commemorated by a resident naval band touring the island.
TCG ''Heybeliada'', the lead ship of the twelve [[Milgem]] class [[corvette]]s (first eight) and [[frigate]]s (last four) that are being built for the [[Turkish Navy]], is named after the island.
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