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Pangalti
Pancaldi
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Pangalti
Coordinates: 41°03′5.94″N 28°59′15.2376″E / 41.05165°N 28.987566°E / 41.05165; 28.987566Coordinates: 41°03′5.94″N 28°59′15.2376″E / 41.05165°N 28.987566°E / 41.05165; 28.987566
Country Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey
Şişli
Time zone GMT +2
Area code(s) (+90) 212

Pangaltı, formerly spelled Pancaldi, is a sub-district of Şişli, Istanbul inhabited mainly by Levantine Christians.[1][2][3] The enclave is home to the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit and the Saint James Armenian Hospital. It is also home to the Pangaltı Catholic Cemetery, the largest Catholic cemetery in Istanbul.

References

  1. Pancaldi: quartier Levantin du XIXe siècle Rinaldo Marmara - 2004 Constantinople - Page 56
  2. Edmondo De Amicis - 1878 PANCALDI Nous sortons du cimetière, nous nous trouvons dans un autre quartier chrétien, Pancaldi, traversé par des rues ... neufs, entouré de d'arabesques, comme la nef d'une mosquée. Dans ces rues à 56 CONSTANTINOPLE. Pancaldi.
  3. Pacificateurs Page 92 Au centre sacré de l'Orthodoxie, qui siège au Phanar, quartier d'Istanbul, c'est le souci œcuménique qui, depuis des siècles, tel un ... Au Requiem du 17 octobre, en l'église du Saint-Esprit, à Pangalti d'Istanbul, le patriarche fait transmettre ses
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