Istanbul, TurkeyThe bridge between East and West
Located in the center of the Old World, Istanbul is one of the world’s great cities famous for its historical monuments and magnificent scenic beauties. It is the only city in the world which spreads over two continents: it lies at a point where Asia and Europe are separated by a narrow strait – the Bosphorus. Istanbul has a history of over 2,500 years, and ever since its establishment on this strategic junction of lands and seas, the city has been a crucial trade center. And today it is pivotal in the world being the bridge between East and West … Where better and more significant to run an NLP Training event designed to equip the delegates with the skills to facilitate leadership and a new thinking in the world.
The historic city of Istanbul is situated on a peninsula flanked on three sides by the Sea of Marmara, the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. It has been the capital of three great empires, the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman empires, and for more than 1,600 years over 120 emperors and sultans ruled the world from here. No other city in the world can claim such a distinction.
In actuality during its development, the city was enlarged four times, each time the city walls being rebuilt further to the west. Symbolically that is a remarkable metaphor for the programmes we are running here …
Surrounded by 5th century Roman city walls and stretching over seven hills, Istanbul is adorned by the masterpieces of Turkish art, the great mosques of the Sultans that crown the hills. The city presents an exquisite, majestic and serene silhouette from all directions. The Golden Horn, which is a very secure natural harbor, has played a significant role in the development of the city.
Fortune provided such advantages to Istanbul as a location at a junction where the main overland routes reach the sea, an easily defensible peninsula, an ideal climate, a rich and generous nature, control of the strategic Bosphorus, and a central geographical position in the ancient world.
As a capital of empires, the city was not only an administrative, but also a religious center. Istanbul has always been a city of tolerance where mosques, churches and synagogues existed side by side. The city was adorned with a large number of dazzling and impressive works even during the period of decline of the Ottomans.
This programme is being hosted by one of my students who trained with me during my first visit here over 8 years ago. And you can expect the participants to mirror the amazing multi cultural environment in that we expect to have delegates from all over the world. Join us …
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