Istanbul Cevahir Shopping and Entertainment Centre

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Istanbul Cevahir Shopping and Entertainment Centre, also known as Şişli Kültür ve Ticaret Merkezi (Şişli Culture and Trade Centre) is a modern shopping mall located on the Büyükdere Avenue in the Şişli district of Istanbul. Opened on 15 October 2005, Istanbul Cevahir was the largest shopping mall in Europe in terms of gross leasable area between 2005 and 2011, and is one of the largest in the world.

Istanbul Cevahir was built on a 62,475 m² (672,000 sq ft) land plot< at a cost of US$250 million. It has a total floor area of 420,000 m² (4,521,000 sq ft) and a gross leasable area of 110,000 m² (1,184,000 sq ft) for shops and restaurants. The six retail floors of the shopping centre house 343 shops (some of which are the first in Turkey to sell certain international brands); 34 fast food restaurants and 14 exclusive restaurants.

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Other facilities include; a large stage for shows and other events, 12 cinemas (including a private theatre and a cinema for children), a bowling hall, a small roller coaster and several other entertainment facilities.

The building’s 2,500 m² (26,910 sq ft) glass roof carries the fourth biggest clock in the world, with three-metre (10 ft) high digits. The car park has an area of 71,000 m² (764,000 sq ft) and a capacity of 2,500 cars, spread on four floors.

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