Web Site: www.polonezkoy.com
Polonezkoy, meaning "the village of the Poles", formerly known as Adampol is a Polish village located in Istanbul. It was founded by Adam Czartoryski, Chairman of National Uprising Government and the Leader of a Political Emigration Party, in 1842. The existence of "Polonezkoy-Adampol" within Istanbul is a cultural and historical event that has never been seen before in the world. The village was established in Istanbul, Turkey after Poland was invaded by its neighbors Russia, Austria and Prussia in 1775. Eventually Polonezkoy became a tourist town and a popular weekend break in Istanbul.
Nowadays, Polonezkoy is one of the most famous villages in the world. Polonezkoy is a unique village with its success in protecting its green nature and environment around Istanbul.
Travelers prefer to spend their weekends at the variety of Polonezkoy's hotels, clubs, apartments & holiday villas. The restaurants and gardens offer great cuisine and barbecue parties for the visitors.