Stables of the Dingon in Istanbul

Dingo's Stables in Istanbul: The area behind the Water Maksemi in Beyoğlu Taksim Square, known as the 'Dingo's Stable', now has a workshop and warehouse for the Nostalgic Tram.
Have you ever wondered where Dingo's ranch came from? The history of this statement is based on the stables of a Greek, Dingo, who stopped at the 1800s in Taksim on the tram. Levent Akın, who is well-known for his Istanbul documentaries, says the biggest of Dingo's Barn, which is famous for its size in Taksim, is actually in Şişli.

Equestrian trams in Şişli are preparing for expedition (1890)
We have used the sentence ın It is not clear whether the entry into the dingo's barn ında is used at various times in our lives. So have you ever thought about where this phrase comes from? For those who do not know, the TRT documentary filmmaker Levent Akın, who is known for his documentaries in Istanbul, said: UM The first horse-drawn trams in Istanbul, which were commissioned from 1871, served as double-deckers in the slopes of the city on single and non-sloping roads. Trams are double horses, heavy wagons come to the slope of a couple of horses held in the vicinity is connected more, the sloping line was thus exceeded. The barn where horses are run on the trams, the area where electric trams are repaired in Taksim is right next to the French Cultural Center.

The barman was a Greek elder named Dingo. Dingo, who often leaves the barn where he heads to go to the tavern, dies, and the grooms who supply horses to the wagons to rest the tired horses when they are not in the barn, enter the barn as they wish, feed the backed tired horses and take the horses to climb the slope to the wagons. This situation has been used with the phrase “Dingo's Stable” in the sense of a place where the people who come and go among Istanbulites are not known since then…

Summer trams in front of Beyoglu Municipality (1910)
The Azapkapı-Beşiktaş line, which was completed in 1871, started to operate afterwards. Karaköy along the line, Kabataş Three stops and a waiting hall were built in Beşiktaş and Beşiktaş. Trams were also prohibited from standing outside the stops. This line was the first equestrian tram line. The cost of the line at that time was from Azapkapı and Beşiktaş. Kabataş40 money for the entire line was 80 money. The wagons of these horse-drawn trams were selected from Vienna, while Hungarian horses named katana, which were able to carry the wagons. Taksim is not the biggest stable with horses. The area where the mall in Şişli is located was a large horse-drawn tram depot.
The trams, which provide the transportation of the city, are becoming more and more popular. The demand voices are rising from each province and the length of the line is increasing day by day. As a result of the lines opened to service in 1871, the Galata-Beşiktaş line 5 carried 721 thousand 957 passengers per month. The line of Eminönü-Aksaray had reached only about 42 a thousand passengers a day. Thus, total 155 trolley trams have provided more than 876 million earnings from the thousand passengers. Lı

Although the history of the horse-drawn trams, which provide a great convenience in urban transportation, has reached the present day, it is not only an idiom, but also a cafe.
The tram station “Dingo's barn ırı, which is now on the side street of the French Cultural Center on Istiklal Street, has survived to the present day as a cafe next to the repair shop. Ali Haydarbatur, the owner of the café, named the café gen Dingo's Barn en, which was inspired by the history of the region.



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