Kumkapı (signifying 'sand entryway' in Turkish) is a quarter in Fatih locale of Istanbul. It is situated along the northern shore of Marmara Sea. Up to late times, Kumkapı is the focal point of the Armenian people group of the city, flaunting a school and a few holy places. It is additionally where the seat of the Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople is found. The quarter is well known for its many fish cafés;in this way drawing in numerous neighborhood and unfamiliar sightseers round the year.