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Sightseeing Type: Castles / Palaces
The Dolmabahce Palace is located on the west, European shore of the Bosphorus and is enormous. It has 248 rooms, 43 entrance halls, 6 Turkish baths and approximately 2.700 windows. It is divided into two sections: the official part - where the sultan woul
Located in Salacak, Uskudar which has become a symbol of Istanbul, was built by the Greek commander Alkibiades in 419 B.C. to oversee enemies coming from the Black Sea. The Byzantine Emperor Komnenos converted this tower into a fortress. Later, Kiz Kulesi
A 55 meter tower providing a panoramic view of the old town, Galata Kulesi was built by the Genoese as part of the wall surrounding their district of Galata directly opposite Byzantium (Constantinopolis). It was used for the surveillance of the Harbour in
one of the principal mosques of Istanbul, Turkey, built between 1550 and 1557 for Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
A maze of shopping, colours, delicious aromas, and jewellery in the heart of Istanbul.
Hagia Sophia (Church of the Holy Wisdom) was built in Constantinople (now Istanbul) between 532 and 537 under the auspices of Emperor Justinian I. Sultanahmet Square, Istanbul. Telephone: 90-212-5220989 | 90-212-5221750. Open daily except Mondays , 09:30-
Sightseeing Type: Churches / Temples
Address: Yerebatan Caddesi, Sultanahmet, Istanbul. Telephone: 90-212-5221259
Open daily except Mondays , 09:00-18:00
Site of ancient hippodrome in Sultanahmet Meydanı square, Istanbul, Turkey.
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