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Taksim Istiklal Avenue: Istiklal Street, one of the most important points witnessing the history of Istanbul, is the most important center of shopping, entertainment and Istanbul, as well as hosting occupations and festivals.

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Taksim Istiklal Avenue:

Istiklal Street, one of the most important points witnessing the history of Istanbul, is the most important center of shopping, entertainment and Istanbul, as well as hosting occupations and festivals.

 

 

 

Sultan Ahmet Mosque:



The Sultan Ahmet Mosque was built by the Architect Sedefk Mehmet Ağa on the historical peninsula in Istanbul by the Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I between 1609 and 1616. The work in which the mosque is decorated with blue, green and white colored Iznik shinnies, and the work in which the half domes and the big dome are decorated with hand-painted works, is called the "Blue Mosque" by the Europeans. With the conversion of Hagia Sophia from a mosque to a museum in 1934, it became the main mosque of Istanbul.







In fact, together with the Sultan Ahmet Mosque complex, it is one of the largest building complexes in Istanbul. This complex consists of a mosque, madrasahs, sultan's pavilion, arasta, shops, Turkish bath, fountain, fountains, tomb, hospital, primary school, almshouse and rental rooms. Some of these structures have not survived to the present day.







The most important aspect of the building, which takes into account the architectural and artistic aspects, is that it is decorated with more than 20,000 Iznik shinnies. Traditional plant motifs in yellow and blue tones were used in the decorations of these shinnies, making the building more than just a place of worship. The prayer hall part of the mosque measures 64 x 72 meters. The screed of the 43-meter-high central dome is 23.5 meters. The work of the mosque is illuminated with more than 200 colored glass. His articles were written by Seyyid Kasım Gubar from Diyarbakır. It forms a complex with the surrounding structures and Sultanahmet is Turkey's first mosque with six minarets.

 

 

 

Fethi Pasha Grove:



Fethi Pasha Grove, one of the oldest and most famous summer resorts in Istanbul, is operated by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality today and has a unique depth of Bosphorus view. Fethi Pasha Grove, which is an ideal place to spend a nice stroll and get away from the crowd of the city, is on the Üsküdar coastal road.







Emirgan Grove:



Located in the Sarıyer district, the grove with a view of the Bosphorus is brimming with Tulips, the symbol of Istanbul. The history of Emirgan Grove, which is a paradise that can be reached in a short time from the crowd of Istanbul, dates back to the Ottoman Empire.







Great Mecidiye Mosque:



there is a classic black that is often seen on tanbul postcards; A mosque by the sea and the Bosphorus Bridge right next to it. The Büyük Mecidiye Mosque, which is one of the important structures of the Bosphorus, which adds color to this square, is also called the Ortaköy Mosque. The architect of the mosque built by Sultan Abdülmecid is one of the famous Balyan brothers.







Galata tower:



Galata Tower, one of the most historical buildings of Istanbul and the world, was built from wood in the 6th century by the Byzantine Emperor as the Lighthouse Tower. The present tower was rebuilt in the 14th century by the Genoese in 1348, out of masonry. The name of the Galata Tower, which was erected at the northernmost end of the colony area that the Genoese took from the Byzantines, was the Tower of Christ at that time. At that time, there were ramparts and moats around the tower. Today, Büyük Hendek, Lüleci Hendek and Küçük Hendek Streets are located around the tower.







Maiden's Tower:



It is a tower located on a small islet located in the Salacak asiks in the Bosphorus. The Maiden's Tower, which has various rumors and legends about why it was built, is one of the places to see even in order to understand this mystery. Today, it is a historical place where you can go with your spouse, a friend, have a romantic dinner or take a lunch break outside of the routine, and it is a must-see with its structure.

 

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Taksim Istiklal Avenue:

Istiklal Street, one of the most important points witnessing the history of Istanbul, is the most important center of shopping, entertainment and Istanbul, as well as hosting occupations and festivals.

 

 

 

Sultan Ahmet Mosque:



The Sultan Ahmet Mosque was built by the Architect Sedefk Mehmet Ağa on the historical peninsula in Istanbul by the Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I between 1609 and 1616. The work in which the mosque is decorated with blue, green and white colored Iznik shinnies, and the work in which the half domes and the big dome are decorated with hand-painted works, is called the "Blue Mosque" by the Europeans. With the conversion of Hagia Sophia from a mosque to a museum in 1934, it became the main mosque of Istanbul.







In fact, together with the Sultan Ahmet Mosque complex, it is one of the largest building complexes in Istanbul. This complex consists of a mosque, madrasahs, sultan's pavilion, arasta, shops, Turkish bath, fountain, fountains, tomb, hospital, primary school, almshouse and rental rooms. Some of these structures have not survived to the present day.







The most important aspect of the building, which takes into account the architectural and artistic aspects, is that it is decorated with more than 20,000 Iznik shinnies. Traditional plant motifs in yellow and blue tones were used in the decorations of these shinnies, making the building more than just a place of worship. The prayer hall part of the mosque measures 64 x 72 meters. The screed of the 43-meter-high central dome is 23.5 meters. The work of the mosque is illuminated with more than 200 colored glass. His articles were written by Seyyid Kasım Gubar from Diyarbakır. It forms a complex with the surrounding structures and Sultanahmet is Turkey's first mosque with six minarets.

 

 

 

Fethi Pasha Grove:



Fethi Pasha Grove, one of the oldest and most famous summer resorts in Istanbul, is operated by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality today and has a unique depth of Bosphorus view. Fethi Pasha Grove, which is an ideal place to spend a nice stroll and get away from the crowd of the city, is on the Üsküdar coastal road.







Emirgan Grove:



Located in the Sarıyer district, the grove with a view of the Bosphorus is brimming with Tulips, the symbol of Istanbul. The history of Emirgan Grove, which is a paradise that can be reached in a short time from the crowd of Istanbul, dates back to the Ottoman Empire.







Great Mecidiye Mosque:



there is a classic black that is often seen on tanbul postcards; A mosque by the sea and the Bosphorus Bridge right next to it. The Büyük Mecidiye Mosque, which is one of the important structures of the Bosphorus, which adds color to this square, is also called the Ortaköy Mosque. The architect of the mosque built by Sultan Abdülmecid is one of the famous Balyan brothers.







Galata tower:



Galata Tower, one of the most historical buildings of Istanbul and the world, was built from wood in the 6th century by the Byzantine Emperor as the Lighthouse Tower. The present tower was rebuilt in the 14th century by the Genoese in 1348, out of masonry. The name of the Galata Tower, which was erected at the northernmost end of the colony area that the Genoese took from the Byzantines, was the Tower of Christ at that time. At that time, there were ramparts and moats around the tower. Today, Büyük Hendek, Lüleci Hendek and Küçük Hendek Streets are located around the tower.







Maiden's Tower:



It is a tower located on a small islet located in the Salacak asiks in the Bosphorus. The Maiden's Tower, which has various rumors and legends about why it was built, is one of the places to see even in order to understand this mystery. Today, it is a historical place where you can go with your spouse, a friend, have a romantic dinner or take a lunch break outside of the routine, and it is a must-see with its structure.
Taksim Istiklal Avenue:

Istiklal Street, one of the most important points witnessing the history of Istanbul, is the most important center of shopping, entertainment and Istanbul, as well as hosting occupations and festivals.

 

 

 

Sultan Ahmet Mosque:



The Sultan Ahmet Mosque was built by the Architect Sedefk Mehmet Ağa on the historical peninsula in Istanbul by the Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I between 1609 and 1616. The work in which the mosque is decorated with blue, green and white colored Iznik shinnies, and the work in which the half domes and the big dome are decorated with hand-painted works, is called the "Blue Mosque" by the Europeans. With the conversion of Hagia Sophia from a mosque to a museum in 1934, it became the main mosque of Istanbul.







In fact, together with the Sultan Ahmet Mosque complex, it is one of the largest building complexes in Istanbul. This complex consists of a mosque, madrasahs, sultan's pavilion, arasta, shops, Turkish bath, fountain, fountains, tomb, hospital, primary school, almshouse and rental rooms. Some of these structures have not survived to the present day.







The most important aspect of the building, which takes into account the architectural and artistic aspects, is that it is decorated with more than 20,000 Iznik shinnies. Traditional plant motifs in yellow and blue tones were used in the decorations of these shinnies, making the building more than just a place of worship. The prayer hall part of the mosque measures 64 x 72 meters. The screed of the 43-meter-high central dome is 23.5 meters. The work of the mosque is illuminated with more than 200 colored glass. His articles were written by Seyyid Kasım Gubar from Diyarbakır. It forms a complex with the surrounding structures and Sultanahmet is Turkey's first mosque with six minarets.

 

 

 

Fethi Pasha Grove:



Fethi Pasha Grove, one of the oldest and most famous summer resorts in Istanbul, is operated by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality today and has a unique depth of Bosphorus view. Fethi Pasha Grove, which is an ideal place to spend a nice stroll and get away from the crowd of the city, is on the Üsküdar coastal road.







Emirgan Grove:



Located in the Sarıyer district, the grove with a view of the Bosphorus is brimming with Tulips, the symbol of Istanbul. The history of Emirgan Grove, which is a paradise that can be reached in a short time from the crowd of Istanbul, dates back to the Ottoman Empire.







Great Mecidiye Mosque:



there is a classic black that is often seen on tanbul postcards; A mosque by the sea and the Bosphorus Bridge right next to it. The Büyük Mecidiye Mosque, which is one of the important structures of the Bosphorus, which adds color to this square, is also called the Ortaköy Mosque. The architect of the mosque built by Sultan Abdülmecid is one of the famous Balyan brothers.







Galata tower:



Galata Tower, one of the most historical buildings of Istanbul and the world, was built from wood in the 6th century by the Byzantine Emperor as the Lighthouse Tower. The present tower was rebuilt in the 14th century by the Genoese in 1348, out of masonry. The name of the Galata Tower, which was erected at the northernmost end of the colony area that the Genoese took from the Byzantines, was the Tower of Christ at that time. At that time, there were ramparts and moats around the tower. Today, Büyük Hendek, Lüleci Hendek and Küçük Hendek Streets are located around the tower.







Maiden's Tower:



It is a tower located on a small islet located in the Salacak asiks in the Bosphorus. The Maiden's Tower, which has various rumors and legends about why it was built, is one of the places to see even in order to understand this mystery. Today, it is a historical place where you can go with your spouse, a friend, have a romantic dinner or take a lunch break outside of the routine, and it is a must-see with its structure.
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