The Istanbul Aviation Museum is located in Yeşilköy, Istanbul.
Home to renowned poet Tevfik Fikret, Aşiyan is situated by the Rumeli Hisar (Fortress) and the Bosphorus.
The Yıldız Palace, situated on Yıldız hill in Beşiktaş, is a palace reflecting the last period of Ottoman architecture with baroque, art nouveau and neo classic styles.
The History of Islamic Sciences and Technology Museum is situated in the Has Ahirlar (Royal Stables) building, adjacent to the city wall (the sur) of the Topkapi Palace, within the Gülhane Park.
The Galata Mevlevihane Museum is located on the Tunnel grounds of Beyoğlu’s İstiklal Caddesi (Avenue).
The Great Palace Mosaic Museum is located in the Sultanahmet Mosque Square within the Arasta Bazaar.
The Panorama 1453 History Museum was opened to the public by the Istanbul City Council on the 21st January 2009 at the Topkapi Culture Park.
On the 30th of June 2001, Miniaturk, which is the first miniature park of Turkey, had its foundations laid down and it was on the 2nd of May 2003 that it opened to the public. The museum, which also offers audio guidance services, is open every day of the week.
The Basilica Cistern is located in close proximity to the Haghia Sophia, in Eminönü. The Basilica Cistern was built by the Roman Emperor Justinianus in 532 to fulfill the water demands of the city. It was named the Basilica Cistern as it was built under the Stoa Basilica...
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Topkapi Palace, which was used as the administrative and domicile center of the Ottoman Empire for almost 400 years, is the oldest and largest palace that has survived up until today...