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Istanbul Archaeology Museums, Istanbul | Tourist Information


Alemdar Cad. Osman Hamdi Bey Yokuşu Sk.
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

+90(212)5272700

İstanbul Arkeoloji Müzesi, çeşitli kültürlere ait bir milyonu aşkın eserle, dünyanın en büyük müzeleri arasındadır. Türkiye'nin müze olarak inşa edilen en eski binasıdır. 19. yüzyılın sonlarında ressam ve müzeci Osman Hamdi Bey tarafından İmparatorluk Müzesi olarak kurulmuştur ve 13 Haziran 1891 tarihinde ziyarete açılmıştır.Müzenin BirimleriMüzenin koleksiyonunda, Balkanlar'dan Afrika'ya, Anadolu ve Mezopotamya'dan Arap Yarımadası'na ve Afganistan'a kadar, Osmanlı İmparatorluğu'nun sınırları içinde yer alan medeniyetlere ait eserler bulunmaktadır. Müze üç ana birimden oluştuğu için İstanbul Arkeoloji Müzeleri olarak adlandırılmaktadır. Arkeoloji Müzesi (ana bina) Eski Şark Eserleri Müzesi Çinili Köşk müzesi

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Galata Kulesi
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Galata Kulesi Meydanı
Istanbul, Turkey 34000

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Topkapı Sarayı
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Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey 34382

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Hagia Sophia
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet Square
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

Hagia Sophia, "Holy Wisdom"; Sancta Sophia or Sancta Sapientia; Ayasofya) was a Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal basilica (church), later an imperial mosque, and now a museum (Ayasofya Müzesi) in Istanbul, Turkey. From the date of its construction in 537 AD, and until 1453, it served as an Orthodox cathedral and seat of the Patriarch of Constantinople, except between 1204 and 1261, when it was converted by the Fourth Crusaders to a Roman Catholic cathedral under the Latin Empire of Constantinople. The building was later converted into an Ottoman mosque from 29 May 1453 until 1931. It was then secularized and opened as a museum on 1 February 1935.Famous in particular for its massive dome, it is considered the epitome of Byzantine architecture and is said to have "changed the history of architecture". It remained the world's largest cathedral for nearly a thousand years, until Seville Cathedral was completed in 1520.

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ayasofya meydanı
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

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Blue Mosque Istanbul / www.bluemosque.co
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
At Meydanı No:7
Fatih, Turkey 34122

+902124580776

GENERAL INFORMATION The Blue Mosque (Called Sultanahmet Camii in Turkish) is an historical mosque in Istanbul. The mosque is known as the Blue Mosque because of blue tiles surrounding the walls of interior design.Mosque was built between 1609 and 1616 years, during the rule of Ahmed I. just like many other mosques, it also comprises a tomb of the founder, a madrasa and a hospice.Besides still used as a mosque, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque has also become a popular tourist attraction in Istanbul. Besides being tourist attraction, it's also a active mosque, so it's closed to non worshippers for a half hour or so during the five daily prayers. Best way to see great architecture of the Blue Mosque is to approach it from the Hippodrome. (West side of the mosque) As if you are non-Muslim visitor, you also have to use same direction to enter the Mosque. How To Visit Blue Mosque ? Tourists always wonder how to visit Blue Mosque.There is also many other questions such as if there is any entrance fee,dress code, where to put my shoes etc.Here below is the answers of all these simple questions... 1) Plan your visit to the Sultanahmet area of Istanbul, so that you better arrive mid morning. Pray happens five times a day with the first call to prayer at sunrise and the last one at nightfall.The mosque closes for 90 minutes at each pray time.Avoid visiting a mosque at pray time (Especially Midday praying on Friday) or within a half hour after the ezan is chanted from the Mosque minarets. 2) Before step in to Mosque, take off your shoes and put in plastic bags provided at the entrance(Free of Charge). This is required of all persons as part of Muslim tradition when entering a mosque. There is also no charge to enter the Blue Mosque. 3) If you are women wear a head covering when entering to Blue Mosque.Head coverings are available at the Blue Mosque entrance for free. Place the fabric cover on top of your head with equal portions hanging on both sides. Take one side and wrap it around your neck, tossing it behind your back with covering your shoulders. Don't cover your face, the covering is meant to hide your hair only. 4) When you are inside the mosque, remain quiet and don't use flash photography.Since this is a place of worship, avoid staring or taking picture of those who are praying.Visit the mosque respectfully and quietly.At the Mosque exit, you can put used plastic bags in designated bin bags and return head covers to duty staff. 5) You can do donation to help maintain the Mosque at the exit door.It is not compulsory, but if you make donation you will get the official receipt for it. PRAYER TIMES Muslims pray five times a day according to the basic tenets of Islam.The timings of these prayers are spaced fairly throughout the day, so that one is constantly reminded of Allah and gives opportunities to seek His guidance and forgiveness. Muslim call to prayer (Ezan) is chanted six times a day.The exact time of the ezan changes each day due to rotation of the earth,revolution around the sun,various latitudes of the earth's locations and daylight savings time.Therefore Islamic prayer times were not set based on clock but traditionally set according to the movement of the sun.These timings being advised by The Presidency of Religious Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. Here below is the names of the calls-prayers in Turkish and Arabic. 1) Imsak / Fajr - Two hours before dawn 2) Güneş /Tulu - Dawn 3) Ögle / Zuhr - Midday 4) Ikindi / Asr - Afternoon 5) Aksam / Maghrib - Sunset 6) Yatsi / Isha - Right before last light of the day get disappeared

Ayasofya Müzesi
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet Meydanı No:1 Eminönü
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

+90 21 25284500

En çok ziyaret edilen müzeler arasında yer alan Ayasofya; sanat ve mimarlık tarihi bakımından dünyanın en önde gelen anıtlardan biri olup, dünyanın 8. harikası olarak gösterilmektedir. Bugünkü Ayasofya aynı yerde fakat öncekilerinden farklı bir mimari anlayışla yapılmış olan üçüncü yapıdır. Bu yapı, İmparator Justinianos tarafından (527-565) dönemin iki önemli Mimarı olan Tralles'li (Aydın) Anthemios ile Miletos'lu (Balat) İsidoros'a yaptırılmıştır. 916 yıl kilise olan yapı, 1453 Yılında Fatih Sultan Mehmed tarafından İstanbul'un fethiyle camiye çevrilerek, 482 yıl cami olarak kullanılmıştır. Atatürk'ün emri ve Bakanlar Kurulu'nun Kararı ile 1935 yılında Ayasofya müze olarak kapılarını ziyarete açmıştır. Hagia Sophia is the one of the most visited museums and most prominent monuments in the world in terms of art and the history of architecture. The current Hagia Sophia is the third construction, done in a different architectural style, even though it occupies the same location as the previous two. The original building was constructed by the most important architects of the period (527-565), Anthemios (Tralles) and Isidoros (Miletus), under the order of Emperor Justinianos. It was used as a church for 916 years but, following the conquest of Istanbul by Fatih Sultan Mehmed, the Hagia Sophia was converted into mosque. Afterwards, it was used as a mosque for 482 years. Under the order of Atatürk and the decision of the Council of Ministers, Hagia Sophia was converted into a museum in 1935.

Rahmi M. Koç Müzesi
Distance: 2.7 mi Tourist Information
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Istanbul, Turkey 34445

0 (212) 369 66 00

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Ayasofya
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ayasofya meydanı
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

(0212) 528 4500

Dolmabahçe Palace
Distance: 2.2 mi Tourist Information
Dolmabahce Caddesi
Istanbul, Turkey 34357

Dolmabahçe Palace located in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Turkey, on the European coastline of the Bosphorus strait, served as the main administrative center of the Ottoman Empire from 1856 to 1887 and 1909 to 1922 (with Yıldız Palace being used in the interim).LocationThe site of Dolmabahçe was originally a bay on the Bosphorus which was used for the anchorage of the Ottoman fleet. The area was reclaimed gradually during the 18th century to become an imperial garden, much appreciated by the Ottoman sultans; it is from this garden that the name Dolmabahçe (Filled-in Garden) comes from the Turkish dolma meaning "filled" and bahçe meaning "garden." Various small summer palaces and wooden pavilions were built here during the 18th and 19th centuries ultimately forming a palace complex named Beşiktaş Waterfront Palace. The area of 110,000 m² is confined by Bosphorus on the east side, while a steep precipice bounds it on the west side, such that after the building of the new 45,000 m² monoblock Dolmabahçe Palace a relatively limited space has remained for a garden complex which would normally surround such a palace.HistoryDolmabahçe Palace was ordered by the Empire's 31st Sultan, Abdülmecid I, and built between the years 1843 and 1856. Previously, the Sultan and his family had lived at the Topkapı Palace, but as the medieval Topkapı was lacking in contemporary style, luxury, and comfort, as compared to the palaces of the European monarchs, Abdülmecid decided to build a new modern palace near the site of the former Beşiktaş Palace, which was demolished. Hacı Said Ağa was responsible for the construction works, while the project was realized by architects Garabet Balyan, his son Nigoğayos Balyan and Evanis Kalfa (members of the Armenian Balyan family of Ottoman court architects).

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Istanbul, Turkey 34410

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Hagia Sophia Istanbul
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Sultanahmet Square
Istanbul, Turkey 34134

+90 (212) 522 09 89

The Hagia Sophia, one of the historical architectural wonders that still remains standing today, has an important place in the art world with its architecture, grandness, size and functionality. The Hagia Sophia, the biggest church constructed by the East Roman Empire in Istanbul, has been constructed three times in the same location. When it was first built, it was named Megale Ekklesia (Big Church); however, after the fifth century, it was referred to as the Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom). The church was the place in which rulers were crowned, and it was also the biggest operational cathedral in the city throughout the Byzantine period. The first church was constructed by Emperor Konstantios (337-361) in 360. The first church was covered with a wooden roof and expanded vertically (basilica) yet was burned down after the public riot that took place in 404 as a result of the disagreements between Emperor Arkadios’ (395-408) wife empress Eudoksia and Istanbul’s patriarch Ioannes Chrysostomos, who was exiled. The patriarch’s mosaic portrait can still be viewed at the tymphanon wall located in the northern part of the church. No remains have been recovered from the first church; however, the bricks found in the museum storage branded ‘Megale Ekklesia’ are predicted to belong to the first construction. The second church was reconstructed by Emperor Theodosios II (408-450) in 415. This basilical structure is known to contain five naves and a monumental entrance; it is also covered by a wooden roof. The church was demolished in January 13, 532, after the public riot (Nika revolts) that took place during the fifth year of Emperor Justinianos’ reign (527-565), when the ‘blues’ who represented the aristocrats, and the ‘greens’ who represented the tradesman and merchants in the society, collaborated against the Empire. Remains found during the excavations led by A. M Scheinder of the Istanbul German Archeology Institute, 2 meters below ground level, include steps belonging to the Propylon (monumental door), column bases and pieces with lamb embossings that represent the 12 apostles. In addition, other architectural pieces that belong to the monumental entrance can be seen in the west garden. The current structure was constructed by Isidoros (Milet) and Anthemios (Tralles), who were renowned architects of their time, by Emperor Justinianos’s (527-565) orders. Information from historian Prokopios states that the construction that began on February 23, 532, was completed in a short period of five years and the church was opened to worship with a ceremony on December 27, 537. Resources show that on the opening day of the Hagia Sophia, Emperor Justinianos entered the temple and said, “My Lord, thank you for giving me chance to create such a worshipping place,” and followed with the words “Süleyman, I beat you,” referring to Süleyman’s temple in Jerusalem. The third Hagia Sophia construction combined the three traditional basilical plans with the central dome plan in design. The structure has three nefi, one apsi, and two narthex, internal and external. The length from the apsis to the outer narthex is 100 m, and the width is 69.5 m. The height of the dome from the ground level is 55.60 m and the radius is 31.87 m in the North to South direction and 30.86 in the East to West direction. Emperor Justinianos ordered all provinces under his reign to send the best architectural pieces to be used in the construction so that the Hagia Sophia could be bigger and grander. The columns and marbles used in the structure have been taken from ancient cities in and around Anatolia and Syria, such as, Aspendus Ephessus, Baalbeek and Tarsa. The white marbles used in the structure came from the Marmara Island, the green porphyry from Eğriboz Island, the pink marbles from Afyon and the yellow from North Africa. The decorative interior wall coatings were established by dividing single marble blocks into two and combining them in order to create symmetrical shapes. In addition, the structure includes columns brought in from the Temple of Artemis in Ephessus to be used in the naves, as well as 8 columns brought from Egypt that support the domes. The structure has a total of 104 columns, 40 in the lower and 64 in the upper gallery. All the walls of the Hagia Sophia except the ones covered by marble have been decorated with exceptionally beautiful mosaics. Gold, silver, glass, terra cotta and colorful stones have been used to make the mosaics. The plant-based and geometric mosaics are from the 6th century, whereas the figured mosaics date back to the Iconoclast period. During the East Roman period, the Hagia Sophia was the Empire Church and, as a result, was the place in which the emperors were crowned. The area that is on the right of the naos, where the flooring is covered with colorful stones creating an intertwining circular design (omphalion), is the section in which the Eastern Roman Emperors were crowned. Istanbul was occupied by Latins between 1204 and 1261, during the Holy Crusades, when both the city and the church were damaged. The Hagia Sophia was known to be in bad condition in 1261, when Eastern Rome took over the city again. Following Fatih Sultan Mehmed’s (1451-1481) conquer in 1453, Hagia Sophia was renovated into a mosque. The structure was fortified and was well protected after this period, and remained as a mosque. Additional supporting pillars were installed during the East Roman and Ottoman periods as a result of the damage that the structure experienced due to earthquakes in the region. The minarets designed and implemented by Mimar Sinan have also served to this purpose. A madrasah was built towards the North or Hagia Sophia during Fatih Sultan Mehmed’s reign. This construction was abolished in the 17. Century. During Sultan Abdülmecid’s (1839-1861) reign, renovations were conducted by Fossati and a madrasah was rebuilt in the same place. The remains have been discovered during the excavations in 1982. During the 16th and 17th century Ottoman period, mihrabs, minbar, maksoorahs, a preachment stand and a muezzin mahfili (a special raised platform in a mosque, opposite the minbar where a muezzin kneels and chants in response to the imam’s prayers) were added to the structure. The bronze lamps on two sides of the mihrab have been given as gifts to the mosque by Kanuni Sultan Süleyman (1520-1566) after his return from Budin. The two marble cubes dating back to the Hellenistic period (3 - 4 B.C.) on both sides of the main entrance have been specially brought from Bergama and were given by Sultan Murad III (1574-1595) as gifts. During the Sultan Abdülmecid period between 1847 and 1849, an extensive renovation in the Hagia Sophia was conducted by the Swiss Fossati brothers, where the Hünkâr Mahfili (a separate compartment where the emperors pray) located in a niche in the Northern section was removed and another one towards the left of the mihrab was built. The 8- 7.5 m diameter calligraphy panels that were written by Caligrapher Kadıasker Mustafa İzzet Efendi were placed in the main walls of the structure. The panels that read “Allah, Hz. Muhammed, Hz. Ebubekir, Hz. Ömer, Hz. Osman, Hz. Ali, Hz. Hasan ve Hz. Hüseyin” are known to be the biggest calligraphy panels in the Islamic world. The Hagia Sophia was converted into a museum by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s orders and has been functioning as one since February 1, 1935, welcoming both local and foreign visitors. According to a deed dated 1936, the Hagia Sophia is registered as “Ayasofya-i Kebir Camii Şerifi on behalf of the Fatih Sultan Mehmed Foundation for maoseleum, akaret, muvakkithane and madrasah on 57 pafta, 57 island and 7th parcel.”

Chora Museum
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
Kariye Müzesi Kariye Camii sokak No:26
Istanbul, Turkey 34087

+90212-631-9241

Depicting all manner of Christain iconography, from the Day of Judgement through to the Resurrection, the works here are arguably the most important surviving examples of Byzantine art in the world, both in terms of their execution and preservation. Ironically, this Christian art owes its excellent condition to the church's conversion to Islam in the early 16th century, when the frescoes and mosaics were covered over.

İSTANBUL ARKEOLOJİ MÜZELERİ - İSTANBUL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUMS
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Osman Hamdi Bey Yokuşu Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

+902125272700

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Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkey.
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet, Fatih
Istanbul, Turkey

(0212) 512 04 80

İstanbul İslam, Bilim ve Teknoloji Tarihi Müzesi Müdürlüğü
Distance: 2.2 mi Tourist Information
Gülhane Parkı
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

0 212 528 80 65 / 0 212 513 72 14 Faks : 0212 513 72 24

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Yıldız Sarayı Müzesi
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
Yıldız Mah. Serencebey Yok. No.62
Besiktas, Turkey

02122583080

Türk Osmanlı saray mimarisinin son örneği olan Yıldız Sarayı, Beşiktaş semtinin Yıldız tepesinde yer alır. Kanuni Sultan Süleyman döneminden (1520-1566) itibaren padişahlar tarafindan av sahası olarak kullanılan ve Hazine-i Hassa’ya kayıtlı bu araziye ilk kasrı Sultan I. Ahmed yaptırmıştır. 18. yy sonunda Sultan III. Selim, validesi Mihrişah Sultan için Yıldız Kasrı'nı, babası için de bir çeşme yaptırmıştır. Genellikle yaz aylarında Yıldız Köşkü'nde oturan Sultan Abdülaziz ise Büyük Mabeyn Köşkü’nü inşa ettirmiş, daha sonra dış bahçeye Malta ve Çadır Köşklerini, asıl kısmına da Çit Kasrı’nı eklemiştir. Sarayda asıl yapılaşma Sultan II. Abdülhamid döneminde (1876-1909) başlamış ve buraya Yıldız Saray-ı Hümayunu adı verilmiştir. Bu dönemde saray, padişahın özel yaşamına ait mekanlarla birlikte, resmi görevlilere tahsis edilen binaları, tamirhane, marangozhane gibi atölyeleri ve tiyatro, müze, kitaplık gibi kültür ve sanat yapılarını da kapsamaktadır. Saray, Hasbahçe adıyla bilinen, doğal nehir görünümünde bir de havuzu bulunan iç bahçeye sahiptir. Bu bahçenin değişik yerlerinde birbirinden bağımsız olarak inşa edilmiş küçük dinlenme köşkleri bulunmaktadır. Sultan Vahdettin’den sonra bir süre boş kalan saray binaları, 1924 yılında Erkan-ı Harbiye Mektebi’ne tahsis edilmiştir. 1946 yılında Harp Akademileri’ne bırakılan saray, 1978 yılında Kültür Bakanlığına devredilmiş, “Yıldız Sarayı Müzesi Müdürlüğü” adıyla 1993 yılından itibaren müzeleştirilmeye başlanmıştır.

Istanbul sokakları
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
balo sokak no 14
Beyoglu, Turkey 34000

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Museum/Art Gallery Near Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Rahmi M. Koç Müzesi
Distance: 2.7 mi Tourist Information
Hasköy Caddesi
Istanbul, Turkey 34445

0 (212) 369 66 00

İSTANBUL ARKEOLOJİ MÜZELERİ - İSTANBUL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUMS
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Osman Hamdi Bey Yokuşu Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

+902125272700

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Rezan Has Muzesi
Distance: 2.4 mi Tourist Information
Kadir Has Üniversitesi, Kadir Has Caddesi, Cibali
Istanbul, Turkey 34083

+90 212 533 65 32

2007 yılından bu yana aktif müzecilik anlayışı doğrultusunda özgün sergiler ve kültürel etkinlikler düzenleyen Rezan Has Müzesi, günümüzden yaklaşık 9.000 yıl öncesine tarihlenen arkeolojik eser koleksiyonunun yanı sıra 2009 yılında Cibali Tütün Fabrikası’na ait belge ve objeleri bünyesine katarak koleksiyonunu zenginleştirken, 11. yüzyıl Bizans su sarnıcı ile geçmişi geleceğe bağlayan bir müze mekândır. Neolitik dönemden Selçuklu dönemine kadar geniş bir zaman dilimini kapsayan arkeolojik eser koleksiyonumuz müze katında yer alırken, çok amaçlı sergi salonu katımızda ise, başta Türk Resim Sanatı konulu sergiler olmak üzere, tematik ve özgün sergiler düzenlenmektedir. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hosting genuine exhibitions and cultural activities since 2007 in the frame of its vigorous museum studies, Rezan Has Museum has become a museum site connecting the past to the future with its Ottoman hammam structure dated back to 17th century and Byzantine cistern to 11th century. The Museum enriched its collection by acquiring documents and objects belonging to Cibali Tobacco and Cigarette Factory in 2009 along with its collection of archeological artifacts with nearly a history of 9,000 years. Rezan Has Museum is comprised of two sections. Our wide collection of archeological artifacts from Neolithic Period to Seljuk Empire is exhibited on the museum floor while thematic and original exhibitions, including exhibitions on especially the Turkish Painting Art, are located in our multi-purpose exhibition hall.

İstanbul Fotoğraf Galerisi / The Photographers' Gallery İstanbul
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Katip Mustafa Çelebi Mah. Tel Sok. N:8/2
Beyoglu, Turkey

05309527973

GALERIST
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Meşrutiyet Cad. No.67/1 Beyoğlu
Istanbul, Turkey 34430

+90 212 252 1896

Dodo Antique's & Decoration & Interior & Desing
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
FAIK PAŞA CADDESİ
Istanbul, Turkey 34433

0090212292

The Works, ''Objects of Desire''
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Kuloğlu Mah. Faik Paşa Cad. No: 6/1
Beyoglu, Turkey 34433

+90 532 2451673

THE WORKS, ''OBJECTS OF DESIRE'' is a slightly deranged antique and flea market-find shop run by veteran collector and ultra-colorful Cihangir art-world personality A. Karaca Borar. (You may recall his father was a famous violinist, and his mother the poet Sevim Burak.) He describes the place as carrying "tin boxes to old washing machines to kitsch objects and '30s erotic postcards" and warns that he behaves like Basil Fawlty of Fawlty Towers -- but a browser may just as well find himself serenaded by opera music, plied with a glass of wine, and sent home with a vintage designer handbag for a tenth of the original price. Kitsch objects, 70's and 60's and also streamline aand bacalite and some enamel to boot.. Or maybe some ertica from 60's if not mabe old surgical instruments..For fun maybe an old fairground piece like a bumping car! Gay stuff of 60's, straight materails of kitchen and more, many more...

Beren saat (ســـمـــر)
Distance: 3.4 mi Tourist Information
سات
Istanbul, Turkey 25700

0560807278

Antik Carpets
Distance: 1.8 mi Tourist Information
Çorlulu Ali Paşa Medresesi Fatih Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey 90

05369310778

Tutkuantik
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Atikali Nurettin Tekke Sokak
Fatih, Turkey 34000

05324623946

Public Places and Attractions Near Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Beyoğlu / Taksim, İstanbul
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Taksim , Beyoğlu ,istiklal Caddesi
Istanbul, Turkey 34437

İstiklal Caddesi
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
İstiklal Caddesi, Beyoğlu
Istanbul, Turkey 34000

Taksim
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Gumussuyu Mh.
Istanbul, Turkey 34050

+902122346410

Kız Kulesi
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Istanbul, Turkey 34668

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Üsküdar Sahili
Distance: 2.0 mi Tourist Information
Üsküdar
Istanbul, Turkey 34672

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Yıldız Parkı
Distance: 3.1 mi Tourist Information
Yıldız Korusu Yolu
Istanbul, Turkey 34349

444 44 55

Molla Aşkı Cafe
Distance: 2.5 mi Tourist Information
Ayvansaray Mah. Paşahamamı Sok. No:70 Fatih
Istanbul, Turkey 34034

212 534 86 44

İstanbul’un beş de ikisini seyredebileceğiniz, Roma, Bizans ve Osmanlı yazar, çizer üstadlarının en meşhurlarını toplayıp sohbet yapıp ilham aldıkları yer… Mollaaşkî Fatih Cafe’ den baktığınız zaman, Avrupa ile Asya’nın tarihinin derinliklerinde birbirleri ile kenetlendiğini seyredebilirsiniz. Şöyle bir ufka baktığınız zaman Kayışdağ’ ını, Haydarpaşa’yı, Selimiye kışlasını, sağ uç noktaya baktığınız zaman 600 yıl Dünya tarihini şekillendiren Osmanlı’nın Payidahdı Topkapı Saray’ını, sol uca baktığınız zaman ise Cenovalıların, Cenevizlilerin Galata’sını, tarihin iki şahidi gibi görebilirsiniz. Biraz daha gözlerinizi aşağı indirdiğiniz zaman 3 semavi din kardeş olmuş birbirlerine sarılmışlar. Yavuz Selim han Camii, hemen altında tarihte benzeri olmayan Rum Kırmızı Mektebi, hemen altında Patrikhane, hemen altında Bulgar Kilisesi yanlarında Yahudi Sinagogunu almışlar. Tarihe halı gibi serilmiş binlerce yıllık Vodinal Caddesi. Cenovalı ve Cenevizlilerin, Romalıların, Bizanslıların, Arapların, Perslerin, Osmanlı’nın, Rum’un, Yahudi’nin, Ermeni’nin, Süryani’nin, Çingene’ni,n Arnavutlar’ın, Boşnak’ ların, Tatarlar’ın, Rusların ticaret caddesi, Ustura Kemal’lerin ve tulumbaların ceket omuzda yürüdüğü naraların göğü deldiği Mişonlar’ ın Agoplar ‘ ın mezelerin mis gibi koktuğu balat… Haliç’in soluna baktığınızda Taksim’i Şişhane’yi Kasımpaşa’yı, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Han’ın karadan denize gemileri indirdiğini görür gibi olursunuz.Şişhane sırtlarından ufka doğru baktığınızda İstanbul’ un gelinlik kızı Çamlıca tepesini görürsünüz. O güzel gelini düşünürken Haliç’ in Marmara ile buluşup seviştiğini seyredersiniz, Galata köprüsüne hayranlıkla bakarken ufka dalarsınınız Lonca’nın müzik sesleri sizleri mest eder, hayal dünyasına kaybolur gidersiniz. Roma’nın ilk yazlık sarayının üstünde çay içtiğinizi ancak ezan sesleriyle anlarsınız.

Harbiye Askeri Müzesi
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
Valikonağı Caddesi, Harbiye
Istanbul, Turkey

Pera Müzesi-Museum
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Meşrutiyet Caddesi No: 65 Tepebaşı, Beyoğlu
Istanbul, Turkey 34430

+ 90 212 334 99 00

Haliç Kongre Merkezi
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Sütlüce Mah. Eski Karaağaç Cad. Beyoğlu
Istanbul, Turkey 34445

02123111111

Hippodrome of Constantinople
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
çukurçeşme sokağı
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

The Hippodrome of Constantinople was a circus that was the sporting and social centre of Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine Empire. Today it is a square named Sultanahmet Meydanı in the Turkish city of Istanbul, with a few fragments of the original structure surviving.The word hippodrome comes from the Greek hippos, horse, and dromos, path or way. For this reason, it is sometimes also called Atmeydanı in Turkish. Horse racing and chariot racing were popular pastimes in the ancient world and hippodromes were common features of Greek cities in the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine eras.History and useAlthough the Hippodrome is usually associated with Constantinople's days of glory as an imperial capital, it actually predates that era. The first Hippodrome was built when the city was called Bysantium, and was a provincial town of moderate importance. In AD 203 the Emperor Septimius Severus rebuilt the city and expanded its walls, endowing it with a hippodrome, an arena for chariot races and other entertainment.In AD 324, the Emperor Constantine the Great decided to move the seat of the government from Rome to Byzantium, which he renamed Nova Roma (New Rome). This name failed to impress and the city soon became known as Constantinople, the City of Constantine. Constantine greatly enlarged the city, and one of his major undertakings was the renovation of the Hippodrome. It is estimated that the Hippodrome of Constantine was about 450m long and 130m wide. Its stands were capable of holding 100,000 spectators.

Beyazıt Camii
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
çökelek sokak bakır han n0 7-3 mercan
Fatih, Turkey 34126

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Hürrem Sultan Hamamı
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
FATİH
Fatih, Turkey 34122

(0212) 517 35 35

Çırağan Palace
Distance: 2.9 mi Tourist Information
Çırağan Caddesi, No:32 Beşiktaş
Istanbul, Turkey 34349

+902123264646

Çırağan Sarayı, Türkiye'nin İstanbul ilinin Beşiktaş ilçesinde, Çırağan Caddesi üzerinde bulunan tarihi saray.TarihiÇırağan'ın bugün Beşiktaş ve Ortaköy arasında bulunan yeri 17. yüzyılda "Kazancıoğlu Bahçeleri" diye bilinirdi. 18. yüzyılda Beşiktaş kıyılarını süsleyen denize nazır saraylar ve bahçeler Lale Devri diye bilinen 'Çiçek ve Müzik Aşkı' döneminin en önemli simgelerinden sayılmıştır. Bu dönem, bir eğlence olduğu kadar bir kültür parlaklığı devriydi. Dönemin hükümdarı olan III. Ahmed buradaki mülkünü gözde Vezir-i Azam'ı İbrahim Paşa'ya hediye etmiş ve ilk yalı Nevşehirli Damat İbrahim Paşa tarafından eşi Fatma Sultan (III. Ahmed'in kızı) için inşa ettirilmiştir. Kendisi burada Çırağan Şenlikleri denilen meş'ale şenliklerini düzenletmiştir. İşte bu olaylar dolayısıyla bu alan Farsça'da ışık anlamına gelen 'Çırağan' ismiyle anılmaya başlanmıştır.Sultan II. Mahmud 1834'te bu alanı yeniden yapılandırma kararı alır. Önce mevcut olan yalıyı yıktırır. Yapının etrafında bulunan okul ve cami ortadan kaldırılır ve mevlevihane yakında bulunan bir yalıya nakledilir. Yeni saray için büyük ölçüde ahşap kullanılır gibi görünmesine rağmen esas bölümün temelinin yapımında tamamen taş kullanılmıştır. 40 adet sütun dikilerek klasik bir görünüm verilmiştir.Abdülmecid 1857'de Sultan II. Mahmud'un yaptırdığı ilk sarayı yıktırmış, batı mimarisi tarzında bir saray yaptırmayı planlamış ancak 1863'te vefat ettiğinden ve parasal sıkıntılar yüzünden sarayın yapımı yarım kalmıştır.

Mercan Yokuşu - Eminönü
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
çakmakçılar yokuşu büyük valide han no 52/53
Istanbul, Turkey 34116

Chora Museum
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
Kariye Müzesi Kariye Camii sokak No:26
Istanbul, Turkey 34087

+90212-631-9241

Depicting all manner of Christain iconography, from the Day of Judgement through to the Resurrection, the works here are arguably the most important surviving examples of Byzantine art in the world, both in terms of their execution and preservation. Ironically, this Christian art owes its excellent condition to the church's conversion to Islam in the early 16th century, when the frescoes and mosaics were covered over.

Sarayburnu
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Kennedy Caddesi
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

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Sarayburnu is a promontory separating the Golden Horn and the Sea of Marmara in Istanbul, Turkey. The area is where the renowned Topkapı Palace and Gülhane Park stand. Sarayburnu is included in the historic areas of Istanbul, added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1985.HistoryThe first settlement on the Sarayburnu goes back to Neolithic, c. 6600 BC. The settlement lasted for almost a millennium before being inundated by the rising level of the sea; however, it might have been moved further inland. The artifacts from this settlement recovered during excavations display some of the distinct features of other artifacts found in other excavations in northwestern Turkey.Another settlement on the Sarayburnu, named Lygos, was founded by Thracian tribes between the 13th and 11th centuries BC, along with the neighbouring Semistra, which Pliny the Elder had mentioned in his historical accounts. Only a few walls and substructures belonging to Lygos have survived to date, near the location where the famous Topkapı Palace now stands. During the period of Byzantium, the Acropolis used to stand where the Topkapı Palace stands today.

Bodrum Bodrum
Distance: 1.8 mi Tourist Information
İstanbul
Istanbul, Turkey 00000

Cihangir Parkı
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Guneşli Sokağı
Istanbul, Turkey 34433

Taksim'de
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Kocatepe Mah.Topçu Cad.18/A Beyoğlu
Istanbul, Turkey 34000

Taksim Talimhane'de oteller bölgesindeki şirin cafemizde, hijyenik koşullarda üretilen taze ve çıtır boşnak böreklerini ve her çeşit kahveyi bulabilirsiniz

Tours and Sightseeing Near Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Galata Kulesi
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Galata Kulesi Meydanı
Istanbul, Turkey 34000

0212 293 81 80

Gülhane Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Cankurtaran Mahallesi, Gülhane, Fatih
Istanbul, Turkey 34112

Gülhane Parkı, İstanbul'un Fatih ilçesinin Eminönü semtinde yer alan tarihî bir parktır. Alay Köşkü, Topkapı Sarayı ve Sarayburnu arasında yer alır.TarihGülhane Parkı, Osmanlı İmparatorluğu döneminde Topkapı Sarayı'nın dış bahçesiydi ve içinde bir koru ve gül bahçelerini barındırırdı. Türk tarihinde demokratikleşmenin ilk somut adımı olan Tanzimat Fermanı, 3 Kasım 1839'da Abdülmecit döneminde Hariciye Nazırı Mustafa Reşit Paşa tarafından Gülhane Parkı'nda okunmuştur ve bu nedenle Gülhane Hatt-ı Hümayunu da denir.İstanbul şehremini operatör Cemil Paşa (Topuzlu) zamanında düzenlenerek 1912 yılında park haline getirildi ve halka açıldı. Toplam alanı 163 dönüm kadardır. Parkın girişinde sağ tarafta İstanbul şehremini ve belediye başkanlarının büstleri vardır. Parkın ortasından iki yanı ağaçlı yol geçer. Bu yolun sağında ve solunda dinlenme yerleri, çocuk bahçesi bulunmaktadır. Boğaza doğru kıvrılarak inen yokuşun hemen sağında bir Aşık Veysel heykeli, yokuşun sonuna doğru biraz üst kısımda ise Romalılardan kalma Gotlar Sütunu vardır.

Gülhane Parkı
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Sirkeci, Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul, Turkey 34112

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Sultan Ahmet Camii
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
sultanahmet cami
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

Hagia Sophia
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet Square
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

Hagia Sophia, "Holy Wisdom"; Sancta Sophia or Sancta Sapientia; Ayasofya) was a Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal basilica (church), later an imperial mosque, and now a museum (Ayasofya Müzesi) in Istanbul, Turkey. From the date of its construction in 537 AD, and until 1453, it served as an Orthodox cathedral and seat of the Patriarch of Constantinople, except between 1204 and 1261, when it was converted by the Fourth Crusaders to a Roman Catholic cathedral under the Latin Empire of Constantinople. The building was later converted into an Ottoman mosque from 29 May 1453 until 1931. It was then secularized and opened as a museum on 1 February 1935.Famous in particular for its massive dome, it is considered the epitome of Byzantine architecture and is said to have "changed the history of architecture". It remained the world's largest cathedral for nearly a thousand years, until Seville Cathedral was completed in 1520.

Yerebatan Sarnıcı
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Yerebatan Caddesi No: 64 - Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey 34110

Sultan Ahmed Mosque
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey 34120

The Sultan Ahmed Mosque or Sultan Ahmet Mosque is a historic mosque located in Istanbul, Turkey. A popular tourist site, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque continues to function as a mosque today; men still kneel in prayer on the mosque's lush red carpet after the call to prayer. The Blue Mosque, as it is popularly known, was constructed between 1609 and 1616 during the rule of Ahmed I. Its Külliye contains Ahmed's tomb, a madrasah and a hospice. Magnificent hand-painted blue tiles adorn the mosque’s interior walls, and at night the mosque is bathed in blue as lights frame the mosque’s five main domes, six minarets and eight secondary domes.HistoryAfter the Peace of Zsitvatorok and the crushing loss in the 1603-1618 war with Persia, Sultan Ahmet I, decided to build a large mosque in Istanbul to reassert Ottoman power. It would be the first imperial mosque for more than forty years. While his predecessors had paid for their mosques with the spoils of war, Ahmet I procured funds from the Treasury, because he had not gained remarkable victories.It caused the anger of the ulema, the Muslim jurists. The mosque was built on the site of the palace of the Byzantine emperors, in front of the basilica Ayasofya (at that time, the primary imperial mosque in Istanbul) and the hippodrome, a site of significant symbolic meaning as it dominated the city skyline from the south. Big parts of the south shore of the mosque rest on the foundations, the vaults of the old Grand Palace.

Grand Bazaar, Istanbul
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Kapalicarsi Kakpakcilar Cad. No:178
Istanbul, Turkey 34433

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The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with 61 covered streets and over 4,000 shops which attract between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors daily. In 2014, it was listed No.1 among world's most-visited tourist attractions with 91,250,000 annual visitors. the Grand Bazar at Istanbul is often regarded as one of the first shopping malls of the world.LocationThe Grand Bazaar is located inside the walled city of Istanbul, in the district of Fatih and in the neighbourhood bearing the same name (Kapalıçarşı). It stretches roughly from west to east between the mosques of Beyazit and of Nuruosmaniye. The Bazaar can easily be reached from Sultanahmet and Sirkeci by trams (Beyazıt-Kapalıçarşı stop).

Ayasofya
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
ayasofya meydanı
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

(0212) 528 4500

Beyazıt Kapalıçarşı
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Mithatpaşa Cad. No.22/A Beyazit
Istanbul, Turkey 34126

+90 212 522 36 99

Çavuşbaşı
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
beykoz çavuşbaşı çiftlik mahallesi
Istanbul, Turkey 34830

05322113094

Istanbul Beykoz Çavuşbaşı - Cavusbasi ile ilgili haber gündem ve bildirimler Emlak arsa satış ofisi Rent a car Peyzaj çiçekçilik Reklamcılık internet Gazetesi tanıtım

Sultangazi
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
sultangazi
Istanbul, Turkey 341010

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Eskici Pub
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Fuat Uzkınay Sk. No:8/A(Mavi Jeans Sokağı) Beyoğlu -İst
Istanbul, Turkey 34433

05438638149

Nuruosmaniye Mosque
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Nurosmaniye
Istanbul, Turkey 34120

Nuruosmaniye Camii, İstanbul'da inşa edilmiş ilk barok özellikli camidir. Çemberlitaş semtinde, Kapalıçarşı girişinde yer alır. 1748-1755 yıllarında inşa edilmiştir.Batılılaşma eğilimlerinin mimaride ortaya çıkmaya başladığı bir devirde ortaya çıkan camii ve külliyesi, Osmanlı mimarisinde bir dönüm noktası sayılmaktadır.Camiinin yer aldığı alanda daha önce Osmanlı şeyhülislamlarından Hoca Sadettin Efendi’nin eşi Fatma Hatun’un mescidi bulunmaktaydı. Fatma Hatun Mescidi yıkılmaya yüz tutunca I. Mahmut’un emri ile yerine camii inşaatı başladı; Mustafa Ağa ve yardımcısı Simon Kalfa (Mimar Simeon) tarafından gerçekleştirilen inşaat; I. Mahmut’un ölümünden sonra üç yıllık saltanat süren kardeşi III. Osman zamanında “Nur-u Osmani” (Osmanlı’nın Nuru) adıyla tamamlandı. Adını, padişah III. Osman’dan ve caminin içindeki ışıktan aldığı söylenir.Cami ile birlikte medrese, imarethane, kütüphane, türbe, çeşme ve sebilden oluşan bir külliye inşa edilmiştir. Çevresindeki birkaç dükkan da külliyeye dahildir. Barok sanatının etkisi kütüphane, türbe, çeşme ve sebilde de görülmektedir.Mimari özelliklerYüksek mermer merdivenlerle iki yönden camiye çıkılır. Barok üslupta inşa edilen camii, kare plan üzerine inşa edilmiştir. Harim kısmı (namaz kılmaya ayrılmış alan) tek bir kubbe ile örtülmüştür. İki yanda revaklı birer koridor bulunur ve bu koridorlardan harim kısmına birer giriş vardır.Eteği 32 pencere ile çevrili olan ana kubbe 26 m çapındadır. Osmanlı camilerinde kullanılan en büyük kubbelerden biri olan bu kubbe, duvarların üstüne oturan kemerler tarafından taşınır. Kubbe kemerlerinin duvar üzerindeki bitiminde bir kuşak halinde Fetih Suresi yazılıdır. Kubbede ise En-Nur Suresi’nin 35. Ayeti yer alır: “Allah, göklerin ve yerin nurudur”.

Bosphorus Cruise
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Eminsinan Mah. Eminsinan Hamam Sokak N0:6/1-2-3-4 Sultanahmet Fatih Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

+902125170013

Bosphorus Cruise is a member of Turkey Travel Group, which was established with great care in 2006 and since then it is constantly evolving! We are experts in cruises on the amazing Bosphorus and Princes' Islands, providing unforgettable tours with Boats and Luxury Yachts to couples, families, business groups, group of friends and moreover for special occasions, such as Gala dinners, Weddings, Birthdays and all kind of Parties! Moreover we organize Tours all over Istanbul and to many more beautiful cities such as Pamukkale, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Izmir, Brusa, etc. We are able to satisfy all kinds of travellers, offering each one of you our organized services. TTG’s team is always driven by professionalism and commitment for best service!

Bahçeköy Atatürk Arboretum
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Sarıyer Köyü, 34450 İstanbul
Bahçeköy, Turkey 34450

+90 0212 226 1929

Estambul
Distance: 1.8 mi Tourist Information
Millet Cad. No:11/508 Fatih
Istanbul, Turkey 34096

+90 545 887 78 42

Estambul es la unica ciudad que se encuentra sobre dos continentes. Organizamos viajes para conocer esta ciudad tan bonita con la historia antigua.

M.F. Bosfor
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Turyol Kadıköy İskelesi, Türk Balon Yanı
Istanbul, Turkey

+90 212 251 86 83

Fethiye Turlari
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
İstiklal Cad. No.36 / 1 K: 3 D:17 Beyoğlu
Istanbul, Turkey 34435

02122494070

Takatukatur Private Boat Tour
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
Cibali
Istanbul, Turkey 34083

905465650307

Local Business Near Istanbul Archaeology Museums

Gülhane Parkı
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Sirkeci, Istanbul, Turkey
Istanbul, Turkey 34112

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Cemal TOY Resim Atölyesi
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Kadıga Liman Caddesi Küçük Ayasofya Cami Sokak NO:5 FATİH/İstanbul
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

02124585297

Sultanahmet Camii
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Güzel Sanatlar Sokak
Alemdar, Turkey 34122

استنبول السلطان احمد
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
ترمل
Istanbul, Turkey

734637532

Ayasofya Müzesi/ Hagia Sophia
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Ayasofya Meydanı No.1 Sultanahmet/Fatih
Istanbul, Turkey 34110

Hagia Sophia/ Aya Sofya
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Ayasofya Meydanı, Sultanahmet Fatih/İSTANBUL
Istanbul, Turkey

0 (212) 522 17 50

Green Corner, Sultanahmet
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
alemdar cad.caferiye sk. no 12 sultanahmet istan
Istanbul, Turkey 34000

Dosso Dossi Hotels - Old City
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Alemdar Mah. Alayköşkü Cad. No:12
Istanbul, Turkey 34110

02125264090

Dosso Dossi Hotel Sultanahmet - Old City is next to The Basilica Cistern , Sultanahmet Tramway Station. And just 5 minutes walking distance Sirkeci Train Station. All rooms have stylish decor ,black-out curtains ,individual air condition, LCD TV offers Satellite Channel , minibar, tea-coffe making facilities , daily newspaper service , pillow menu , safe box , Free wi-fi, The Hotel have smooking & non smoking rooms & floors also carpet , parquet floors options . Some rooms feature a private ourdoor balcony. Guests of Dosso Dossi Sultanahmet can get a relaxing time in SPA , and benefit from sauna , stream bath, turkish bath and fitness. Guests can enjoy a rich open buffet breakfast in the mornings. Meals are served at the à la carte Tulip Restaurant ; fusion cusine also turkish specialities , vegetarian dishes. We serve free afternoon tea & night soup . Dosso Dossi Hotel have special Kids Concept include baby car, cartoon movies, free yogurt, milk, fruits services . Each child receives a gift on arrival. Kids menu & baby chair is available in the restaurant. Special Bed Sheets and cots. The reception is available 24/7. Free Shuttle Service to Taksim Square (once time a day). Free Shuttle Service to Laleli (twice a day) . Airport shuttle service can be provided at a surcharge. Currency Exchange , Storage Room in the lobby, Ice Machine in some floors ...

Secondhome hostel
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Hocapaşa Mahallesi Ebussuud Caddesi No:19 Sirkeci
Istanbul, Turkey 34110

+90 212 - 512 57 90

Yerebatan Sarnıcı
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Yerebatan C No: 1
Istanbul, Turkey 34410

(0212) 522 12 59

Basilica Cistern
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet Square Sultanahmet -
Istanbul, Turkey

+57 3163357102

Damla Yayınevi
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Prof. K. İsmail Gürkan Cad. No: 6 34110
Istanbul, Turkey 34110

0212 514 28 28

Ablam' ın Mutfağı
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
kadıköy
Istanbul, Turkey

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Ayasofya Müzesi
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet Meydanı No:1 Eminönü
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

+90 21 25284500

En çok ziyaret edilen müzeler arasında yer alan Ayasofya; sanat ve mimarlık tarihi bakımından dünyanın en önde gelen anıtlardan biri olup, dünyanın 8. harikası olarak gösterilmektedir. Bugünkü Ayasofya aynı yerde fakat öncekilerinden farklı bir mimari anlayışla yapılmış olan üçüncü yapıdır. Bu yapı, İmparator Justinianos tarafından (527-565) dönemin iki önemli Mimarı olan Tralles'li (Aydın) Anthemios ile Miletos'lu (Balat) İsidoros'a yaptırılmıştır. 916 yıl kilise olan yapı, 1453 Yılında Fatih Sultan Mehmed tarafından İstanbul'un fethiyle camiye çevrilerek, 482 yıl cami olarak kullanılmıştır. Atatürk'ün emri ve Bakanlar Kurulu'nun Kararı ile 1935 yılında Ayasofya müze olarak kapılarını ziyarete açmıştır. Hagia Sophia is the one of the most visited museums and most prominent monuments in the world in terms of art and the history of architecture. The current Hagia Sophia is the third construction, done in a different architectural style, even though it occupies the same location as the previous two. The original building was constructed by the most important architects of the period (527-565), Anthemios (Tralles) and Isidoros (Miletus), under the order of Emperor Justinianos. It was used as a church for 916 years but, following the conquest of Istanbul by Fatih Sultan Mehmed, the Hagia Sophia was converted into mosque. Afterwards, it was used as a mosque for 482 years. Under the order of Atatürk and the decision of the Council of Ministers, Hagia Sophia was converted into a museum in 1935.

Taksim Square
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Orhani̇ye Caddesi̇
Istanbul, Turkey

Hagia Sophia
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey

Αγία Σοφία, Κωνσταντινούπολη
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Πόλη
Istanbul, Turkey

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Basilica Cistern
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Yerebatan Caddesi No: 64 - Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey 34110

(0212) 522 12 59

The Basilica Cistern, is the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul, Turkey. The cistern, located southwest of the Hagia Sophia on the historical peninsula of Sarayburnu, was built in the 6th century during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I.HistoryThe name of this subterranean structure derives from a large public square on the First Hill of Constantinople, the Stoa Basilica, beneath which it was originally constructed. Before being converted to a cistern, a great Basilica stood in its place, built between the 3rd and 4th centuries during the Early Roman Age as a commercial, legal and artistic centre. The basilica was reconstructed by Illus after a fire in 476.Ancient texts indicated that the basilica contained gardens, surrounded by a colonnade and facing the Hagia Sophia. According to ancient historians, Emperor Constantine built a structure that was later rebuilt and enlarged by Emperor Justinian after the Nika riots of 532, which devastated the city.Historical texts claim that 7,000 slaves were involved in the construction of the cistern.The enlarged cistern provided a water filtration system for the Great Palace of Constantinople and other buildings on the First Hill, and continued to provide water to the Topkapi Palace after the Ottoman conquest in 1453 and into modern times.

Valide Sultan Konagi
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Cankurtaran Mah. Kutlugu Sok. No/1, Sultanahmet;Ho
Istanbul, Turkey 34122

İstanbul Sirkeci Terminal
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NÖBETHANE CADDESİ. SERDAR SOK. NO:24 SİRKECİ
Istanbul, Turkey 34110

Istanbul Sirkeci Terminal, also known as Istanbul Terminal, is a railway terminal in Istanbul. The Terminal is located on the tip of Istanbul's historic peninsula right next to the Golden Horn and just northwest of Gülhane Park and the famous Topkapı Palace. Sirkeci Terminal, along with Haydarpaşa Terminal on the other side of the Bosphorus, are Istanbul's two intercity and commuter railway terminals. Built in 1890 by the Oriental Railway as the eastern terminus of the world-famous Orient Express, Sirkeci Terminal has become a symbol of the city. As of 19 March 2013 service to the station had been indefinitely suspended due to the rehabilitation of the existing line between Kazlıçeşme and Halkalı for the new Marmaray commuter rail line. On 29 October 2013, a new underground station opened to the public and is currently serviced by Marmaray trains travelling across the Bosphorus. Sirkeci Terminal has a total of 4 platforms with 7 tracks . Formerly, commuter trains to Halkalı would depart from tracks 2, 3 and 4 while Regional trains to Kapıkule, Edirne and Uzunköprü along with International trains to Bucharest, Sofiya and Belgrade would depart from tracks 1 and 5.