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).
İSTANBUL’UN İMZASI KIZ KULESİ
İki kıtanın kucaklaştığı yerde bulunan küçük adacık,binlerce yıllık efsaneleriyle 2000 yılından itibaren siz değerli misafirlerimize hizmet vermektedir.
KızKulesi,2012 yılında yapılan renovasyon çalışması ile hak ettiği çehresine kavuşmuştur.09.00-18.45 saatleri arasındaki gündüz servisinde; kafeterya, eşsiz manzaralı seyir terası ve 2012 yılında hizmete giren KızKulesi efsanelerinin sergilendiği ‘’efsaneler sergisiyle’’ misafirlerine unutulmaz anlar yaşatmaktadır.Türkiye’nin ilk “White Glove Service” standardıyla hizmet veren restuarant’ı olan KızKulesi,20.15 sonrasındaki Akşam Servisinde; dünya mutfağının eşsiz yemeklerini değerli misafirlerine sunmaktadır.
Yıllar boyu sevgililerin,eşsiz İstanbul manzarasına karşı,birbirlerine söyledikleri "evet" cümlesi ile aşklarını ölümsüzleştirdiği bu eşsiz mekan,hep hayalini kurduğunuz unutulmaz düğünleriniz ve özel etkinliklerinize de ev sahipliği yapıyor.
THE MAIDEN’S TOWER, SIGNATURE OF ISTANBUL
The Maiden’s tower has located between asia&europe, this island has valuable service to our guest from 2000 to the present with legends histories.
At 2012 the maiden's tower had made in renovation work with it deserves environments, gained its. 09.00-18.45 hours between the daytime service; cafeteria, a unique view of the observation terrace and 2012, entered service in the maiden's tower legends exhibit ‘legends exhibition’ guests experience unforgettable moments.
The maiden Tower is started the first “ White Glove Service “for international cuisine in the unique dishes precious to our guests .
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The Mihrimah Sultan Mosque is an Ottoman mosque located in the historic center of the Üsküdar municipality in Istanbul, Turkey.The Mihrimah Sultan Mosque is one of Üsküdar's best-known landmarks and takes its nicknames from the ferry landing near which it stands. It is the first of two mosques built by Mihrimah Sultan, daughter of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent and wife of Grand Vizier Rüstem Pasha. It was designed by Mimar Sinan and built between 1546 and 1548. It is a massive structure on a raised platform and already shows several hallmarks of Sinan's mature style: a spacious, high-vaulted basement, slender minarets, a single-domed baldacchino flanked by three semi-domes ending in three exedrae and a broad double portico.Mihr-î-Mah means Sun and Moon.