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Historial Places
Dolmabahce Clock Tower Dolmabahce Clock Tower The Dolmabahçe Clock Tower was built by Sultan Abdülhamid II between the years 1890-1895 and can be seen at the entryway to the Dolmabahçe Palace.
Taksim Gezi Park Taksim Gezi Park Taksim Gezi Park is an urban park in Taksim Square, in Istanbul's Beyoğlu district.
Panorama 1453 History Museum Panorama 1453 History Museum In 1453 Sultan Mehmed II conquered Constantinople, marking the end of the Byzantine Empire in the area
The Maiden’s Tower The Maiden’s Tower The Maiden’s Tower is located 150-200 meters off the shore of the Salacak district in Üsküdar.
Proje 4L Elgiz Contemporary Art Museum Proje 4L Elgiz Contemporary Art Museum Open since 2001, Proje4L/Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art is a privately-owned non-profit institution dedicated to contemporary art.
The Military Museum The Military Museum The museum initially opened in Saint Irene Church. Later in 1950, it was moved to the First Army Headquarters building in Cumhuriyet Caddesi, Harbiye, not far from Taksim Square in Istanbul.
Classic Car Museum Classic Car Museum The building was designed to house antique automobiles and various vehicles mainly from the nostalgic fifties and sixties in a gleaming modern building built especially for that purpose.
Sakıp Sabancı Museum Sakıp Sabancı Museum The historical building belonged to several high ranked pasha families and khedives, Egyptian governors, from 1848 until 1884, when it was purchased by the Ottoman Treasury on the orders of Sultan Abdülhamid II and presented as a gift to King Nicola I of Montenegro.
Rumelian Castle Rumelian Castle The seventh Ottoman Sultan II. Mehmet wanted to finish what his great-grandfather Bayezid wanted to do, to conquer Constantinople…
Sadberk Hanım Museum Sadberk Hanım Museum The museum occupies two separate buildings of charming 19th century wooden villas. The original building is a three-story plus an attic wooden mansion and whose architecture was inspired by European vernacular traditions.
Can Geyran Seashell Center Can Geyran Seashell Center This center is dedicated to his beloved son Can Geyran, who passed away during a paintball game in October 2007, while he was studying at the VirginiaTech University, U.S.A.
The Toy Museum The Toy Museum The Toy Museum - which was established in an historical pavilion belonging to the family of Sunay Akın, one of Turkey’s most famous writers - awaits you in the neighborhood of Göztepe.