99 Things To Do In Istanbul
99 Things To Do In Istanbul
There are many places to visit and see, many things to do in Istanbul, which has been home to the greatest civilizations of the world, has engraved the word "all roads lead to Istanbul" into history, and has been really the 'center of the world' for a long time. It's not like exploring Istanbul can fit in a few days, a few weeks or months. There are tourist guides and lists of places to visit for Istanbul, where another history and another story emerge from under every stone you lift, every dig you hit. These lists, which are generally similar to each other, list the places that tourists who have come to visit Istanbul can see in a short period of time.
This list is mostly intended for those living in Istanbul or long-term visitors to discover the details that make the city itself. It's like a modest answer to the question of who passed here before us, what they left with, what stories they left with. Or a small but accurate part of their response. This city, which has been a fortress of diametrically opposed civilizations and has always been glorified, still stands today, even though it is fighting for its survival. Knowing him is a debt to Istanbul for those who live with him. It means Istanbul; sometimes the course of mimosas, sometimes the discovery of historical ruins. Many places and things to do from the Anatolian side to the European side are on this list. Embrace this adventure with your lover, your wife, or your family. The bride let her explore it together...
1. Explore the Golden Horn fortifications, land fortifications and Marmara fortifications. Walk through the ramparts.
Take a breath at the locations where the Latins entered the city in 1204 and the Turks in 1453. Learn the story of Cebe Ali's Crooked gate, the only living gate of the Golden Horn Walls, whose name eventually changed to Cibali.
2. Learn about the 7 hills of Istanbul. Visit the monumental structures on it.
In fact, it is Rome, not Istanbul, that is founded on 7 Hills. When Constantine the Great moved the capital of the Roman Empire from Rome to Istanbul in 330, he adapted the Legends of 7 hills, such as many institutions and structures, and the elevations at the edge of the Golden Horn were declared as hills. These hills include:
2. Nuruosmaniye-Çemberlitaş region
3. Suleymaniye-Beyazıt region
4. Fatih Mosque
5. Yavuz Selim Camin
6. Edirne, the district where Mihrimah Sultan Mosque is located
7. Kocamustafapaşa district
3. Track down Mimar Sinan. Find out the secret of the mausoleum in Sulaymaniyah. Discover the beauty of their small mosque
The view from the top of the tomb is in The Shape of a jib, a symbol of architecture in the modern era. In the panorama of Merchior Lorics, a vague Compass can be selected on the turban in the portrait, which is presumed to belong to Mimar Sinan.
4. See the beauties of the Rüstempaşa mosque hidden on the outskirts of Suleymaniye.
This was voted the most beautiful mosque in Europe in 2003. This is the most proportioned Mosque of Mimar Sinan and its interior decoration is the most beautiful. Despite its small scale it is assertive, its tiles inside are unique.
5. Climb up to Aydos Hill on the roof of Istanbul.
Visit Aydos Castle, built by the Byzantines.
6. Descend from the roof of Istanbul to the basement. Explore Istanbul underground. Visit the cisterns of a thousand masts and the Earth.
Part of Dan Brown's novel hell is set in Istanbul. The most important place is the Basilica Cistern. You can see the head of the Gorgon (Medusa) depicted in great detail at the end of the book.
Know that underground Istanbul is not limited to this. You can find a huge world under a carpet store. Beneath the Nakkaş carpet store located in Sultanahmet Nakilbent Street is the oldest art gallery in the world. 5.you do not need permission to enter this cistern, which is dated as a century.
A recently discovered cistern and tunnel also emerged under the Nuruosmaniye Mosque. 420 trucks of slime were removed from this cistern, which was noticed during the restoration of the mosque.The cistern, consisting of 12 rooms and 19 compartments, also forms the foundation of the mosque. The well in this Cistern has 1 drainage system which extends to Eminönü.
7. Explore the ulema district.
Vefa-Suleymaniye-Small Sunday will soon undergo a big transformation. Make sure to visit these districts, which are now their last brews.
8. Discover the oldest example of civil architecture in Istanbul on Galata Banker Street.
The Galata Assembly building, founded in 1314, was built before the tower. It is one of the oldest parliament buildings in Europe.
9. Take a mimosa cruise in the islands.
Spring is the ideal time for this.
10. Visit Heybeliada Terk-I Dünya Church while you are on your way to the islands.
The Heybeliada Terk-I Dünya Church is perhaps the most out of sight among the Orthodox churches in Istanbul. This is some sort of seclusion church. It is an excellent destination and route for hiking and visiting, especially at the start of spring. Mimosa time is recommended to go.
11. Tour the Fort. While visiting Rumeli Fortress, read Nedim Gürsel's Boğazkesen. Visit Çandarlı Halil Tower.
Do not neglect Abdulhak Şinasi Hisar of Has Fort.
12. Discover the "tastes"of Istanbul. There are still beautiful places around the coast.
Everyone knows Hacı Bekir, but since 1865 Tahtakale has had a historical akideci Altan nap. Three Stars At The Beyoglu Fish Market. It has been in the same place since 1926 with its jam, sugar and delight. Again, Tahtakale'de round head candy candies famous for the same place has been serving for years. The Famous Baby Marzipan, which must be bought not by weight but only by grain, was opened in 1904. When you say marzipan Cemilzade should not be given credit. They have been in service since 1883. Not by weight, but by grain. Cafer Erol in Kadıköy is also a separate school. They have been doing this work for 215 years since 1807. The Baylan in Kadıköy is also famous for Adisababa and Kup Griyye. Istanbul is a gift to us from the Levantines.
13. Get on the throat motor between the fortresses. Bebek, Arnavutköy, Anadoluhisarı, Kandilli take a journey between asude.
14. April-May is the time of erguvan in the Bosporus. Hop on the beggar's steamer and watch the beauty of the mora-cut throat.
Mihrabad Grove on Kanlıca ridges is one of the most beautiful places of this. Find out why Erguvan color is important to Byzantine emperors.
15. Join the thousands of Muslims or Orthodox who climbed the hill of Büyükada Aya Yorgi on April 23. Your votive candidate, make a wish.
It is essential to walk barefoot from the beach to the top and draw coloured threads.
16. Press the pedal through the northern forests without extinction. We'll feel your absence in the future.
17. Watch Dec decidedly "Ah güzel Istanbul"if you haven't watched it, watch it again sometime.
18. Welcome to spring at the Fenerbahce Cape. Erguvans, çınarlar, Memorial servis, crazy olives are always there.
This place has been an inspiration to all dem painters.
"Yesterday I saw Fenerbahçe
Spring was in a large emerald " - Yahya Kemal
19. Be sure to visit the scribes and watch the book auctions. Read Istanbul.
20. Learn to separate the acorn from the fruit and the toric from the cofana. Istanbul means fish.
21. Hagia Sophia 1.See Mahmut Library's masterpiece door handle. "Ya Fettah"
22. Go to Ashiyan. Visit Fikret's House and the graves of sentence poets. Remember his poems.
You can visit Tezer Özlü, Turgut Uyar, Orhan Veli Kanik, Cihat Arman, Özdemir Asaf, Attila Ilhan, Münir Nurettin Selçuk, Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar, Yahya Kemal Beyatli.
23. Find out about other religions, other places of worship and their interesting stories in this city.
Hz.Visit the Tur-I Sina Church in Balat, which is protected by the hand of Muhammad, and find out its story.
24. Make sure you go on the moonlight course once. It's a centuries-old tradition. July-August-September 13-14. don't miss the day.
Sultan 1, who has no children and always goes on the course of Moonlight. Mahmut says," I couldn't get enough of two things, one son, two months."..
Moonlight has even been reflected in our architectural tradition, and towers called cihannüma or mehtabiye have been added to the mansions.
In summer, City Lines make Moonlight flights from Moda to Anadolu Kavağı on Saturday evenings.
25. Tour kariye. Learn the story of the unfortunate Maria Palailogos, set in one of the unique mosaics.
26. Visit the bloody church built by Maria Palailogos in Fener.
After the conquest of Istanbul, all domed churches were converted into mosques. The only exception is the Mary of the Mongols or the bloody church on the backs of the Lantern.
27. Explore the quiet streets of Istanbul (if left). You can use this book, which is written in the eyes of a guide, a literary scholar.
28. Get up to Galata Tower. Look at the historic harbour and the historic peninsula, which has been watched by observers for hundreds of years.
Think of Hezarfen Ahmet Çelebi.
29. Linden blooms in the groves in June. The bitter smell of Linden spreads across the city. Enjoy the woods.
Especially Hidiv Grove is a beautiful place to go and see. The linden trees are magnificent.
30. Visit the dungeons of Anemas, the Bastille of Byzantium. This place is also one of the immutable sets of Turkish cinema.
31. Make sure you go to Piyer Loti. It might be a good idea to get off by cable car on your way out and get off on foot on your way out.
See the house where Loti stayed in Çemberlitaş and the inscription of Necmettin Okyay.
32. On a feast morning in Sulaymaniyah, watch this view from the terrace and greet the sun. With Yahya Kemal...
33. Explore Kuzguncuk, where three religions meet. Remember Daddy.
Raki at Ismet Baba, or tea at Çınaraltı, according to the law on the beach.
34. Let the muvakkithanlarının and sun clocks.
Of course, Tanpınar, of course, read the Institute for setting hours.
35. Learn the story of the small Hagia Sophia, which was made in Italy and Germany, which is 5 years older than Hagia Sophia.
This is a mosque that is the mandatory residence of a pope in Istanbul. Be sure to see the neighborhood, the mosque and the courtyard. It is a beautiful neighborhood on the edge of Istanbul.
36. While you're at it, Erol Taş coffee and Galley pool coffee are the places to go in the district coffees, here for a coffee.
37. Visit Huseyin Rahmi Gürpınar house in Heybeliada.
Wonder how Gürpınar spent 31 years in this dreary mansion. He died in 1944 as an old and sick man in this mansion during the most difficult days of the war. It sure is cold in the winter. She never married and kept writing and knitting lace. Her laces are still on display in the museum.
38. Visit the Tomb of Simavna Kadsioğlu Sheikh Bedrettin. He sleeps in cağaloğlu. By reading Nazim Hikmet's saga of Sheikh Bedreddin, of course.
Body 2. It is at the shrine of Mahmut. The body of Bedreddin, who was executed in serez, was buried here by a special decree in 1961. Because this is the state necropolis, and when he was executed, he bore the title of Rumeli Kazaskeri.
39. See the English Church of Crimea, the only anglo-Saxon church in Istanbul.
Galata Serdar-ı Ekrem Street, built by the British during the Crimean War, is a unique place that resembles a Scottish-English town church in everything.
40. Get lost in the Grand Bazaar. Visit Cevahir Bedesteni, Zincirli Khan, inner Cebeci Khan. Drink tea in the courtyard of the inner Cebeci Khan.
Needless to say, Oriental coffee?
41. Eat fish bread as a blessed fast-food. Find out the reasons for the city's conversation with fish and acorns.
Acorn is the main food item since this city was founded. Lahernai means Bonito in Byzantium. The old name of the present Ayvansaray district, Blahernai, takes its name from the bonito beds here. There were so many fish that Konstantiniyya never went hungry.
42. There are only 3 seniors in Istanbul, you are mistaken if you think there is competition. Know the 4 great teams of Byzantium, the Blues, the Greens, the Reds, the Whites. They greet you at the Sultanahmet Mosaic Museum.
These four teams have fallen to two over time. The tradition continued in the Ottoman Empire. Cabbage and Gumbo. Even the Sultans were fans. Sometimes these teams spearheaded riots. The museum is currently under restoration and may be closed, but it is a must-visit venue.
43. Say hello to a possible Viking warrior, Havldan, who came to our city 1000 years ago in Hagia Sophia.
As a man of nature, he must have been bored with the dreary religious rituals in Hagia Sophia. He carved his name out of boredom.
44. See the one-of-a-kind Stefan Sveti Church, made of cast iron in Vienna and assembled in Istanbul
45. Visit Galata Mevlevihane. Salute those who are silent in khamushan.
Know Hün-ü love. Listen to the serahfeza Mevlevi ritual-which Tanpınar frequently mentions in Huzur.
46. Istanbul's most beautiful picnic is held in spring at Heybeliada Değirmenburnu without too many crowds.
Sea-Forest-mill-Spoonhead, everything is in front of you.
47. Follow the trail of a great French poet whose umbilical cord was cut off in Galata, Paris, on Banks Street.
This great poet was an ardent Jacobite at the age of 32 when he handed his head to the guillotine in 1792. 70 years after Chenier was beheaded, 1 floor was added to the building where he was born in the 1860s and the first building of the Ottoman Bank was built here. That's where the street comes from. While moving to his new building, built by architect Aleksanr Vallury in the 1890s, Vallury printed an inscription on the facade of the building in memory of his beloved Andre Chenier. The inscription says Chenier was born in this building in 1760. After reading Cheiner's life, you can go and see the inscription.
48. Trace the traces of our fellow countrymen before us in the city, even though it does not exist today. Like the Arcadius column.
Know that such a monument exists on the side of Cerrahpasa, at least see its base, which has its balance. The oldest known map of Istanbul dated 1430 shows the column of Arcadius at Boundelmonti. Today, there is nothing left in Kocamustafapaşa except the pedestal, which is trapped between houses.
49. Explore the tahtakale Balkapanı Inn, the city's honey store, and the thousands of years old Byzantine cistern beneath it.
Rumour has it that there is even a road from here to Hagia Sophia.
50. Visit the Ottoman Khans in the Coral slope and Tahtakale region. Great mother Khan, Great New Khan, individually beautiful...
Every inn has its own story. Explore their history and stories while you're traveling.
51. Go to Fener Greek Patriarchate. The church which is always open, in part Hz.See the column where Jesus is said to have been flogged.
Said to have been completed in 30 years by two masters, the iconastasion is extraordinary.
52. Eat yogurt in Kanlıca, but first go to the Mihrabat Grove. It's the most beautiful part of the throat. Weekday mornings are recommended.
There is a lovely mosque by Mimar Sinan in the small square. See also Iskenderpaşa Mosque and muvakkithanesi.
53. See the only Tuğra made in Hagia Sophia with Byzantine style material and technique, Sultan Abdülmecit Tuğra.
This Tugra was collected from the Tesserae (mosaic fragments) poured from the Byzantine mosaics and made by the Fossatis as a gift to the Sultan.
54. Take small walks through the quiet streets of the Boğaziçi districts. Kanlıca, Anadoluhisarı, Rumelihisarı, Yeniköy, Salacak...
55. Visit Ayvansaray Virgin Mary Church, one of the holiest churches in Istanbul for the Orthodox.
It's always open to visitors. Muslim, Orthodox everyone visits. It is a very good word in the frost. "Wash not only your face, but also your sins" means the same when read backwards.
56. Visit Dimitri Kantemir house in Fener, find out who Kantemiroğlu is. Know your place in music history today.
The balance of this pavilion is still standing and it was opened to visit nearby as a museum in Fener.
57. Know the bales. This Armenian architect family spent 4 generations building Istanbul, 19.it marked the architecture of the century.
It is a family that has built mosques, palaces, palaces, mansions, villas, public buildings, and then gone into oblivion.
58. Wake the day against the sea very early on a weekday morning. It'll be fashionable, it'll be great.
59. Visit Beyoğlu postacılar Street, which at the end of which Pera has the narrowest path.
At the end of the street, you will suddenly encounter Pera's most spacious square, do not be surprised. 3 in the Square, which Marx described as a caricature of Napoleon Bonaparte. There's a courthouse built by Napoleon. Outside the building, Louis (3. Napoleon), author of justice and power.
60. Know the artisan restaurants on the edge.
Istanbul is a city with many dining alternatives. One of the most beautiful restaurants in Istanbul is Asitane. It is a real oasis next to the Kariye Museum. 16.keep from the Ottoman cuisine of the Century 20.it has an extensive menu up to the century. If you set yourself down from kariye towards Balat, there is Arvavut, a Meatball Shop on the beach. They've been meat loafing in the same place for several generations since 1937. When you turn from here and go to Alibeykoy, the Southern Buru House in the bazaar, liver and garbage skewers work wonders. Right at the back of the mosque opposite you can taste the most beautiful balkan pump in Istanbul.
61. Make sure you see the Archaeological Museum. Especially the Byzantine section awaits those who want to learn the history of the city.
62. Museum of Turkish Islamic works, see Ibrahim Pasha Palace. Visit the unique collection at the museum and have tea on the terrace.
The landscape is unique. From that terrace for hundreds of years, many Sultans, including Kanuni, watched the festivities and ceremonies in the square.
63. Libraries are pleasant reading places about Istanbul. Gülhane Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar Library is recommended.
64. Visit churches and mosques. Some are almost 1,000 years old. Kalenderhane, ex Imaret, Molla, Gürani and others.
65. Take a walk around the Valens Arches connecting the two hills. Take a look at the women's market right at the bottom.
Tea is recommended at the women's market and at the bottom of the arch.
66. See Istanbul's only Burmese minaret mosque in the park at saraçhane.
The only Burmese minaret mosque in the Seljuqi style of Istanbul is the Burmese mosque dated 1540, with its back against the Şehzadebaşı mosque. Many elements of the mosque inside the Şehzadebaşı Park are thought to have been taken from the nearby Ayios Poliektos Church.
67. Track down the Poles in Istanbul. See polonezköy and Dolapdere Adam Mickiewicz Museum.
Mickiewicz is Poland's national hero. His house in Dolapdere, Istanbul, where he came as an exile, is today a museum. The Cherry Festival is held every year in mid-June in polonezköy.
68. Büyükada Rum Orphanage is also a must-see Place. There's no other example in the world.
The largest feature of the building, which has been empty for 50 years, is that it is the largest in Europe and the second largest wooden building in the world. You can't go in, but it's nice to see it around.
69. Visit the streets where Kavafis grew up in Yeniköy. Some have been the same for 50 years. The Straits have beautiful streets leading down to the sea.
Listening to the strings of Kavafis at Emek Cafe on the beach and drinking tea can also be nice.
70. See the mansions built for work and pleasure at Topkapı Palace. Baghdad and Revan mansions are beautiful.
Iftariye Köşk next to it is a different beauty.
71. The most beautiful sunset is watched from Salacak. Blow the day from here. The maiden's Tower would be a bonus.
72. To better understand the place of water in urban life, know water structures, fountains, fountains, fountains.
It is now used outside most purposes, and even though some of it has been buffet...
73. In connection with Hagia Sophia 1. The fountain built by Mahmud is truly unique. Be sure to check out.
Iron nets are like lace. In their realm, the verse" we created everything from water " is written as a summary of the monument.
74. Look in front of Istanbul Boys ' High School on the anniversary of the Gallipoli victory, a circuit has disappeared.
That's why they stayed yellow and black. This is a 100-year mourning victory. The nation's generation of intellectuals is gone. The sound of those young saplings still echoes in these corridors. Who knows how to hear...
75. Walk to Kalpazankaya in burgazadasi. Stop by Sait Faik's House on the way back.
Blow your soul with the Milföy dessert of Ergün pastry on the beach.
76. See the Church of St. John the Baptist (Ioannes Prodromos), the largest church in burgasada. He has a very interesting story.
The islands were a place of exile in the Byzantine period. 9.century.the priest Metodios, a supporter of Da ikona, was exiled here in 834 after suffering various tortures and put in the same grave-cell as the 2 killers. It fills a full 7 years ordeal in a 2x2 metre-sized cell under the ground. It survives with fish given by a fisherman. By 842, when The Last anti-icon Emperor Theofilos died and was replaced by his wife Theodora, Metodios was pardoned and even declared patriarch. The cell where metodios filled his ordeal is still under the church today. After Metodios became patriarch, he asked that a church be built on this cell in the name of John the Baptist and gave it to the Greek fishing village.
77. Cihangir mosque salutes you with the most beautiful face of the historical peninsula from its ridges. Go watch.
78. One of the most beautiful museums in Istanbul is the Sabancı Museum. His constant collection is extraordinary. The view is extra nice.
Find out why it's called the horse Lodge.
79. It's customary to drink tea in Emirgan. That's what we saw from our elders.
Sait Faik, Özdemir Asaf, Sabahattin Eyüboğlu Emirgan...
Also know the history of the neighborhood. The Emir of Revan (Yerevan), which gives its name to Emirgan district, is Emir Güneş. 4. Murat took the Emir, who delivered the city without a fight, and brought him to Istanbul, and bestowed vast lands in this district.
80. Anyone who wants to read about Istanbul is recommended to the Istanbul Research Institute Library.
Each floor is a separate cycle.
81. Be sure to see the Aynali (Europe) passage at Galatasaray. It's still Beyoglu's jewelry box, even if it's a little corrupt.
There are many antique dealers. Since it is a narrow passage, its walls are mirrored. The karyatid sculptures on the upper floor are very beautiful.
82. See Trotsky's mansion in Büyükada.
This was also one of the main venues of the last biennial. The architect of the pavilion is Dimadis. Dimadis is also the architect of the Fener Greek school. Architectural likeness already gives itself away.
83. Take a walk in Gulhane Park. This used to be a zoo and concert venue. Within the Park is a view of the Tanzimat Museum.
The remains of the Byzantine-era orphanage of St. Paul in the park will be of interest to you. The Goths column at the end of the park is considered one of the oldest columns, even if it cannot be accurately dated. On the column he writes FORTUNAE REDUCI ob DEVICTUS GOTHOS (to Fortuna, who returned due to the defeat of the Goths). It is attributed to Constantin the great.
84. Trace the city's standing and non-standing columns. Wonder not only what is visible, but what is missing.
The only map of pre-conquest Istanbul to date belongs to Cristoforo Boundelmonti. The map shows the major monuments of the city. Most of them are still standing.
It's 1422. First of all, the Hagia Sophia. It's more like The Venetian Church of San Marco. Due to the fact that boundelmonte is Italian. Next to it is the racecourse, which is two-dimensional and designated with external contours. It may be related to the pre-conquest ruins. The column in front of Hagia Sophia and the statue on it are the column and Statue of Jüstinyanus, which have not survived to the present day. The column right next to it is still standing. The cross on the only difference was removed after the conquest. It's A Circle Stone. The column was inaugurated on 11 May 330 with a statue of Constantin on it, with the city declared as its capital. The following column is probably the present girth or marcianus column. You know, he's up. The statue that should have been on the column is today in the town of Barletta in Italy. Only the base of the last column remains today. It is the column of Arcadius, the most glorious of them all. It is on the side of Cerrahpasa. The large structure that appears on the surface of Edirne is undoubtedly the blahernai Palace or Tekfur palace complex. The building in Ayvansaray, where the walls corner, is the Church of the Virgin Mary, known as the most holy place after Hagia Sophia.
85. The starting point of the world was not Greenwich, but Sultanahmet. See the starting point of the world in Sultanahmet.
The Zero Kilometer (million) monument was considered the center of the Earth. Distances were measured accordingly. The word that all roads lead to Rome changed after Constantinople became the capital of the Roman Empire, so that all roads lead to Constantnopolis.
The column of the Millionarium Aerium, located right next to the collosium in Rome, is considered to be the Zero Kilometer of the world and the distances were calculated from here. When the capital moved to Istanbul, The Million Monument next to the Hippodrome was considered the center of the world. All distances to the east and West were measured by triangulation from here. The monument was built by Constantin the Great, the founder of the city. There is a marble column located directly opposite Hagia Sophia.
86. See the world's oldest university in Sultanahmet.
When we are asked What is the oldest university in the world, we think of Oxford, Cambridge. The oldest university in the world, however, is the University of Constantinople, which was founded 300 years before these
British universities. This institution, which started its educational activities under the roof of Magnarua Palace, located to the north-east of the Grand Palace in 856, was officially founded 1150 years ago and is the oldest university in the universe, still standing today, even though it has only its foundations.
87. Know the almost impossible stories in the construction of Hagia Sophia. Find out who created this engineering marvel.
Looking at Hagia Sophia from a distance, it looks like a bulky elephant. But that wasn't the case when it was first made. This appearance happened over time. The main problem is incorrect static calculation and construction activity done in a hurry. 6.it's a huge building that was finished in only 5 years in the century. Christinian, who built the church, pressured the architects Isidoros and Antemius to finish a magnificent building in a very short time. Easing the building is essential. Therefore, a special mud is brought all the way from Rhodes. This is made of bricks with mud. Before the bricks and joints are completely dry, dome construction is started. The bricks dried by the pressure of the dome cause the building to open from the sides over time. Therefore, the Dome has repeatedly collapsed or cracked.
88. Watch him from a hill once in a while when you're decamped in the city. Sometimes the best Love Is Love from afar.
89. Look for spices from all over the world, a variety of marshmallows and confections in the Egyptian Bazaar.
The arcade is in L form. There is a balcony just around the corner. This balcony is the seat of the bazaar Emin. See here.
90. See the almost 115-year-old New Fashion Pharmacy in fashion. Take a trip through the time warp.
It's a nice place with everything. It has been in place since 1902. He has seen 3 Sultans and 12 Presidents.
91. See Kalamış for a sweet peace of mind. Know that cafes were once kiosks and that families lived there.
2. Botter, who is the Tailor of Abdulhamit, bought a land in Kalamış for 60 thousand cents in 1884 and Built 4 summer mansions into it. Only one of them is standing. All the building materials of this pavilion, which is used as a restaurant today, were brought from Italy. The Masters are all strangers, too.
92. Know that the obelisk in Sultanahmet is located in only a few Capitals in the world. London, Paris, Rome, Istanbul...
The obelisk you see in sultanahmet Square today is 60% of its true form. 40% of the stone is not visible today. The reason for this was that the stone, which was removed from the Karnak Temple and brought to Istanbul by ship, was too large and long for boats to carry. 15 BC.this monument belonging to Century Pharaoh 3. It is a sundial dedicated to tutmosis. 2 in 357. Although it was brought to Yenikapı port by Constantius thedossius, it was kept in the port for 40 years. However, in 390, during the reign of Thedosius, he was brought from Yenikapı to Sultanahmet with a thousand difficulties and this difficult work is depicted on the pedestal.
93. As much as it turns into a commercial enterprise, appreciate the Maiden Tower.
If you pass by on the ferry, throw bagels to the gulls.
94. Know and see the Istanbul of Dec Guler, Attila Ilhan, Vedat Türkali. They indicate that man will not be exhausted.
"You won again, Istanbul
I lost you win" A.Ilhan
95. If you can, make a trip to the Bosphorus on the beggar's steamer and see the villas lying along the coast.
But the most special is Amcazade mansion in Anadoluhisarı, which is undoubtedly the oldest wooden palace. This 317-year-old palace has been in restoration for a long time.
96. See Coldplay Street. The victim of the desire to open a square is the balance of a neighborhood, Hagia Sophia neighborhood.
97. Go down Nakılbent Street at the end of Sultanahmet Square and see the huge retaining walls of the Hippodrome.
These walls will give you an idea of the grandeur of the Racecourse.
98. See the lonely forts at the exit of the Strait. Rumeli Lighthouse forts and Yoros in Anatolia Kavağı still stand.
99. Finally, let's listen to Karacaoğlan.:
"The one who came before us. Who's there when we're not around?"