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Küçüksu Palace or Küçüksu Pavilion, is a summer palace in Istanbul, Turkey, situated in the Küçüksu neighborhood of Beykoz district on the Asian shore of the Bosphorus between Anadoluhisarı and the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge. The tiny palace was used by Ottoman sultans for short stays during country excursions and hunting.

Küçüksu Palace or Küçüksu Pavilion, is a summer palace in Istanbul, Turkey, situated in the Küçüksu neighborhood of Beykoz district on the Asian shore of the Bosphorus between Anadoluhisarı and the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge. The tiny palace was used by Ottoman sultans for short stays during country excursions and hunting.

Bir Başka İstanbul: Ömer Muz: Resmettiğim İstanbul, Sait Faikin, Orhan Velinin, Salah Birselin İstanbulu...

Ömer Muz: "Resmettiğim İstanbul, Sait Faik’in, Orhan Veli’nin, Salah Birsel’in İstanbul’u...

Ömer Muz: "Resmettiğim İstanbul, Sait Faik’in, Orhan Veli’nin, Salah Birsel’in İstanbul’u.

Istanbul - Topkapı Palace

The Baghdad Kiosk (in Turkish: Bağdad Köşkü) in the Harem of the Topkapi Palace, the Ottoman palace in Istanbul's Sultanahmet district. It was built to commemorate teh Baghdad Campaign of Murad IV after

Istanbul, Turkey:  The Aya Sophia was built at the direction of Emperor Justine in the 6th century and has served as both Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Church -- and for nearly 1000 years the largest in the world, until St Peter’s basilica was built. In 1453 the Ottoman Empire conquered Constantinople and renamed it Istanbul and at this point Süleyman the Magnificent transformed the then church into a mosque, added the minarets and changed the name to Aya Sofia.  by MichaelLevy

Hagia Sophia, now known as the Ayasophya Museum, is a former Greek Orthodox patriarchal basilica (church) and later an imperial mosque in Instanbul, Turkey. It is considered one of the greatest and most beautiful buildings in history.

Istanbul: Gardens | Flowers line the houses along the street leading towards Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque

Flowers line the houses along the street leading towards Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque Istanbul: Gardens / by Nomadic Vision Photography

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