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Places To See in Sultanahmet Square

Sultanahmet Square is one of the places to visit in Istanbul. Sultanahmet, which is one of the biggest gates opening to the city, wakes Istanbul every morning with the rumble voice rising from the center of the city. Tourists who come to this beautiful city, first of all want to...

The Million Stone: Center of the World

The Million Stone (Zero Stone) was the center of the Earth in antiquity and was regarded as the zero point of Rome. Million Stone is considered to be the starting point of all ancient Roman roads to the city of Constantinople in the Byzantine Empire. Million Stone was also the...

History of Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia, considered as the first and last unique application in terms of architecture, magnificence, size and functionality; It is a product of eastern-western synthesis, which has been inspired by the idea of ​​the Ottoman mosques. This work is among the most important monuments of the world's architectural history that...

Meeting Point of Cultures Sultanahmeet

Sultanahmet, which had been the capital of great empires such as Byzantium and Ottoman Empire; one of the most important tourist destinations that still maintains its validity today! Sultanahmet, where millions of tourists visit every day; It is one of the most important tourist destinations of Turkey. Hagia Sophia Museum,...

The Mysterious of Basilica Cistern

Basilica Cistern or Yerebatan Palace is located in Istanbul's Sultanahmet district. It was built under the Stoa Basilica, which was built as a center of commerce, justice and art between the 3rd and 4th centuries. First constructed by Emperor Constantine, the small building was rebuilt by Emperor Justinian in the...

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Turkish Bath

> The first Ottoman bath was built at 1336 in Bursa and the first public bath was Çemberlitaş Hamami built in Istanbul at 1584. > The "hamam" word came from the Arabic word "ham". It means to be warm or hot. > According to the belief, to keep the body...

The Most Beautiful Streets of Sultanahmet

Sultanahmet, which is the nose of the Istanbul Historical Peninsula that meets with the Bosphorus, has become a very important settlement throughout the written history. Some of Istanbul's most beautiful historical streets and squares are located in Sultanahmet. Istanbul was founded in B.C 638 and has a history of about...

The Blue Mosque

One of the most important monuments of the 17th century, The Blue Mosque is a masterpiece which was built by Mimar Sinan. It developed by Architect Sedefkâr Mehmet Ağa who became pioneer of Turkish architecture after Mimar Sinan. Sultan I.Ahmet, the founder of the Blue Mosque, ascend the throne as...

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