Istanbul in Time

8500 Yıl (8500 Years)
Istanbul, a city that hosted many cultures and people throughout centuries, carried the history of settlements in the Historic Peninsula back to about 8500 years by the ongoing excavations held at the Yenikapı Neolithic settlement. ...
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Aya Irini Kilisesi (Hagia Irene Church)
Built during the same period as its neighbor the Hagia Sophia, the name of this church in Greek means “Godly” or “Holy Wisdom”. ...
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Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia)
The Hagia Sophia was constructed three different times on the same spot and carries the distinction of being the largest Byzantine Church built in Istanbul. ...
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Beyazıt Hamamı (Beyazıt Turkish Bath)
The Beyazıt Hamam is one of Istanbul’s largest hamams ...
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Büyük Saray Mozaikleri Müzesi (Great Palace Mosaic Museum)
The Mosaic Museum was constructed to preserve a surviving portion of mosaic covering the courtyard of the Great Palace of the Byzantine Emperors which was uncovered during archaeological excavations in 1950’s in the Arasta Çarşı. ...
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Cağaloğlu Hamamı (Cagaloglu Turkish Bath)
Located in Sultanahmet, it is also one of Istanbul’s biggest hamams although its architects remain unknown... ...
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Çardaklı Hamam (Cardakli Turkish Bath)
The Çardaklı Hamam, located between Kadirga and Sultanahmet, was built in 1503. ...
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Çemberlitaş Hamamı (Cemberlitas Turkish Bath)
The Çemberlitaş Hamam, has been standing on the Divanyolu on the historical peninsula since 1584. ...
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Çinili Hamam (Cinili Turkish Bath)
The Çinili Hamam, located in Üsküdar, was built by Kösem Sultan in 1640. ...
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Crosscontinental Bridges of Istanbul
Undoubtedly one of the most significant attributes of Istanbul’s city structure are its two crosscontinental bridges. ...
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