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Alman Çeşmesi (German Fountain)
Located in Sultanahmet Square, the German Fountain (Turkish: Alman Çeşmesi) was a present from the German Emperor Wilhelm II. ...
30 votes, average: 4.80 out of 530 votes, average: 4.80 out of 530 votes, average: 4.80 out of 530 votes, average: 4.80 out of 530 votes, average: 4.80 out of 5
30 votes
Arasta Çarşısı (Arasta Bazaar)
Located behind the Sultanahmet Mosque, the Arasta Çarşı was built in the same period and served as a shopping center. ...
5 votes, average: 3.80 out of 55 votes, average: 3.80 out of 55 votes, average: 3.80 out of 55 votes, average: 3.80 out of 55 votes, average: 3.80 out of 5
5 votes
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”. ...
16 votes, average: 4.56 out of 516 votes, average: 4.56 out of 516 votes, average: 4.56 out of 516 votes, average: 4.56 out of 516 votes, average: 4.56 out of 5
16 votes
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. ...
64 votes, average: 4.42 out of 564 votes, average: 4.42 out of 564 votes, average: 4.42 out of 564 votes, average: 4.42 out of 564 votes, average: 4.42 out of 5
64 votes
Ayasofya Hürrem Sultan Hamamı (Ayasofya Hurrem Sultan Turkish Bath)
Ayasofya Hurrem Sultan Hamam, also known as The Haseki Hamam was built in 1556 by the wife of Süleyman the Great, Hürrem Sultan, under the direction of the architect Sinan. ...
29 votes, average: 3.97 out of 529 votes, average: 3.97 out of 529 votes, average: 3.97 out of 529 votes, average: 3.97 out of 529 votes, average: 3.97 out of 5
29 votes
Binbirdirek Sarnıcı (Binbirdirek Cistern)
To the west of the hippodrome, the Binbirdirek Cistern (Turkish: Binbirdirek Sarnıcı) is the second largest cistern in Istanbul. Built in the 4th Century, the cistern is supported by 224 columns. ...
25 votes, average: 4.04 out of 525 votes, average: 4.04 out of 525 votes, average: 4.04 out of 525 votes, average: 4.04 out of 525 votes, average: 4.04 out of 5
25 votes
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. ...
51 votes, average: 4.10 out of 551 votes, average: 4.10 out of 551 votes, average: 4.10 out of 551 votes, average: 4.10 out of 551 votes, average: 4.10 out of 5
51 votes
Çemberlitaş (Constantine’s Column)
Amongst Istanbul’s many charms, Constantine’s Column ( Turkish: Çemberlitaş) was erected by the Emperor Constantine on Istanbul’s second hill (there are seven) in 330 C.E. Also known as the Burnt Column (Turkish: Yanık Sütun), it was constructed from 8 separate columns - each weighing three tons and measuring three meters in diameter - which were placed one on top of another, joined by bands, and mounted on a pedestal. The existing column is shorter than the original. ...
47 votes, average: 4.53 out of 547 votes, average: 4.53 out of 547 votes, average: 4.53 out of 547 votes, average: 4.53 out of 547 votes, average: 4.53 out of 5
47 votes
Çemberlitaş Hamamı (Cemberlitas Turkish Bath)
The Çemberlitaş Hamam, has been standing on the Divanyolu on the historical peninsula since 1584. ...
14 votes, average: 4.50 out of 514 votes, average: 4.50 out of 514 votes, average: 4.50 out of 514 votes, average: 4.50 out of 514 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5
14 votes
Dikilitaş (Egyptian Obelisk)
The obelisk was first set up by Tutmoses III (1479–1425 BC) in the great temple of Karnak. The Roman emperor Constantine (337-361 AD) ...
33 votes, average: 4.27 out of 533 votes, average: 4.27 out of 533 votes, average: 4.27 out of 533 votes, average: 4.27 out of 533 votes, average: 4.27 out of 5
33 votes
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