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The foundations of European culture were discovered in Pendik
The 8 thousand 500 years old village located in Istanbul’s Pendik district has aroused enthusiasm in the world of archaeology. According to experts, this is Istanbul’s ‘oldest village’ known to date. ...
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The hidden pearl of the Topkapı Palace: The Harem
It was an ‘education centre’ and a ‘service temple’. But in the end it was the residential quarters of the Sultan... ...
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The Museum Crossed by a Submarine: The Rahmi Koç Museum
The Rahmi Koç Museum is not an ordinary one, it totally subverts the classical notion of museum. Displayed are submarines instead of statues, steam-engine automobiles instead of paintings. ...
37 votes, average: 4.24 out of 537 votes, average: 4.24 out of 537 votes, average: 4.24 out of 537 votes, average: 4.24 out of 537 votes, average: 4.24 out of 5
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The Museum of Innocence
Turkey’s first and so far only Nobel-laureate novelist Orhan Pamuk accomplished yet another ‘first’ by establishing Turkey’s first ‘everyday life museum’: the “Museum of Innocence”. ...
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The Tiled Pavilion Museum
A blue which never fades... a coral red envied even by nature... a golden yellow which inspired the name “glass palace”... ...
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Time of change at the Istanbul Archaeological Museum
Some of the galleries of the İstanbul Archaeological Museums will be closed to the public until September, due to restoration and re-organization work to be carried out in accordance with modern museological practices, worthy of the 21st century. ...
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Witness of all ages: The Chora Museum
The Chora Museum is one of Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire’s greatest gifts not only to Istanbul but to the entire mankind. ...
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Yeşilçam’s Memory
TÜRVAK, the foundation established in 1997 by film director and producer Türker İnanoğlu is like a temple dedicated to Turkish cinematography... ...
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“Equestrian Villa”: The silent witness of history
Atlı Köşk, the “Equestrian Villa” on the Emirgan shore of the Bosporus is nowadays home to the “Sakıp Sabancı Museum”, one of the leading private fine arts museums in Turkey. ...
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