Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge

čak├Ây section of the Northern Marmara Motorway project. more

Electronica Festival ─░stanbul 2017

more

Land Ahoy!

shady murders, great loves, and beginnings and farewells. more

Doublethink: Double Vision

more

Mersad Berber: An Allegory of Bosnia

more

Harbor

formed into a modern museum building right in the area known as the Port of Istanbul. more

Urartian Jewellery Collection Exhibition

re more

Nonspaces

more

Roger Ballen: Retrospective

more

Madame Tussauds Istanbul

more

Dialogue in Silence

more

People Attract People

from Turkey, the photographs of Turkey shot over a period of eighty years. more

Masters of Cinema in Turkey: L├╝tfi Akad

more

Hilton ─░stanbul Bosphorus Lobby Lounge & Bar

more

Veranda Bar&Terrace

more

Al Bushra Restaurant

more

Bosphorus Terrace Restaurant

more

Portaxe

all types of organizations with its closed and open areas. more

Sait Halim Pasha Mansion

s, meetings, conferences, weddings, gala dinners, special events and more with the history and 19th-century Ottoman culture experience in the heart of Istanbul. more

The Seed

more

Turkish Past─▒rma wrapped mozzarella cheese recipe from Executive Chef Alexis Atlamazoglu, Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus

more

Haluska recipe from Ahmet Arslan, Hilton Istanbul Kozyata─č─▒

more

Artists in Their Time

f time. more

Saltwater

with IKSV. more

Bangarra Dance Theatre – ‘Spirit’

er 40,000 years of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture infused with contemporary movement. more

Kebap Tasting recipe from Chef Yannis Manikis, Hilton Bomonti

more

Movie Joy with Gaggenau at Bosphorus

more

Salon IKSV

more

Intersecting Worlds

ntalist Painting Collection. more

Beyazg├╝l Dance Show

more

Legoland

more

Flying Fruit Fly Circus

more

The Arts of Book and Calligraphy Collection

čk (Horse Mansion) with a new design and a contemporary display more

The Building Information Centre (YEM)

more

Turkish Painting from the Ottoman Reformation to the Republic

Istanbul during the later years of the Ottoman Empire. more

“Past and Future”

memory, and their role in shaping the future by their commitment to collecting and preserving works of art. more

Sahi ─░stanbul

more

Stuffed Melon recipe from Chef Kadir Y─▒lmaz, The Matbah Restaurant

more

Hac─▒ Bozan O─čullar─▒ Restaurant

ustomers with quality service in Marmara Hall, Harran Hall, Vip Lounge, Piny Garden used in summer, playground, prayer room and specifical parking area . more

Cemile Sultan Korusu (Cemile Sultan Estate Park)

more

Cloud 7 Restaurant, Bar&Terrace

more

Summit Bar & Terrace

iew above and beyond the Istanbul skyline. more

Manzara Restaurant

more

Istanbul SEA LIFE Aquarium

more

Dialogue in the Dark Istanbul

ly constructed dark rooms in which scent, sound, wind, temperature and texture convey the characteristics of daily environments ÔÇô for example a park, a city, a boat cruise or a bar. more

Cultural Interactions Point

n as possible about other cultures, and to enhance cross-cultural communication, to break down prejudices, to correct misinformation, and to familiarize guests with the local culture, Cultural Interactions Point welcomes visitors for different organizations. more

Goksu Marine Restaurant & Cafe

ts famous Turkish hospitality and welcoming service. more

Hasan Bal─▒k├ž─▒lar

more

Restaurant 34

more

Salon IKSV

more

Topkap─▒ Palace Kitchens Exhibition Halls “MATBAH-I AM─░RE”

more

Nar Restaurant

more

Kervansaray Restaurant

more

Hard Rock Cafe

more

Karak├Ây G├╝ll├╝o─člu

more

Haf─▒z Mustafa

more

Matbah Restaurant

more

Istanbul Convention & Exhibition Centre (─░stanbul L├╝tfi K─▒rdar Uluslararas─▒ Kongre ve Sergi Saray─▒)

orus view. more

Halic Congress Center (Hali├ž Kongre Merkezi)

districts of the city. more

─░stanbul Congress Center (─░stanbul Kongre Merkezi)

ing the organization the shining star of Turkey in the regional and international arena. more

─░stanbul Expo Center (─░stanbul Fuar Merkezi)

merce (─░TO), the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB)... more

Grand Cevahir Hotel & Convention Center

more

WOW Convention Center

more

CNR EXPO

ess since 1985. more

BEYMEN BRASSERIE

ning in 2003 with an exceptional location, impeccable service, decor and unique tastes. more

A┼×┼×K KAHVE

more

PARK FORA RESTAURANT

more

Big Plate

rk. more

EMPORIO ARMANI RISTORANTE

more

EMPORIO ARMANI CAFFE

ity life. more

G─░G─░

more

Salomanje

that reflects IstanbulÔÇÖs vision. more

Sortie Club & Restaurant

more

TomÔÇÖs Kitchen ─░stanbul

anary Wharf and Somerset House in London, UK. more

Numnum Cafe & Restaurant

ildren and teenagers could happily co-exist under the same roof more

Kitchenette (PALLAD─░UM)

more

Kitchenette (ET─░LER)

more

Kitchenette (ERENK├ľY)

more

Kitchenette (CAP─░TOL)

more

Nusr-Et Steakhouse (Etiler)

more

Nusr-Et Burger (Ni┼čanta┼č─▒)

spices and special bread. more

Nusr-Et Burger (Bebek)

spices and special bread. more

MEZZALUNA (Suada)

pened its doors in Turkey in 1995, and, since then, it has been a venue for satisfying the desire of Turkish diners for a fine, around-the-clock dining experience. more

MEZZALUNA RISTORANTE (Ni┼čanta┼č─▒)

pened its doors in Turkey in 1995, and, since then, it has been a venue for satisfying the desire of Turkish diners for a fine, around-the-clock dining experience. more

MEZZALUNA (─░stinye Park)

pened its doors in Turkey in 1995, and, since then, it has been a venue for satisfying the desire of Turkish diners for a fine, around-the-clock dining experience. more

MEZZALUNA (Acarkent)

pened its doors in Turkey in 1995, and, since then, it has been a venue for satisfying the desire of Turkish diners for a fine, around-the-clock dining experience. more

Divan Pub (Erenk├Ây)

more

Divan Brasserie (Bebek)

more

Carlotta ÔÇô Cafe & Deli (Maslak)

more

Carlotta ÔÇô Cafe & Deli (Capitol)

more

Carlotta ÔÇô Cafe & Deli (Buyaka)

more

Before leading to Rome, “all roads were leading to Constanstinople in Asia”

roads leaving Constantinople during the Byzantine period. more

Zuma

more

PARK ┼×AMDAN

ing the delicious recipes of both the world and Turkish cuisine and feeling at home by the warm atmosphere. more

KALAMATA

more

MIKLA

more

LIMONCELLO CLUB

more

GoodMood ÔÇô Pera

more

GINA

more

FRANKIE ISTANBUL

s . more

Da Mario Kalam─▒┼č

more

CENTO PER CENTO

more

FLOR─░PA

more

CAÔÇÖ DÔÇÖORO

more

A’JIA Restaurant

more

Auf Restaurant

more

Unter

more

Auf Restaurant

quot; more

The National Palaces Museum of Painting

d National Assembly of Turkey. more

Dogus University (Do─ču┼č ├ťniversitesi)

more

Dream of Turkey

more

SarkisÔÇÖ Rainbow

more

Antiochia

more

Dragon Restaurant

more

K├Âfteci Mirza

more

Mandabatmaz

more

Madam Despina

more

Parsifal

more

Vefa Bozac─▒s─▒

more

Asitane Restaurant

more

Galata Kiva

more

Ciya Sofrasi

more

Shop till you drop

more

T├╝rk Telekom Arena Ali Sami Yen Sports Complex

more

Be┼čikta┼č Vodafone Arena

. more

Fenerbah├že ┼×├╝kr├╝ Sara├žo─člu Stadium

ity facilities more

Konyal─▒ Lokantas─▒

a central-Anatolian Konya family for four generations... more

Kanaat Lokantas─▒

more

Hac─▒ Abdullah

more

RBMA Radio Festival

more

Salt Beyo─člu

reet level and domestic residences on its upper floors, the building opened under the name Siniossoglou Apartment. more

Masumiyet M├╝zesi (The Museum of Innocence)

the objects from daily life described in the author's eponymous novel. Built by Nobel prize winner Orhan Pamuk more

T├ťRVAK Cinema-TV & Theatre Museum

ion for 55 years, founded the TurkeyÔÇÖs first and only cinema and theatre museum, T├ťRVAK, in 2001. more

Rezan Has M├╝zesi (Rezan Has Museum)

the European Nostra Award more

TIM Show Center

ral life more

Do─čan├žay M├╝zesi (Do─čan├žay Museum)

lu, thus becoming the first contemporary art museum and the first monograph museum in Turkey. more

Maslak

more

Dikilita┼č (Egyptian Obelisk)

more

Istanbul Bilgi University (Istanbul Bilgi ├ťniversitesi)

Education and Culture Foundation on 1996. more

Naval Museum Reopens

on both sheds light on Turkish naval history and reflects the grandeur of Ottoman Empire with its historical galleys and imperial caiques. more

Beykoz

n the east, Black Sea on the north and ├çekmek├Ây, ├ťsk├╝dar and ├ťmraniye on the south. more

Valikona─č─▒ Caddesi (Valikonagi Avenue)

more

Ist─▒klal Caddesi (Istiklal Avenue)

Byzantine times and it has been one of ─░stanbulÔÇÖs most important shopping destinations since the 19th century. more

Ba─čdat Caddesi (Bagdat Avenue)

hopping. more

Halaskargazi Caddesi (Halaskargazi Avenue)

inesses and sights. more

─░lanc─▒l─▒k Advertising Agency

an indispensable part of the world economy. more

Vefa Bozac─▒s─▒

he new millennium, meeting the demands of the clients and customers, in accordance with their good palate for fine products. more

Tevfik Ayd─▒n

mers since 1889. more

Koska Helvac─▒s─▒ (Mahir G─▒da)

more

Koska (Merter Helva)

ar, moved to ─░stanbul with his sons in 1931 and opened a shop in Koska district. In a short time, their delicious halva and desserts became quite popular. more

Konyal─▒

ll and humble restaurant with four tables in Sirkeci, with the name ÔÇťKonya Lezzet Lokantas─▒ÔÇŁ on its sign in 1897. more

Karak├Ây G├╝ll├╝o─člu

G├╝ll├╝ on 7/11/ 1949 opened the first baklava shop in Istanbul in Halilpa┼ča Street no: 12 in Karak├Ây. From that day on, the first address of baklava in Istanbul has always been the G├╝ll├╝o─člu shop in Karak├Ây. more

Hamamc─▒o─člu

ctors now include the 6th generation members of the family, has been providing the construction, mining, transportation and agriculture sectors in Turkey with the most advanced technological products of the world. more

Haf─▒z Mustafa Confectionary

, economic and technological changes and developments are worth giving attention to. more

Emgen Optik

more

Çatalca

r when the first settlement was founded on the slopes of a prong-shaped (├žatal) mountain. more

Sar─▒yer

. Its first name, Simas, meant ÔÇťHoly Mother.ÔÇŁ However, it was known as ÔÇťSacred or Beautiful RiverÔÇŁ i more

Büyük Çamlıca Korusu (Great Çamlıca Estate Park)

which is the larger of the two hills found between ├ťsk├╝dar and ├ťmraniye. more

G├Âzda─č Korusu (G├Âzda─č Estate Park)

decks, childrenÔÇÖs playgrounds and walkways making the grove an ideal place for those wishing to naturally recharge their batteries any day of the week. more

Fethipa┼ča Korusu (Fethi Pa┼ča Estate Park)

d extends to the upper reaches of Kuzguncuk and Pa┼čaliman─▒. It is known as the areaÔÇÖs oxygen tank. more

Hidiv Korusu (ViceroyÔÇÖs Estate Park)

the Egyptian Viceroy, Ismail Pasha. It was used during the Ottoman era as a hunting ground. A summer house was built on the estate by the last Egyptian Viceroy, Abbas Hilmi Pasha. more

Osman Gazi Korusu (Osman Gazi Estate Park)

more

Vialand

ment under a single roof. more

Ece Ajandalar─▒

own. Like many of his colleagues in the publishing and stationery sector, he opened his stationery store AF─░TAP in 1892 in Beyaz─▒t, which was the heart of the sector in the multi-ethnic Ottoman Empire. more

Deri┼č

st and reliable consultancy and attorney services for the settlement of domestic and international disputes in the fields of brand, patent, industrial design and other intellectual and industrial property related areas. more

Cemilzade

ud player and hafiz, opened his first candy shop in ┼×ehzadeba┼č─▒ in 1883, when he was 16 years old and studying music at the same time. more

Bebek Badem Ezmesi

e shop was first founded in Mudanya by the grandfather of Sevim ─░┼čg├╝der, who still runs the shop today. more

Galata Kulesi (Galata Tower)

more

Taksim Meydan─▒ (Taksim Square)

ion point for water coming from the Belgrade Forest. Taksim means division or distribution in Turkish. more

Y─▒lanl─▒ S├╝tun (Serpent Column)

drome. The pillar is decorated with three intertwining snakes which wind up the column and around each other. more

┼×ehzade Mehmet K├╝lliyesi (┼×ehzade Mehmet Complex)

gnificent for a son who died at a young age. more

├ľrme Dikilita┼č (Column of Constantine Porphyrogenitus)

ahmet Square next to the Serpent Column. more

Milion Pillar (Milyon Ta┼č─▒)

roads leaving Constantinople during the Byzantine period. more

K─▒zta┼č─▒ (Column of the Maiden)

in 455 C.E. more

III. Ahmet Sebili ve ├çe┼čmesi (Fountain of Ahmet III)

Ahmet III on the spot of the Byzantine ÔÇťPeraytonÔÇŁ fountain. more

Hipodrom (Hippodrome)

the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman periods, the original hippodrome was first built by the Emperor Septimus Severus in 203 C.E. more

Ayasofya H├╝rrem Sultan Hamam─▒ (Ayasofya Hurrem Sultan Turkish Bath)

of the architect Sinan. more

├çemberlita┼č (ConstantineÔÇÖs Column)

(there are seven) in 330 C.E. Also known as the Burnt Column (Turkish: Yan─▒k S├╝tun), 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. more

Bozdo─čan Kemeri (Valens Aqueduct)

ter section of this impressive structure which brought water to the city for 15 centuries across the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman periods, still stands today. more

Binbirdirek Sarn─▒c─▒ (Binbirdirek Cistern)

ntury, the cistern is supported by 224 columns. more

Alman ├çe┼čmesi (German Fountain)

more

Sahaflar ├çar┼č─▒s─▒ (Secondhand Book Bazaar)

more

Princes’ Islands

more

Bosphorus

more

┼×i┼čli

area around the 1870's. more

Kas─▒mpa┼ča & Hask├Ây

tial neighbourhoods in ─░stanbul. more

Ey├╝p

more

Golden Horn

rt and a naval base throughout its history. more

S├╝leymaniye & Zeyrek

more

Kapal─▒├žar┼č─▒ & Surroundings

more

Divanyolu & Aksaray

s the Imperial (Divan) Road. more

Venge

fered restaurants in the region, in the evening hours one can dine to the accompaniment of soft music whilesitting in VengeÔÇÖs summer garden. more

Y─▒ld─▒z Park

belonged to a family and was known as the Kazanc─▒o─člu Garden. more

Ulus Park

can see the Bosphorus Bridge, Topkap─▒ Palace and ├ťsk├╝dar from here. more

Sanat├ž─▒ Park

ches of the arts, from cinema to music. Designed with particular emphasis on artists who are no longer living, the goal of the park is to introduce these artists to new generations. more

Ma├žka Demokrasi Park

ley comes from the 19th century when the area along the stream running through the valley was used as a recreation spot. more

Fenerbah├že Park

tanbul. On the shore of the Marmara Sea, and popular among locals - particularly during the weekends - one can also find many seaside cafes here. more

Bebek Park

itutional Era. more

Yedikule (Fortress of the Seven Towers or Istanbul Walls)

Century C.E and the walls were knocked down and repaired many times in the course of their history. more

Elgiz ├ça─čda┼č Sanatlar M├╝zesi (Proje 4L – Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art)

vate and public contemporary and modern art museums to be found in Istanbul. more

Istanbul Aquarium

n. The aquarium follows a geographical progression, with 16 different themes including the Bosphorus, the Red Sea, the Panama Canal and the Rain Forests. There are over 15,000 sea and land animals found here. more

Sinan Pa┼ča Camiisi (Sinan Pasa Mosque)

a┼ča, the chief admiral of the Ottoman fleet, between the years 1550-53. The mosque was finished two years after Sinan Pa┼čaÔÇÖs death in 1555. more

Mecidiye Camii ( Mecidiye Mosque)

terior with wide and tall windows. more

Tevfikiye Camiisi (Tevfikiye Mosque)

f his son ┼×ehzade Tevfik in 1832 inside of a large garden. more

Rumeli Hisar─▒ Ali Pertek Camii (Rumeli Hisar─▒ Ali Pertek Mosque)

more

Seyyid Nizam Camiisi (Seyyid Nizam Mosque)

the lodge was closed in 1925 the space began to be used as a mosque. more

Nusretiye Camii (Nusretiye Mosque)

sque. more

Rum Mehmet Pa┼ča Camiisi (Rum Mehmet Pasa Mosque)

zantine temple here. This was the first large mosque built by the Ottomans in ├ťsk├╝dar. more

Osmana─ča Camii (Osmanaga Mosque)

cit - which had gradually fallen into disrepair - once stood. more

Merkez Efendi Camii (Merkez Efendi Mosque)

commissioned by S├╝leyman the Great. After the death of Merkez Efendi the mosque that bears his name was built in his memory between 1552-1572. more

Molla Çelebi Camiisi (Molla Celebi Mosque)

naming it he chose to use his other name, ÔÇťMolla ├çelebi.ÔÇŁ more

Te┼čvikiye Camiisi (Tesvikiye Mosque)

was called the Haseki Square and Ottoman Sultans occasionally visited here for excursions and sporting activities. more

Pertevniyal Valide Sultan Camiisi ( Pertevniyal Valide Sultan Mosque)

he wife of Sultan Mahmud II and the mother of Sultan Abd├╝laziz. Finished in 1871, the mosqueÔÇÖs architect was the Italian Monteni. more

Edirnekap─▒ Mihrimah Sultan Camii ( Edirnekapi Mihrimah Sultan Mosque)

Sinan. more

R├╝stem Pa┼ča Camiisi (Rustem Pasa Mosque)

y defined both the period and the architect himself. more

Sultan Mustafa III Iskele Camiisi (Sultan Mustafa III Iskele Mosque)

kele Mosque. more

Nuru Osmaniye Camii (Nuru Osmaniye Mosque)

more

Sadabad/├ça─člayan Camii (Sadabad/Caglayan Mosque)

more

Murat Pa┼ča Camiisi (Murat Pasa Mosque)

more

Selmana─ča Camiisi (Selmanaga Mosque)

slave girls in the palace in 1506. more

Zihni Pa┼ča Camiisi (Zihni Pasa Mosque)

with the goal of making it larger. more

S├╝mb├╝l Efendi Camiisi (Sumbul Efendi Mosque)

a as a monastery for girls. more

Zarifi

nated by the family in order to provide housing to poor Greek Christians. more

Vogue Restaurant

its menu offers a range of dishes from world cuisine, alongside classic Mediterranean fare. more

The Villa Bosphorus Fish Restaurant

enjoying a beautiful view of the Bosphorus. more

Viktor Levi

more

Vega Restaurant

e enjoying a great view of the Prince Islands. more

┼×ehzade Taksim

- "┼×ehzade Salon'' and "┼×ehzade Teras" - each with its own particular menu and decor. more

Havan Restaurant

more

Hamdi Restaurant

re he began to cook and sell kebabs with the flavors of home. more

Do─čatepe Cafe & Restaurant

more

Çamlıca Dilek Restaurant

nd on its terrace, its menu offers a diverse range of flavours. more

Cookshop

options, sandwiches, salads, soups, pizzas and baked-goods. more

Bo─čazi├ži A’la Restaurant

more

Hanedan Restaurantlar─▒ – Beer Port

ticket for those who want to sit and dine across from the Bosphorus for reasonable prices. more

Ulus 29

decor designed by the world famous Zeynep Pad─▒l─▒o─člu, it dazes its guests with a view that takes in both of IstanbulÔÇÖs major bridges. more

Uluda─č Et Lokantas─▒

ab and the Uluda─č k├Âfte, while dishes like rice with mushroom and oven-baked mushroom are sure to whet the appetite. more

Topaz Restaurant

ÔÇŁ it has an unmatched view of the Bosphorus. more

SushiCo Restaurant

s are its sushi rolls, chicken with ginger sauce, beef with asparagus, salmon in teriyaki sauce, and its fried ice cream. more

Paper Moon

k and Istanbul after its early triumph in Milan. Since 1986, the Italian restaurant has been serving diners in Akmerkez Shopping Center in Etiler. more

On Numara Ma├žka

erent alternatives for its guests. With its peaceful space in Ma├žka, is the ideal spot for those who want to get away from the crowds and all the hustle and bustle of the city and relax for a couple of hours. more

Liman Lokantas─▒

n unmatched view of the Bosphorus and Historical Peninsula, it is one of the most popular restaurants in the area. more

Il Padrino Ristorante

a branch in Ata┼čehir. more

Hasan Kolcuo─člu Restaurant

y, the first of which opened in1946. In 1963 the name was shortened to Kolcuo─člu and since 1974 has spread all over Turkey. more

Harvard Cafe & Restaurant

more

Go Mongo Restaurant

lians gathered in tents, cut vegetables and meat with their swords and cooked them over their shields on a high fire. more

Gelik Restaurant

ranches. more

Event Garden Restaurant

are meters and has 5 different gardens, and has the capacity to host anywhere from 50 to 20,000 people. more

Earth Cafe & Restaurant

more

Do─ča Bal─▒k Restaurant

more

Develi Restaurant

classic atmosphere is one of the best reflections of the delicacy and richness of Turkish cuisine and is a destination for gourmets. more

Chilai Restaurant

s created by its famous chefs. more

Chicken Last Stop

eat and fish are also available. more

Bloom Restaurant

izza. more

Bistro 33 Erenk├Ây

urdays and at 09:00 on Sundays, it offers a morning breakfast service and later in the day it serves up the special flavors of Tuscan cuisine. more

Beylerbeyi Do─ča Restaurant

more

Anjelique Restaurant

ualed view of the water. more

Alt─▒n Kupa Restaurant

more

Alemdar Restaurant

. more

Albatros Restaurant

plate. more

Mahmut Pa┼ča Mosque

hmed the Conqueror, Mahmud Pa┼ča. more

Beyaz─▒t Camiisi (Beyazit Mosque)

II, the mosque is located in the area that had been known during the Byzantine period as the Theodosius Forum. more

Laleli Camiisi (Laleli Mosque)

Laleli Mosque itself took the name from a local tomb, the Laleli Baba T├╝rbesi, that was torn down in the 1950ÔÇÖs. more

K├╝├ž├╝k Mecidiye Camiisi (Kucuk Mecidiye Mosque)

d designed and built by the architect Garabet Balyan. more

├çorlulu Ali Pa┼ča Camiisi ( Corlulu Ali Pasa Mosque)

vish lodge, a madrassa, a library, a graveyard, an entailed estate - was built between 1701-1709. more

K─▒l─▒├ž Ali Pa┼ča Camii ( Kilic Ali Pasa Mosque)

in 1580. more

Karadavut Camiisi (Karadavut Mosque)

. more

Kamerhatun Camiisi (Kamerhatun Mosque)

more

H├╝seyina─ča Camii ( Huseyinaga Mosque)

its courtyard is found an octagonal plaque with the seal of Mahmud II. more

H─▒rka-i ┼×erif Camiisi ( Hirka-i Serif Mosque)

exhibiting the cloak given to Uwais al-Qarani by the Prophet Muhammad. more

Hekimo─člu Ali Pa┼ča Camiisi (Hekimoglu Ali Pasa Mosque)

occasions. more

├ťsk├╝dar Mihrimah Sultan Camiisi (Uskudar Mihrimah Sultan Mosque)

imah Sultan, whose mother was the famous Roxlene. more

Vefa Kilise Camiisi (Vefa Kilise Mosque)

more

Yeni Camii (New Mosque)

n took the longest to complete. more

Yer Alt─▒ Camiisi (Underground Mosque)

other story the Arab army which attempted to conquer Constantinople in 714 stayed in the area for 7 years and interred their dead here. more

Y─▒ld─▒z Hamidiye Camiisi (Yildiz Hamidiye Mosque)

ÔÇÖs architect was Sarkis Baylan. more

Yu┼ča Camiisi (Yusa Mosque)

ho settled here built their own shrines and temples here. more

Emirgan Hamid-i Evvel Camiisi (Mosque Emirgan Hamid-i Evvel)

ed, who died at a young age, and his wife H├╝m├ó┼čah. more

Sadullah Pa┼ča Yal─▒s─▒ (Sabdullah Pasa Waterfront Mansion)

more

Kurdo─člu Yal─▒s─▒ (Kurdoglu Waterfront Mansion)

more

K─▒br─▒sl─▒lar Yal─▒s─▒ (K─▒br─▒sl─▒lar Waterside Mansion)

t. Built toward the end of the 18th Century, its first owner - ─░zzet Mehmet Pa┼ča - was one of Abd├╝lhamitÔÇÖs grand viziers. more

Çinili Camii (Cinili Mosque)

more

Cihangir Camiisi (Cihangir Mosque)

architect of the mosque was Sinan. more

Cerrah Mehmet Pa┼ča Camiisi ( Cerrah Mehmet Pasa Mosque)

d in the district - Cerrahpa┼ča - to which it now gives its name. more

Sabanci University (Sabanc─▒ ├ťniversitesi)

more

B├╝y├╝k Piyale Pa┼ča Camiisi (Buyuk Piyale Pasa Mosque)

chitect Sinan. more

Koc University (Ko├ž ├ťniversitesi)

y campus in ─░stinye but moved to its permanent campus in Rumeli Feneri in 2000. more

Beykent University (Beykent ├ťniversitesi)

university has six faculties, four vocational schools, a distance learning system, two institutes, three research centers and a continuing education center. more

Bodrum Camii (Bodrum Mosque)

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Bahcesehir University (Bah├že┼čehir ├ťniversitesi)

it also has one campus each in ┼×i┼čli and in Galata. more

Ac─▒badem University (Ac─▒badem ├ťniversitesi)

y is to bring together all the branches of science for the purpose of research into the fields of health and medicine. more

Bezm-i Alem Valide Sultan/Dolmabah├že Camiisi (Bezm-i Alem Valide Sultan/Dolmabah├že Mosque)

hore of the Bosphorus. more

Beylerbeyi/Hamid-i Evvel Camiisi (Beylerbeyi/Hamid-i Evvel Mosque)

shed the following year. The mosque was commissioned by Abd├╝lhamid I in the memory of more

┼×ale K├Â┼čk├╝

Century Ottoman architecture. In a garden surrounded by high walls and made up of three adjacent structures, each built at a different time, the first building was built in 1880. more

Bereketzade Camiisi (Bereketzade Mosque)

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Malta & ├çad─▒r K├Â┼čk├╝ (Malta & ├çad─▒r Pavilion)

grievous events in Ottoman history; each was at one time used as a house of imprisonment. more

Bebek Camiisi (Bebek Mosque)

en 1725-1726. more

Hidiv Kasr─▒ (KhediveÔÇÖs Summer Palace)

built by the Italian architect Deflo Seminati. more

Bak─▒rk├Ây ├çar┼č─▒ Camiisi (Bakirk├Ây Carsi Mosque)

nto disrepair. more

├ç─▒ra─čan Saray─▒ (C─▒ragan Palace)

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Aziz Mahmut H├╝dayi Camiisi (Aziz Mahmut Hudayi Mosque)

ahmud Hudayi who served as Qadi in Edirne, Egypt, Sham(Syria) and Bursa. more

Atik Ali Pa┼ča Camiisi (Atik Ali Pasa Mosque)

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Arap Camiisi (Arab Mosque)

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G├╝lhane Park

tization in Turkish history when the Tanzimat reforms were first announced here. more

Kariye M├╝zesi (Chora Museum)

urchÔÇÖs location outside of the old city walls. more

T├╝rk ─░slam Eserleri M├╝zesi (Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum)

ther. more

Vak─▒flar Hal─▒ M├╝zesi (Istanbul Carpet Museum)

et Mosque between 1609-1617. more

Tophane-i Amire Culture and Art Center

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Cumhuriyet Sanat Galerisi (Cumhuriyet Art Gallery of Taksim)

. more

Salt Galata

the building underwent many changes and during recent restoration work the building was stripped of the later additions that threatened its original character and refitted according to its current needs. more

CeBIT Bili┼čim Eurasia

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G├╝l Camii (Gul Mosque)

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Fatih Camiisi (Fatih Mosque)

ction began in 1462 and finished in 1470. more

Ey├╝p Sultan Camiisi (Eyup Sultan Mosque)

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I┼čtipol Sinagogu (Ishtipol Synagogue)

fire in 1899. more

Etz ha-Hayim Camiisi (Etz ha-Hayim Synagogue)

agogues during the Byzantine and Ottoman periods. more

K─▒r─▒m Kilisesi/K─▒r─▒m’─▒ Anma Kilisesi (Crimean Memorial Church)

more

Bet Avraam Sinagogu (Bet Avraam Synagogue)

irkeci more

K├╝├ž├╝k Aya Sofya (Little Hagia Sophia)

more

Ayazma Camiisi (Ayazma Mosque)

stood in the area at the time of the mosqueÔÇÖs construction. more

Aya Yorgi Fener Rum Ortodoks Patrikhanesi Kilisesi (Patriarchal Church of St. George)

iliated with the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate. more

Meryem Ana Rum Ortodoks Kilisesi (Church of St. Mary of the Mongols)

, the wife of the Mongol ruler Abak Khan on the site of an old monastery. more

Sokollu Mehmet Pa┼ča Camiisi (Sokollu Mehmet Pasa Mosque)

een a Grand Vizier to three different sultans. more

Sultanahmet Camiisi (Blue Mosque)

Located on the Historical Peninsula, in the district to which it gives its name, The Sultanahmet Mosque is considered to be the last great mosque of the classical period. more

Aya Triada Rum Ortodoks Kilisesi (Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church)

reek Catholic church. Still in use by Greek Catholics today, the churchÔÇÖs construction began in 1876 and it was opened to worshipers in 1880. more

Sveti Stefan Kilisesi (Church of St. Stephen of the Bulgars)

Golden Horn. more

Atik Valide Camiisi (Atik Valide Mosque)

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Yenik├Ây Sinagogu (Yenikoy Synagogue)

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All Saints Kilisesi (All Saints Church)

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Ahrida Sinagogu (Ahrida Synagogue)

me derives from a Turkish rendering of the Greek "palation," or palace, owing to the presence of the nearby Blahernai (Vlaherna) palace. more

Beyo─člu Municipal Art Gallery

ne of the important art centers in Beyo─člu, it is constantly taking the pulse of the art world with its frequently updated exhibitions. more

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kish... more

Istanbul Amateur Photography and Cinema Society – IFSAK

goal of learning about... more

Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts – IKSV

d Jazz, as well as the Istanbul Biennial, more

Kasa Galeri (Kasa Gallery)

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Akbank Sanat (Akbank Art)

ields as music, performance arts and plastic arts, among others. more

Y─▒lanl─▒ Yal─▒ (Yilanli Waterfront Mansion)

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Amcazade H├╝seyin Pa┼ča Yal─▒s─▒ (Amcazade H├╝seyin Pa┼ča Waterfront Mansion)

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Yildiz Technical University (Y─▒ld─▒z Teknik ├ťniversitesi)

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Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts (Mimar Sinan G├╝zel Sanatlar ├ťniversitesi)

ect and painter Osman Hamdi Bey in 1882. more

Marmara University (Marmara ├ťniversitesi)

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Istanbul University (Istanbul ├ťniversitesi)

queror in 1453. more

Istanbul Technical University (─░stanbul Teknik ├ťniversitesi)

e-i Bahri-i H├╝mayun was opened with the goal of improving the quality and technical capacities of Ottoman shipbuilding and educating its future shipbuilders. more

Galatasaray University (Galatasaray ├ťniversitesi)

ks of government officials for the Ottoman State. more

Bogazici University (Bo─čazi├ži ├ťniversitesi)

wealthy merchant and philanthropist Christopher Rheinlander Robert founded Robert College. more

Istanbul 2020 Candidate City

history. These characteristics will present a powerful platform for Istanbul, as the host of the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games more

Ahmet Fethi Pa┼ča Yal─▒s─▒ – Pembe Yal─▒ (Ahmet Fethi Pa┼ča Waterfront Mansion)

unclear. more

Esma Sultan Yal─▒s─▒ (Esma Sultan Waterfront Mansion)

e 18th century. more

K─▒z Kulesi (MaidenÔÇÖs Tower)

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Kont Ostrorog Yal─▒s─▒ (Kont Ostrorog Waterfront Mansion)

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Galatasaray Hamam─▒ (Galatasaray Turkish Bath)

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M─▒s─▒r ├çar┼č─▒s─▒ (Spice Bazaar)

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Galata Mevlevihanesi (Galata Dervish Lodge)

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Çinili Hamam (Cinili Turkish Bath)

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├çemberlita┼č Hamam─▒ (Cemberlitas Turkish Bath)

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Çardaklı Hamam (Cardakli Turkish Bath)

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Ca─čalo─člu Hamam─▒ (Cagaloglu Turkish Bath)

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Beyaz─▒t Hamam─▒ (Beyaz─▒t Turkish Bath)

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Arasta ├çar┼č─▒s─▒ (Arasta Bazaar)

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Yedikule Surlar─▒ (Fortress of The Seven Towers)

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Yerebatan Sarn─▒c─▒ (Basilica Cistern)

t Palace, it has an area of 9800 square meters. more

Y─▒ld─▒z Saray─▒ M├╝zesi (Y─▒ld─▒z Palace Museum)

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Sadberk Han─▒m Museum (Sadberk Han─▒m M├╝zesi)

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Quincentennial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews (T├╝rk Musevileri M├╝zesi )

sonal objects from the period alongside photographs, writings, and other documents. more

Tekfur Palace (Tekfur Saray─▒)

plex dating from the Byzantine period. more

Rahmi M. Koc Museum (Rahmi M. Ko├ž M├╝zesi)

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Miniat├╝rk (Miniature Turkey Park)

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K├╝├ž├╝ksu Kasr─▒ (K├╝├ž├╝ksu Palace)

cit. more

S├╝leymaniye Camii ( Suleymaniye Mosque)

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Saint Antoine Kilisesi (St. Anthony Of Padua Church)

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─░slam Bilim ve Teknoloji Tarihi M├╝zesi (Historical Museum of Islamic Science and Technology)

ce walls in a 3,500 square meter space by the former palace stables. more

Ihlamur Kas─▒rlar─▒ (Ihlamur Palace)

in the city. more

Neve ┼×alom Sinagogu (Neve Shalom Synagogue)

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B├╝y├╝k Mecidiye/Ortak├Ây Camii (Buyuk Mecidiye/Ortakoy Mosque)

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A┼čkenazi Sinagogu (Ashkenazi Synagogue)

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─░stanbul D├╝nya Ticaret Merkezi Kongre Merkezi (Istanbul World Trade and Convention Center)

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Feshane International Fair, Convention, and Culture Center (Feshane Uluslararas─▒ Fuar Kongre ve K├╝lt├╝r Merkezi)

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─░talyan K├╝lt├╝r Merkezi (Italian Cultural Center)

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Garajistanbul

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Galerist

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Galeri Nev

h local and foreign followers of contemporary modern art. more

Frans─▒z K├╝lt├╝r Merkezi (French Cultural Center)

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Borusan Music House (Borusan M├╝zik Evi)

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Arter

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Goethe Institute of Istanbul (Alman K├╝lt├╝r Merkezi)

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Unkapan─▒ Bridge (Unkapan─▒ Atat├╝rk K├Âpr├╝s├╝)

n─▒ and Azapkap─▒. more

Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge (Fatih Sultan Mehmet K├Âpr├╝s├╝)

and H─▒sar├╝st├╝. more

Bosphorus Bridge (Bo─čazi├ži K├Âpr├╝s├╝)

Europe to Beylerbeyi, in Anatolia. more

Galata Bridge (Galata K├Âpr├╝s├╝)

more

Istanbul Toy Museum (Istanbul Oyuncak M├╝zesi)

ned in 2005. more

Istanbul Photography Museum (─░stanbul Foto─čraf M├╝zesi)

more

Palace Collections Museum (Saray Koleksiyonlar─▒ M├╝zesi)

n storage around the palace. more

Santralistanbul

o a cultural and artistic center in 2007. Since this time it has hosted over 20 national and international exhibitions. more

Sakip Sabanci Museum (Sak─▒p Sabanc─▒ M├╝zesi)

ous. more

Sait Faik Abas─▒yan─▒k Museum (Sait Faik Abas─▒yan─▒k M├╝zesi)

more

Rumeli Fortress (Rumeli Hisar─▒)

Anadolu Hisar─▒ (the Anatolian Fortress). more

Pera Museum (Pera M├╝zesi)

of diverse high quality culture and art services is as important today as when the Museum first opened its doors to the public. more

Istanbul Museum of Modern Art (─░stanbul Modern Sanat M├╝zesi)

art exhibitions. With its exhibition halls, photography gallery, library, cinema, restaurant and store, more

Great Palace Mosaic Museum (B├╝y├╝k Saray Mozaikleri M├╝zesi)

was uncovered during archaeological excavations in 1950ÔÇÖs in the Arasta ├çar┼č─▒. more

Museum of Turkish Calligraphy Art (Kaligrafi M├╝zesi)

assa affiliated with the Beyazit mosque. more

Florya Atat├╝rk Marine Mansion (Florya Atat├╝rk Deniz K├Â┼čk├╝)

, Atat├╝rk lived here during the summer months and hosted meetings and foreign guests here as well. more

Florence Nightingale Museum (Florence Nightingale M├╝zesi)

cated to the English army during the Crimean War and wounded soldiers were treated here. more

Fethiye Museum – Pammakaristos Church (Fethiye M├╝zesi)

more

Dolmabahce Palace (Dolmabah├že Saray─▒)

s construction. more

Beylerbeyi Palace (Beylerbeyi Saray─▒)

1860ÔÇÖs. Today it lies right under the Bosphorous bridge. more

Aynal─▒kavak Pavilion (Aynal─▒kavak Kasr─▒)

d by the sultans for relaxation and hunting. more

Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya M├╝zesi)

anbul. more

Hagia Irene Church (Aya Irini Kilisesi)

more

Asiyan Museum (A┼čiyan M├╝zesi)

more

Military Museum (Askeri M├╝ze)

Ottoman period. more

Istanbul Archaeological Museum (─░stanbul Arkeoloji M├╝zesi)

m and the Tiled Kiosk Museum. more

Anatolian Fortress (Anadolu Hisar─▒)

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Princes’ Islands Museum (Adalar M├╝zesi )

ultural and literary importance. more

8500 Years

8500 years by the ongoing excavations held at the Yenikap─▒ Neolithic settlement. more

Istanbul Jazz Festival

ity. more

International Istanbul Opera Festival

Opera Festival, integrates opera with the city's historical venues and urban locations. more

Topkap─▒ Palace Museum (Topkap─▒ Saray─▒ M├╝zesi)

6) of their 624-year reign. more

Grand Bazaar (Kapal─▒├žar┼č─▒)

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