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1. Ortaköy MosqueBook Ticket*
Ortaköy Mosque or Büyük Mecidiye Camii in Beşiktaş, Istanbul, Turkey, is a mosque situated at the waterside of the Ortaköy pier square, one of the most popular locations on the Bosphorus. It was commissioned by the Ottoman sultan Abdülmecid I and its construction was completed around 1854 or 1856.
2. Museum of Turkish and Islamic artsBook Free Tour*
The Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum is a museum located in Sultanahmet Square in Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. Constructed in 1524, the building was formerly the palace of Pargalı Ibrahim Pasha, who was the second grand vizier to Suleiman the Magnificent, and was once thought to have been the husband of the Sultan's sister, Hatice Sultan.
3. The Blue Mosque
The Blue Mosque in Istanbul, also known by its official name, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, is an Ottoman-era historical imperial mosque located in Istanbul, Turkey. It was constructed between 1609 and 1617 during the rule of Ahmed I and remains a functioning mosque today. It also attracts a large number of tourists and is one of the most iconic and popular monuments of Ottoman architecture.
4. Gülhane Park
Gülhane Park is a historical urban park in the Eminönü district of Istanbul, Turkey; it is adjacent to and on the grounds of the Topkapı Palace. The south entrance of the park sports one of the larger gates of the palace. It is the oldest and one of the most expansive public parks in Istanbul.
5. Topkapi Palace
The Topkapı Palace, or the Seraglio, is a large museum and library in the east of the Fatih district of Istanbul in Turkey. From the 1460s to the completion of Dolmabahçe Palace in 1856, it served as the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire, and was the main residence of its sultans.
6. Nuruosmaniye Mosque
The Nuruosmaniye Mosque is an 18th-century Ottoman mosque located in the Çemberlitaş neighbourhood of Fatih district in Istanbul, Turkey, which was inscribed in the Tentative list of World Heritage Sites in Turkey in 2016.
7. German Fountain
The German Fountain is a gazebo styled fountain in the northern end of old hippodrome, Istanbul, Turkey and across from the Mausoleum of Sultan Ahmed I. It was constructed to commemorate the second anniversary of German Emperor Wilhelm II's visit to Istanbul in 1898. It was built in Germany, then transported piece by piece and assembled in its current site in 1900. The neo-Byzantine style fountain's octagonal dome has eight marble columns, and dome's interior is covered with golden mosaics.
8. Column of Constantine
The Column of Constantine is a monumental column built for Roman emperor Constantine the Great to commemorate the dedication of Constantinople on 11 May 330 AD. Built c. 328 AD, it is the oldest Constantinian monument to survive in Istanbul and stood in the centre of the Forum of Constantine. It occupies the second-highest hill of the seven hills of Constantine's Nova Roma, the erstwhile Byzantium, and was midway along the Mese odos, the ancient city's main thoroughfare.
9. Panagia Paramythia Church
Panagia Paramythia Church is a church in Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey, Turkey. Panayia vlahsaray is also known as the Greek Orthodox Church. It is registered as the first degree historical monument. The restoration project was prepared in 2021, but a study has not yet started. The church of the Metrology is in the side garden.
10. Little Hagia Sophia
The Little Hagia Sophia mosque, formerly the Church of Saints Sergius and Bacchus, is a former Greek Orthodox church dedicated to Saints Sergius and Bacchus in Constantinople, built between 532 and 536, and converted into a mosque during the Ottoman Empire.
11. Ferruh Kethuda Cami
Ferruh Kethüda Mosque is located on Fatih District of Istanbul, Ayvansaray District, Court of Affairs. It was built by Ferruh Ağa, the Kethüdası of Semiz Ali Pasha, the Grand Vizier of Suleiman the Magnificent, on 1562-63, Ferruh Ağa, the housekeeper. His grave is located in the front of the mosque. The mosque, which was the work of Mimar Sinan, was also known as Balat Tekke, as it was used as a lodge belonging to the Sünbüliye branch of the Halvetiyye sect during the Ottoman period. Other sections of the lodge were demolished and disappeared over time. From the complex to the present day, only mosques and fountains remain. The mosque, which is built of a rectangular plan, is covered with precious tiles with the manufacture of Tekfur Palace. Other Tekfur tiles on the walls were stolen and destroyed in the 1940s.
12. Turgut Reis
Dragut, also known as "the Drawn Sword of Islam", was an Ottoman corsair, naval commander, governor, and noble. Under his command, the Ottoman Empire's maritime power was extended across North Africa. Recognized for his military genius, and as being among "the most dangerous" of corsairs, Dragut has been referred to as "the greatest pirate warrior of all time", "undoubtedly the most able of all the Turkish leaders", and "the uncrowned king of the Mediterranean". He was described by a French admiral as "a living chart of the Mediterranean, skillful enough on land to be compared to the finest generals of the time" and that "no one was more worthy than he to bear the name of king". Hayreddin Barbarossa, who was his mentor, stated that Dragut was ahead of him "both in fishing and bravery".
13. Süreyya İlmen Heykeli
Ferik Süreyya Pasha İlmen, Turkish soldiers, politicians and business people. After graduating from the Military Academy, he worked as a staff officer in the General Staff for a long time. He became a general at a young age. After the announcement of the Second Constitutional Monarchy, he made publications on military service. He contributed to the inclusion of aviation in the army. When he was the commander of the division, he left the military service and operated by establishing a weaving factory, cinema and opera house in Istanbul. He has signed various sporting and charity projects. In 1927, he was elected as a deputy from Istanbul. In 1930, he ended his active political life. He founded SSK Süreyyapaşa Hospital in Maltepe, Istanbul. He died on February 6, 1955.
The Milion was a marker from which all distances across the Roman Empire were measured. Erected by Septimus Severus in the 3rd century AD, it was the Byzantine zero-mile marker. The starting-place for the measurement of distances for all the roads leading to the cities of the Byzantine Empire. It thus served the same function as the Golden Milestone in Rome's forum. The domed building of the Milion rested on four large arches, and it was expanded and decorated with several statues and paintings. It survived the Fourth Crusade and Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in 1453 but had disappeared by the start of the 16th century. During excavations in the 1960s, some partial fragments of it were discovered under houses in the area.
15. Süreyya Opera
Süreyya Opera House, also called Süreyya Cultural Center, is an opera hall located at Gen. Asım Gündüz Avenue No: 29, in the Bahariye quarter of the Kadıköy district in Istanbul, Turkey. The building was designed by Ottoman Armenian architect Kegham Kavafyan by the order of a Deputy for Istanbul, Süreyya İlmen. It was originally established in 1927 as the first musical theatre on the Anatolian part of Istanbul. However, due to the lack of appropriate facilities and equipment at the theatre, operettas weren't staged until 2007. The venue was rather used as a movie theatre until the building underwent a functional restoration and reopened as an opera house on December 14, 2007.
16. Yıldız Hamidiye Mosque
The Yıldız Hamidiye Mosque, also called the Yıldız Mosque, is an Ottoman imperial mosque located in Yıldız neighbourhood of Beşiktaş district in Istanbul, Turkey, on the way to Yıldız Palace. The mosque was commissioned by the Ottoman sultan Abdul Hamid II, and constructed between 1884 and 1886. The mosque was built on a rectangular plan and has one minaret. The architecture of the mosque is a combination of Neo-Gothic style and classical Ottoman motifs. A bronze colonnade erected by Abdul Hamid II in Marjeh Square of Damascus, Syria bears a replica statue of the Yıldız Mosque on top.
17. Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom)
Hagia Sophia, officially the Hagia Sophia Mosque, is a mosque and a major cultural and historical site in Istanbul, Turkey. The last of three church buildings to be successively erected on the site by the Eastern Roman Empire, it was completed in 537 AD. The site was an Eastern Orthodox church from 360 AD to 1204, when it was converted to a Catholic church following the Fourth Crusade. It was reclaimed in 1261 and remained Eastern Orthodox until the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in 1453. It served as a mosque until 1935, when it became a museum. In 2020, the site once again became a mosque.
18. Ashkenazi Synagogue
The Ashkenazi Synagogue is an Ashkenazi synagogue located near the Galata Tower in Karaköy neighborhood of Beyoğlu in Istanbul, Turkey. It is the only currently active Ashkenazi synagogue in Istanbul open to visits and prayers. The synagogue was founded by Jews of Austrian origin in 1900. It is also the last remaining synagogue from a total of three built by Ashkenazim, as the population of Ashkenazi Jews accounts for 4 percent of the total Jewish population of Turkey. Visits to the synagogue can be made during weekday mornings and for Shabbat services on Saturday mornings.
19. Saint Esprit Katedrali
The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, alternatively known as the St. Esprit Cathedral, located on Cumhuriyet Avenue 127/A, in the quarter of Pangaltı in Şişli district, the former Harbiye, between Taksim Square and Nişantaşı, is one of the main Catholic churches in Istanbul, Turkey. This 19th century cathedral is behind the walls of the French Notre Dame de Sion high school. While walking from Taksim towards Harbiye, some may notice a door with metal bars leading to the school's courtyard beyond which is a statue of Benedict XV. Past the door stands the cathedral.
20. Hızır Çavuş Cami
Speedır Çaruş Mosque, Istanbul Province, Fatih district, Balat neighborhood, built during the Ottoman period. It is also known as Sergeant Masjid and Sarge Sergeant Masjid. The exact construction date is unknown. II in the post-conquest period. Mehmed's couch sergeant was built by Speakır Agha. It burned in 1854 in the Great Balat Fire and was re-established by a philanthropist. In 1963-64, he was repaired as concrete. In the inner courtyard of the mosque, there is a Koran course with the same name next to the grave of Sergeant Sarge and the mosque.
21. Rakım Paşa Çeşmesi
Rakım Pasha Fountain is an Ottoman-era fountain located adjacent to the qibla wall of Ali Pertek Mosque on the coastal road in the Rumelihisarı neighborhood of Sarıyer district of Istanbul province. It is also known as the Ibrahim Efendi Fountain. Rakım Mehmed Pasha, who served as the Ottoman treasurer, Governor of Abyssinia and Egypt, had it built for the soul of his father, Defterdar İbrahim Efendi. It is made of cut mold stone. The water is flowing. During the renovation, it was covered with concrete, and its boat was replaced.
22. Church of St. George
The Patriarchal Cathedral Church of St. George is the principal Eastern Orthodox cathedral located in Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey and, as Constantinople, capital of the Byzantine Empire until 1453, and of the Ottoman Empire until 1922. Since about 1600, it has been the seat of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople whose leader is regarded as the primus inter pares in the Eastern Orthodox Church, and is frequently looked upon as the spiritual leader of the 300 million Orthodox Christians worldwide.
23. Church of St. Polyeuktos
The Church of St. Polyeuctus was an ancient Byzantine church in Constantinople built by the noblewoman Anicia Juliana and dedicated to Saint Polyeuctus. Intended as an assertion of Juliana's own imperial lineage, it was a lavishly decorated building, and the largest church of the city before the construction of the Hagia Sophia. It introduced the large-scale use of Sassanid Persian decorative elements, and may have inaugurated the new architectural type of domed basilica, perfected in the later Hagia Sophia.
24. Ahmediye Cami
Ahmediye (Middle) is in the district of Fatih, Istanbul, Alexanderpaşa. Another Istanbul Ahmediye Mosque is located in Üsküdar. The first production date of the Octagon Ahmediye (Middle) Mosque, adjacent to the Alexanderpaşa, built by Pargali İbrahim Paşa for the Middle. The reconstruction after the collapse of the Yeniceri January in 1826 was in 1913 according to the book on it. It is at cross-section of Family Street, which goes up from Vatan Street to Fatih Street of Orphans Street.
25. Tahtakale Hamamı
The Tahtakale Hamam is a historic Ottoman hammam building in Istanbul, Turkey, close to the Rüstem Pasha Mosque in the Tahtakale neighbourhood, between the Grand Bazaar and Eminönü. Built during the reign of Sultan Mehmet II, it is one of the oldest surviving bathhouses in the city. After having suffered significant damage while being used as a storage depot in the 20th century, the building was restored in the late 1980s and now serves as a local shopping centre and cafe.
26. Surp Garabed Church
Surp Garabet Church is an Armenian church located in the Üsküdar district of Istanbul Province, Turkey. Built before 1593, the church was renovated in 1617 and 1727. The church, which was repaired again in 1844, was destroyed in a fire in 1887 and rebuilt in 1888 as masonry. The church, which was repaired in 2006, was opened for worship by the Armenian Patriarch of Istanbul Mesrob II. The building was registered as a 1st degree urban protected area on August 4, 1983.
27. Aziz Mahmut Hüda-i Camii
Aziz Mahmud Hudayi Mosque is a historical mosque from the Ottoman Period, located in the Aziz Mahmud Hudayi Neighborhood of the Üsküdar district of Istanbul. It was built by Asiye Hümaşah Sultan, the granddaughter of Suleiman the Magnificent, on behalf of her third husband, Aziz Mahmud Hüdayi. The mosque, whose construction started in 1589, was opened for worship in 1595 after 6 years of construction. Architecturally, the mosque reflects the Ottoman influences.
28. Hacı İlyas Yatağan Cami
Hacı İlyas Yatağan Mosque, Istanbul Fatih District Ayvansaray neighborhood II. It is the mosque built during the Mehmed period. He was built by Hacı İlyas Ağa, the artillery of Mehmed II. II. It is also known as the "Yatagan Mosque" because it was built by a person in the name of Yatağâni Dede during the period of Süleyman and buried in the mosque after his death. III. During the reign of Mehmed (in 1598), the pulpit was added and turned into a mosque.
29. Osman Ağa Mosque
Osmanağa Mosque or Osman Ağa Mosque was replaced by 1. It was built in 1612 by Sultan Ahmet's Babussaade Agha Osman Ağa. When this mosque was destroyed over time, in 1811 2. It was renovated by Sultan Mahmut, but as a result of the fire that occurred in Kadıköy in 1878, it also burned down, and today's mosque was built in the same year. The plane tree in the garden of the mosque was planted in 1880 by the imam of the mosque, Mehmet Asım Efendi.
30. Tabaklar Camii
The Tabaklar Mosque, Konyan Brothers Mosque or Debbağlar Mosque is a historic mosque from the Ottoman Era, located in Zeynep Kamil Quarter of Üeynep Kamil Neighborhood of Üeynep in Üsküdar district of Üsküdar, Istanbul. It was built by Hacı Ferhat Ağa and Hacı Mehmet Ağa. The mosque, which started its construction in 1587, was opened to worship in 1588 after 1 year construction process. The Mosque architecturally reflects Ottoman breezes.
31. Çinili Mosque
The Chinese Mosque, Orta Valide Mosque or Mahpeyker Köseyker Kösem Valide Sultan Mosque is a historical mosque from the Ottoman Period in the Murat Reis Quarter of Üsküdar district of Istanbul. It was built by Mahpeyker Kösem Valide Sultan, the wife of Ahmet I. The mosque, which started its construction in 1638, was opened for worship in 1640 after the 2 -year construction process. The mosque reflects the Ottoman breezes as an architecture.
32. Aşçıbaşı Mosque
Aşçıbaşı Mosque or Aşçıbaşı Mehmet Efendi Mosque is a historical mosque from the Ottoman Empire period, located in the Zeynep Kamil Neighborhood of the Üsküdar district of Istanbul. It was built by Pervane Mehmet Efendi, who was the chief chef of Mehmed IV. The mosque, whose construction started in 1650, was opened for worship in 1652 after a 2-year construction process. Architecturally, the mosque reflects the Ottoman influences.
33. Cemal Resit Rey Concert Hall
The Cemal Reşit Rey Concert Hall is a concert hall located in the Harbiye neighbourhood of Istanbul, Turkey. It is one of the country's major concert halls, being the first one designed for classical music. Named after the Turkish composer Cemal Reşit Rey (1904–1985), the hall is owned by the Metropolitan Municipality of Istanbul and operated by its subsidiary, the Kültür company. Opened in March 1989, it has a seating capacity of 860.
34. Ahırkapı lighthouse
The Ahırkapı Feneri, a historical lighthouse still in use, is located at the southern Seraglio Point on the Rumelian coast of Bosporus' south entrance, in Ahırkapı neighborhood of Istanbul's Fatih district, Turkey. It is across from the Kadıköy İnciburnu Feneri, which is on the Anatolian coast of the strait at a distance of 1.5 nmi (2.8 km). A line connecting the two lighthouses marks the southern boundary of the Port of Istanbul.
35. Sümbül Efendi Camii
Koca Mustafa Pasha Mosque is a former Eastern Orthodox church converted into a mosque by the Ottomans, located in Istanbul, Turkey. The church, as the adjoining monastery, was dedicated to Saint Andrew of Crete, and was named Saint Andrew in Krisei or by-the-Judgment. Although heavily transformed during both the Byzantine and the Ottoman eras, it is one of the few extant churches in Istanbul whose foundation goes back to the sixth century.
36. Mehmet Efendi Çeşmesi
Mehmet Efendi Çeşmeşeşeşeşeşeşeşeşeşeşeşeşeşeşmekayasophia neighborhood in Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. Although the name of his banisi is not clearly mentioned in his book, it says that he is the same name as the prophet. It's on the street in front of the Little Hagia Sophia Mosque. His book is in place. In a careless state, the front boat is broken and under road jeans. Lülesi is missing and does not flow water.
37. Eski İmaret Camii
The Eski Imaret Mosque is a former Byzantine church converted into a mosque by the Ottomans. The church has traditionally been identified as belonging to the Monastery of Christ Pantepoptes, meaning "Christ the all-seeing". It is the only documented 11th-century church in Istanbul which survives intact, and represents a key monument of middle Byzantine architecture. Despite that, it remains among the least studied buildings in the city.
38. Nalıncı Kasım Sokak Çeşmesi
Nalıncı Kasım Sokak Fountain is an Ottoman-era fountain in the Cibali neighborhood of Fatih district of Istanbul. It is located on Nalıncı Kasım Street of the same name. It is in a state of disrepair and the water does not flow. His boat remained below road level and his inscription has not survived to the present day. It is on the exterior wall façade of the Cibali Tobacco Factory, which is used as Kadir Has University.
39. Cistern of Philoxenos
The Cistern of Philoxenos, or Binbirdirek Cistern, is a man-made subterranean reservoir in Istanbul, situated between the Forum of Constantine and the Hippodrome of Constantinople in the Sultanahmet district. It has been restored and is now visited as a tourist attraction. The entrance is located at İmran Öktem Sokak 4. Binbirdirek Cistern is the second largest cistern in Istanbul after the Basilica Cistern.
40. Kadıköy İnciburnu Feneri
The Kadıköy İnciburnu Feneri is a lighthouse located at the head of Kadıköy Harbor's İnciburnu Breakwater on the Anatolian coast of Bosporus' south entrance, in Kadıköy district of Istanbul, Turkey. It is across from the Ahırkapı Feneri, which is on the Rumelian coast of the strait at a distance of 1.5 nmi. A line connecting the two lighthouses marks the southern boundary of the Port of Istanbul.
41. Tekfur Sarayı
The Palace of the Porphyrogenitus, known in Turkish as the Tekfur Sarayı, is a late 13th-century Byzantine palace in the north-western part of the old city of Constantinople. An annex of the greater palace complex of Blachernae, it is the best preserved of the three Byzantine palaces to survive in the city, and one of the few relatively intact examples of late Byzantine secular architecture in the world.
42. Selamiçeşme Özgürlük Parkı
The Freedom Park is a park within the borders of Göztepe Neighborhood in the Selamiçeşme district of Kadıköy district of Istanbul. In the park, there are football and basketball courts, tennis courts, gait cord, playgrounds for children, sports equipment for adults, bicycle path, ornamental pools, amphitheater, special areas for visiting animals, a picnic area and cafeteria.
43. Column of Marcian
The Column of Marcian is a Roman honorific column erected in Constantinople by the praefectus urbi Tatianus (450-c.452) and dedicated to the Emperor Marcian (450-57). It is located in the present-day Fatih district of Istanbul. The column is not documented in any late Roman or Byzantine source and its history has to be inferred from its location, style and dedicatory inscription.
44. Küçük Mecidiye Camii
The Küçük Mecidiye Mosque is an Ottoman mosque in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Turkey. It was built from the order of Sultan Abdülmecid I by Nigoğos Balyan, member of the Balyan family. The mosque is located on the Çırağan Street near the entrance to the Yıldız Park. Beşiktaş Police Station is located nearby, Çırağan Palace is across the street.
45. Παναγία η Μουχλιώτισσα
Saint Mary of the Mongols (full name in Greek: Θεοτόκος Παναγιώτισσα or Παναγία Μουχλιώτισσα ; Turkish name: Kanlı Kilise, is an Eastern Orthodox church in Istanbul. It is one of the only remaining Byzantine churches of Constantinople that has never been converted to a mosque, always remaining open to the Greek Orthodox Church.
46. Surp Asdvadzadzin Kilisesi
Surp Asdvadzadzin Church, Armenian church in the district of Beşiktaş, in İstanbul, Turkey. Built in 1838 by hassa architect Garabed Amira Balyan as a kürpükçi, the church of Armenian Patrik I in 1987. Renovated in Şınorhk time, the busts of Garabed and Sarkis Balyan were placed in his yard in 1993. The renovated church in 2013, Artin Dadyan Pasha was buried.
47. Kefeli cami
The Kefeli Mosque is a former Eastern Orthodox church, later jointly officiated by Roman Catholics and Armenians, and finally converted into a mosque by the Ottomans. The Catholic Church was dedicated to Saint Nicholas. Its date of dedication as an Eastern Orthodox church is unknown, but it is commonly identified with the 9th-century Monastery of Manuel.
48. TGC Press Media Museum
The TGC Press Media Museum, aka Istanbul Press Media Museum, is a history and technology museum dedicated to mass communication in Turkey featuring exhibitions about journalism. It is located in the Çemberlitaş neighborhood of Fatih district in İstanbul, Turkey. Established in 1988, it is owned and operated by the Journalists Association of Turkey.
49. Balat Balino Rum Kilisesi
Panayia Balino Church is a Greek Orthodox Church located in the Ayvansaray neighborhood of the Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. Built in the 16th century, the church was rebuilt in the 18th century after a fire. The church, which was restored in 1843, 1877, 1912 and 1992, has a rectangular basilica plan and contains the Ayios Menas Holy Spring.
50. Hoca Ali Cami
Hoca Ali Mosque is a mosque built during the Ottoman period, located in the Ayvansaray neighborhood of Fatih district of Istanbul. It was built before 1568 by Hoca Ali Çelebi. It has a single minaret and a single balcony. The roof is covered with tiles. The pulpit and lectern are made of wood. There are tile motifs on the mihrab.
51. Malta Kiosk
The Malta Kiosk, also known as the Malta Pavilion, is a historic imperial Ottoman residence located within the garden of the Yıldız Palace in Istanbul, Turkey. The two-storey pavilion was commissioned by Sultan Abdülaziz as a hunting lodge, designed by the architect Sarkis Balyan in the neo-baroque style and completed in 1870.
52. Hz. Cabir Cami
Atik Mustafa Pasha Mosque is a former Eastern Orthodox church in Istanbul, converted into a mosque by the Ottomans. In Çember Sokak in the neighbourhood of Ayvansaray, in the district of Fatih, Istanbul, it lies just inside the walled city at a short distance from the Golden Horn, at the foot of the sixth hill of Constantinople.
53. Bayezid Ağa Camii
Bayezid Ağa Mosque or Arabacı Bayezid Ağa Mosque is a mosque in Topkapı Square of Topkapı District of Fatih district of Istanbul. After the conquest in 1453 II. It was built by Bayezid Ağa, Mehmed's sekbanbaşı. The mosque, which was ruined and unusable over time, was rebuilt at 1954–57 with the help of the community.
54. Museum Of Ancient Orient
The Museum of the Ancient Orient is a museum in Istanbul, and part of the group of Istanbul Archaeology Museums, located just in front of the main Archaeology Museum building. The building of the museum is in the ancient College of Fine Arts, commissioned by Osman Hamdi Bey in 1883. The museum itself was established in 1935.
55. Cumhuriyet Çeşmesi
The fountain of the Republic is the fountain in the district of Fatih Sultan Selim in Fatih District of Istanbul. In the inscription, "Cumhuriyet Fountain" and 341 according to the Hijri Calendar in the pediment. The fountain, which has a simple style, only decorations on the boat. The marbles in the Seki section are broken.
The Çakmak Line is a defense line established by Turkey, first on the Kırklareli-Edirne line and then in Çatalca in order to deter and counter any attack by the Germans on the Eastern Thrace border. It was built in anticipation of the outbreak of World War II. It stretched from the Sea of Marmara to the Black Sea.
57. Church of the Assumption
The Church of the French Church of Kadıköy or Notre-Dame de L'Assomption is a Neoclassical Catholic church located in the Kadıköy district of Istanbul, Turkey. The architect of the building, which was completed in 1865, is Giovanni Battista Barborini. The language of worship in the church is French and Turkish.
58. Defterdar İbrahim Paşa Cami
Defterdar İbrahim Paşa Mosque, in Istanbul, between Ortaköy and Kuruçeşme, the mosque in Defterdarburnu. The Defterdar İbrahim Paşa Mosque was built by Defterdar İbrahim Pasha in the second half of the 17th century (1661). The mosque is also known as “Defterdarburnu Mosque” and “Negiz Pasha Mosque”.
59. Harbiye Muhsin Ertuğrul Theater
Harbiye Muhsin Ertuğrul Stage is a theatre venue in the Harbiye neighborhood of Şişli district in Istanbul, Turkey. It is owned by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and operated by its City Theatres division. The theatre is named in honor of the Turkish stage actor and director Muhsin Ertuğrul (1892-1979).
60. Ertuğrul Tekke Mosque
The Ertuğrul Tekke Mosque,, is an Ottoman imperial mosque located in Yıldız neighbourhood, Serencebey rise of Beşiktaş district in Istanbul, Turkey. A late Ottoman period mosque, it is constructed as a külliye consisting of a tekke, guest house, türbe, fountain, and library in addition to the mosque.
61. Metroloji Filistin Ortodoks Kilisesi
The Metrology Church is a church in Balat district of Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. Although it is an Orthodox Church in Balat, it is not connected to the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem, not the Istanbul Greek Orthodox Patriarchate. Nowadays, it is closed to visitors and there is no congregation.
62. Ayazma Cami
The Ayazma Mosque is a mosque in the neighbourhood of Üsküdar in Istanbul, Turkey. It stands on a hillside overlooking the Bosphorus. It was commissioned by Ottoman Sultan Mustafa III and built between 1757 and 1761. It is an example of the Ottoman Baroque style that was prevalent in the 18th century.
63. Şeyh Süleyman Mescidi
Şeyh Süleyman Mosque is a mosque in Istanbul converted from a former Byzantine building which was part of the Eastern Orthodox Pantokrator Monastery. Its usage during the Byzantine era is unclear. The small building is a minor example of architecture of the Byzantine middle period in Constantinople.
64. Harbiye Cemil Topuzlu Açık Hava Tiyatrosu
The Cemil Topuzlu Open-Air Theatre is a contemporary amphitheatre located at Harbiye neighborhood of Şişli district in Istanbul, Turkey. It is situated across from the Istanbul Lütfi Kırdar Convention and Exhibition Center, and behind the Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus on the European side of the city.
65. Sadberk Hanım Museum
The Sadberk Hanım Museum is a private museum on the shores of the Bosphorus in the Büyükdere neighbourhood of Sarıyer district in Istanbul, Turkey. It was established by the Vehbi Koç Foundation in memory of Vehbi Koç’s deceased wife Sadberk. The museum is open every day except Wednesdays.
66. Bulgarian Church of St. Stephen
The Bulgarian St. Stephen Church, also known as the Bulgarian Iron Church, is a Bulgarian Orthodox church in Balat, Istanbul, Turkey. It is famous for being made of prefabricated cast iron elements in the Neo-Byzantine style. The church belongs to the Bulgarian Christian minority in the city.
67. Tuğlacıbaşı Camii
Tughlaqcibasi Mosque is a mosque in the Kadıköy district of Istanbul, Turkey. The mosque, which is located in the upper Feneryolu and has masonry walls and wooden roofs, was built in 1860 by Hacı Mustafa Efendi, who had brick blends in Kâğıthane. Its architect is Vasıf Efendi.
68. Tevfikiye Cami
Tevfikiye Mosque is a historical mosque from the Ottoman Period, located in the coastal of Arnavutköy district of Beşiktaş district of Istanbul. It is also known as “Arnavutköy Mosque” and “Akinti Burnu Mosque”. His property belongs to the administration of foundations.
69. Haldun Taner Stage
Kadıköy Haldun Taner Stage is a theatre venue located in Kadıköy district of Istanbul, Turkey. It is owned by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and operated by its City Theatres division. The theatre is named in honor of the Turkish playwright Haldun Taner (1915-1986).
70. Yoğurçu Park
Yogurtçu Park is a park located in Kadıköy district, Istanbul, in the district of Kadıköy. Osmanaga neighborhood is within its limits and stretches from the end of Fashion Coast to Kurbağalıdere and Yogurtçu Park Street, in parallel to the Kurbağalıdere Bridge.
71. The Feeler
The Feeler is an outdoor sculpture, located on the Üsküdar University campus in Üsküdar, İstanbul, Turkey. Installed in front of the Altunizade Central Campus, it was commissioned in 2011. Small sized versions of the sculpture are given by the University, as awards.
72. Mesih Ali Paşa Camii
Mesih Mehmed Pasha Mosque is a 16th-century Ottoman mosque in the Fatih district of Istanbul. It was commissioned by one of Murad III's grand viziers, Mesih Mehmed Pasha, and designed by the imperial architect Mimar Sinan. The mosque was completed in 1585–86.
73. Vilayet Cami
Nallı Masjid, also known as İmam Ali Mescidi or Babıali Mescidi, is a late 19th-century small mosque located at Ankara Street northwest of the historic Sublime Porte building, at Cağaloğlu quarter of Fatih district of old Istanbul, Turkey.
74. Ihlamur Pavilion
Ihlamur Palace, is a former imperial Ottoman summer pavilion located in Istanbul, Turkey. It was constructed during the reign of Sultan Abdülmecid I (1839-1860). It is under the administration of the Turkish Directorate of National Palaces.
75. Sultan Mustafa İskele Mosque
The temple, also called the Iskele Mosque, was built by Mustafa III in 1760. Years later, it was ruined, and in 1858, Abdülmecid had it rebuilt as masonry. Although it is known that there is a Sıbyan school next to it, it no longer exists.
76. Yıldız Palace
77. Fikret Mualla
Fikret Muallâ Saygı was a 20th-century avant-garde painter of Turkish descent. His work reflects influences from Expressionism and Fauvism, with subject matter focusing on Paris street life, social gatherings such as cafés and circuses.
78. Hemdat Israel Sinagogu
Hemdat Israel Synagogue is a synagogue founded in 1899 and located in the quarter of Haydarpaşa in Kadıköy, on the Asian side of Istanbul, Turkey. Visits and participation to prayers are possible after contacting the Chief Rabbinate.
79. Great Palace Mosaic Museum
80. Military Museum
Istanbul Military Museum is dedicated to one thousand years of Turkish military history. It is one of the leading museums of its kind in the world. The museum is open to the public everyday except Mondays and Tuesdays.
81. Saint Leon
Surp Andon Church is an Armenian Catholic church in Kadıköy district, in Istanbul district, Turkey. Built in 1890 as a wooden chapel, the church was destroyed and built in 1911 and opened to worship in 1911.
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