Halk arasında Ortaköy Camii, Ortaköy semtinde sahilde bulunan Neo Barok tarzında bir camiidir. Cami, Sultan Abdülmecit tarafından Mimar Nigoğos Balyan’a 1853 yılında yaptırılmıştır. Geniş ve yüksek pencereler Boğaz’ın değişken ışıklarını caminin içine taşıyacak biçimde düzenlenmiştir.
beautiful mosque in mid of the scene; you may take a Bosphorus Cruise at the pier for 1 hr- reasonable rate
Büyük Mecidiye Mosque or Ortaköy Mosque, which is known among the public, is a Neo Baroque style mosque in the Ortaköy district of Beşiktaş district in the Bosphorus.
This is one of the best panoramas of İstanbul and it's only a walking distance away from you! You should definitely see this mosque which attracts many tourists and spend quality time at one of the cafes and restaurants around.
Ortakoy Mosque, one of the most famous sights in the city. Only a 15-20 min. walk away, only 5 min. with a taxi or bus!
Istanbul symbolic spot to take photos. The Bosphorus, the famous Ortaköy (Mecidiye) Mosque, the Bosphorus Bridge and the view of Asia from Europe. Eat Kumpir, you don't need to find a place for that, they will call you out LOUD any way :)
“The Palace of Stars, for the first time Sultan III. It was built for Selim's mother Mihrişah Sultan, especially the Ottoman Sultan II. The palace used to be the main palace of the Ottoman Empire during the reign of Abdülhamit.”
“Topkapi Palace is located on a beautiful edge of Fatih area next to Bosphorus Strait. It was built in the 15th century to replace the old palace and became the new headquarters for the Ottoman Imperial family and leaders. In 1985, the palace has been declared as one of the world heritage sites by UNESCO and today it is open as a museum for visitors. Although the palace has hundreds of rooms, many of them are not open to public but you can still see the most important areas such as the Harem, treasury room and more including the collections from the history of the Empire.”
“We are in Dolmabahçe Palace located on Dolmabahçe Street in Beşiktaş district. This is the founder of the Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's Republic of Turkey, where life in his eyes. Since 1842, both the standing and the palace of the Ottoman Empire has also been witnessing the first years of the Republic of Turkey. Dolmabahçe Palace and Dolmabahçe Mosque located right next to it; you can visit today under the auspices of the National Palaces Department. The palace's throne hall, harem rooms and garden spanning 110 thousand square meters are worth seeing. Items belonging to Atatürk are also exhibited in the Dolmabahçe Palace.”
“This summer residence of the Sultans was also used to house foreign heads of state visiting the Ottoman capital. Several palaces had been built and demolished at this site over the years. The present structure was built between 1861-1865 and has six staterooms and 26 smaller rooms.”