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Restaurang
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“It was built in the 14th century by the Genoese colony as part of the defense wall surrounding their district at Galata directly opposite ancient Constantinopolis. They called the tower as "Christea Turris", or "Tower of Christ".”
477lokala rekommendationer
History Museum
“Hagia Sophia is among the most visited museums; is one of the world's most prominent monuments in the history of art and architecture and is shown as the 8th wonder of the world...”
383lokala rekommendationer
Plaza för fotgängare
“it is worth to visit the palace from Ottoman Empire which made by French and Armenian architectures.”
284lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“The worlds first shopping mall completed in 1461. Spend all day here soaking up traditional turkish goods.”
292lokala rekommendationer
Museum
“Contemporary art exhibitions. I love it's library either. If you can catch some days they also have film screenings.”
367lokala rekommendationer
Mosque
“historical peninsula. hagia sophia and blu mosq one of the iconic place in istanbul. 6 metro staion away ”
298lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“Built in 1664, as part of the Yeni Camii (New Mosque) complex, it is known in Turkish as "Mısır Çarşısı", and sometimes translated to "Egyptian Bazaar" or 'Spice Bazaar'”
198lokala rekommendationer
History Museum
“This Ottoman built palace has beautiful views, history, and culture. Make it a day trip and pay to see both parts of the museum.”
189lokala rekommendationer
Nattklubb
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“Tourist friendly restaurant that turns into a nightclub with views of the city!”
175lokala rekommendationer
Historisk plats
“Miles of underground history complete with heads of Medusa, Emperor Constantine, and more.”
149lokala rekommendationer
Ölträdgård
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“this passage was built as a market place to replace the Naum Theatre which had burnt down in the great fire on beyoglu in 1870. it was called Cite de Pera. in 1908 it was bought by the Grand Vizier Küçük Said Pasha. Subsequently many flower shops opened and it took the name "Flowers Passage". The taverns that opened in the 1940s began to attact customers. By the end of the 1950s the name"Flower Passage" remained as memory and the passage became completely taken over by taverns. One of the most colorful places of Beyoglu and of Istanbul the passage attracts the attention of local and foreign people because of its side by side restaurants of pubs.”
140lokala rekommendationer
Köpcentrum
“one of the biggest shopping mall. 5 min y walk from the house . there are restaurant exchange office and many stores....”
117lokala rekommendationer