Topkapi is the largest and oldest palace in the world to survive to our day. In 1924 it was turned into a museum at Atatiirk's request. Situated on the acropolis, the site of the first settlement in Istanbul, it commands an impressive view of the Golden Horn, the Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara. The palace is a complex surrounded by 5 km of walls and occupies an area of 700,000 sq. m at the tip of the historical peninsula.
The Palace of Ibrahim Pasa (16th century), situated on the west side of Sultan Ahmet Square, now functions as the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art. It is the only extant private palace, except for the imperial palaces. The building, elevated on arches, surrounds three sides of a central courtyard. A staircase leads from the terrace to the first section of the museum..
The Great Palace complex of Roman and early Byzantine era spread from Hagia Sophia and Hippodrome down to the sea front, over a large area.
Scattered remains of the Palace complex have been known for same time, but recently a large building was found at the east end of Hagia Sophia by the Archeological Museums Directorate of Istanbul.
This shopping complex is in the Old City district of İstanbul.You can see the quality of original unchant pieces of ceramics , jewellery and anthique carpets
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