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10 m / 33 ft
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Dolmabahçe Palace

The Dolmabahçe Palace is located directly on the Straits of the Bosphorus in Besiktas district. It was the modern seat of Ottoman sultans after they moved from…
60 m / 197 ft
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Mausoleum of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent

In Istanbul, you will find a number of mausoleas or tombs of the Sultans. The most prominent among them is the Sultan of Suleiman the Magnificent. The tomb is…
40 m / 131 ft
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Valens Aqueduct

Valens aqueduct is undoubtedly the most prestigious Roman monument in Istanbul. This water feeder worked both in the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire.…
77 m / 253 ft
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İstiklal Avenue

Perhaps the most famous street in Istanbul is the Istiklal (Istiklal Caddesi) avenue. You will find it north of the Galata Tower. It is a very busy avenue…
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Bosphorus

The Bosphorus is the famous strait separating Europe from Asia. On both banks of the Straits is located the largest Turkish city of Istanbul. The strait is…
50 m / 164 ft
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Galata Tower

The Galata Tower is the most significant monument of the northern part of Istanbul. With its seventy meters it was the tallest building of the city. It now…
38 m / 125 ft
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Sultan Ahmed Mosque - Blue Mosque

The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is known as the Blue Mosque. It is the largest mosque in Istanbul. It is the only one mosque in Turkey, which has six minarets. It is…
51 m / 167 ft
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Topkapi Palace

Topkapi Palace was the main seat of Ottoman sultans for almost 400 years. It is exposed in a tactical position above the Strait of Bosphorus at the very top of…
53 m / 174 ft
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Grand Bazaar in Istanbul

The whole Orient is famous for its huge bazaars full of spices, nuts, jewelery etc. – simply everything you can think of. The most famous and largest of these…