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Mosque
“The blue Mosque was built by Sedefkar Mehmet Aga between 1609 – 1616 years. It is called by Europeans as Blue Mosque because of its interior blue tiles which was used more than 20.000 pieces. It is a popular tourist site. The building is not just mosque, it is also a social life complex.”
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Historische Stätte
“it is located in the old city Sultanahmet, its a must visit where you will also see the legend Medusa. Dont forgot to visit Hagia Sofia while you are out there. ”
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Mosque
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Einkaufszentrum
“Historic Bazaar and shops and cafe and cafeteria for hookah... Just 3 münite”
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Mosque
“Old town İstanbul. You may see old life and places in the town. ( churches, monsques and bazaars.)”
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Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“Constantinus Porphyrogenes The area now overshadowed by Sultanahmet Mosque was, during the Byzantine period, the scene of horse-racing in the hippodrome. The hippodrome first built by Septimus ”
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History Museum
“A small museum inside a small Bazaar where i used to work when i was much younger :-) It has good ancient mosaics. You enter from one side of the Bazaar, pass under the Bazaar and come out from the other side. ”
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Mosque
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Historische Stätte
“Date On The Face Of The Day: Cheers Cistern One of the historical cisterns in our city is the Goodwill Cistern. The cistern, which was built for the purpose of storing water from the Bozdoğan Arch, was completed by order of the Byzantine Emperor 2. Theodosius. The modern entrance of the cistern in the district of Fatih district was located on Piyer Loti Street, which was formerly used as the Eminönü Municipality. In 2010, the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, Eminonu's old town hall was demolished and a restoration work was started in the region, including the Goodwill Cistern. The last years of the cistern with a continuous restoration of visitors could not be accepted. These restoration works, which lasted for about 8 years, ended recently and the Goodwill Cistern was recently reopened. This cistern has an area size of approximately 45 m x 25 m. This smaller building, which is smaller than the Basilica Cistern and the Binbirdirek Cistern, both as a column and an area, is approximately 1600 years old and older than these two famous cisterns. It was also known as Constantinus or Theodosius Cistern in the past, but since the 19th century it is generally called the Goodwill Cistern. The most striking feature is that this cistern, like the Basilica Cistern, is connected to the Binbirdirek Cistern. No detailed studies have been done on the subject, but more comprehensive studies will be done on this subject. Those who wish to visit the Goodwill Cistern may prefer any time period between 09.00 and 18.30 in the morning. The entrance fees of the visitors visiting the Goodwill Cistern are 10 TL for local visitors and 20 TL for foreign visitors. When you examine the structure, one of the first things that comes to your mind is how great a civilization lives in Istanbul.”
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Mosque
“Tarihi tüm yerler bu semtte bulunmaktadır, Ayasofya, Sultanahmet cami, Topkapı palas, yerebatan sarnıcı, binbirdirek sarnıcı, şerefiye müzesi, ve daha bir çoğu... ”
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