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K?z Kulesi

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The architectural structure of the Maiden's Tower (K?z Kulesi) dates back to 341 BC. This cape  which was an extension of the Bosphorous straits at the time (there are rumours that it was a peninsula before) used to be called "vus". At this date  after being a mausoleum built on marble columns for the wife of Commander Chares  a chain was pulled from its location at Sarayburnu to the island where the tower was located  in 410 BC  to make it a customs area controlling the entries and exits of the Bosphorous strait. At 1110 AD  the first apparent structure (tower) was built by the Emperor Manuel Comnenos.

This structure  which was built as a defence tower  was named Arcla  meaning "Small Tower". Although there is no clear information about this structure  it is believed to be close to its current dimensions. The tower  which was used for defence purposes during the conquest of ?stanbul  was used for very different purposes after 1453. During the Ottoman period  it was used rather as a show platform  than a defence team and the Mehteran team cited the nevbet (a national anthem) accompanied by the canons placed on the island. The structure  which was damaged during the earthquake of 1509  was rebuilt later. Furthermore  it acted as a lighthouse with the lights that were added. The structure that was built then included a tower and a castle  and a cistern was built in it. The tower that burnt down with the fire from the light  in 1719  was repaired again in 1725 by the Head Architect of the city  Nev?ehirli Damat ?brahim Pa?a. The tower section was changed a little  and a glass chalet was added to the top  and a lead dome was placed on it  and the building was built with wood. It was converted into a quarantine hospital in order for the cholera epidemic not to spread to the city in 1830. It was started to be used as a defence castle again with the decline of the Ottoman Empire  and it is equipped with canons. The epigraph bearing the signature of Sultan Mahmut the Second was placed on the marble above the gate  with the handwriting of the famous calligrapher Rakim. In 1857  a light is added again  and in 1920  an automatic system is introduced as the light of the lighthouse. It is thought of transferring this building to private sector as of 1992  and several institutions such as the ?stanbul Metropolitan Municipality  Üsküdar Municipality  Chamber of Architects  ?airler  Turing  Ulusoy Group of Companies  etc. develop various mediatic projects...

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Binbir Direk Sarn?c?

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According to Byzantium resources, The Binbirdirek Cistern was constructed in the fourth century as  the second biggest water reservoir in Istanbul after Bazalika Cistern (Yerebatan Palace). These resources say that when 1. Constantinus settled the city, he forced to migrate some of his senates from Rome to here. One of them was Philoxenus Palace, and he has built this Cistern in the aim of providing the necessary water to this palace which was built as a neighbour of hippodrome. As Patria Konstantinopoleos, one of the sources giving information about the topography of the city of Byzantium period, Philoxenus Palace was near to Lausus Palace and was neighbour to Constantinus forum. There is no doubt that this forum is in Çemberlita?. It’s known that Lausus Palace is also at the same surrounding, so Binbirdirek Cistern is belong to Philoxenus Palace, or most probably to Lausus Palace.

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Sarnic

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After a seven-year restoration, the historic cistern of 1600 years old, is going to serve as a restaurant.

The cistern is going to host of any kind of events and organizations including invitations.

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Küçük Su Kasr?

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First a pair of wooden pavilions stood in this area, built by Sultan Mahmud I in the mid 18th century.

The wooden buildings were restored and used by his successors, but a century later Sultan Abdulmecid had it torn down and replaced with this stone structure, using the leftovers from Dolmabahçe Palace.

The palace was completed in 1857. During the next decades, it was used as a hunting lodge, until the end of the Ottoman Empire.

In the Republican Era it became a building for state guests, and Atatürk was known to work or rest here when in Istanbul. In 1944, it was opened to the public as a museum.

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Koç Müzesi

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The Rahmi M. Koç Museum is a private industrial museum in Istanbul, Turkey dedicated to history of transport, industry and communications. Rahmi M. Koç, member of the wealthiest dynasty in Turkey and retired boss of the Koç Group, founded the museum in 1991, which was opened on December 13, 1994. The museum is located in the suburb of Hasköy on the north shore of the Golden Horn and situated in two historical buildings connected to each other. It is open to public every day except Monday. The museum's director is Anthony Phillipson.

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Beylerbeyi Saray?

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Beylerbeyi Palace was commissioned by Sultan Abdülaziz (1830–1876) and built between 1861 and 1865 as a summer residence and a place to entertain visiting heads of state. Empress Eugénie of France visited Beylerbeyi on her way to the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 and had her face slapped by the sultan's mother for daring to enter the palace on the arm of Abdülaziz. (Despite her initial reception, Empress Eugénie of France was so delighted by the elegance of the palace that she had a copy of the window in the guest room made for her bedroom in Tuileries Palace, in Paris.) Other regal visitors to the palace included the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. The palace was the last place of captivity of the deposed sultan Abdulhamid II from 1912 until his death there in 1918.

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Y?ld?z Saray?

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Y?ld?z Palace, meaning "Star Palace", was built in 1880 and was used by the Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamid II. The area of the palace was originally made of natural woodlands and became an imperial estate during the reign of Sultan Ahmed I (1603-1617). Various sultans after Ahmed I enjoyed vacationing on these lands and Sultans Abdülmecid I and Abdülaziz built mansions here.

In the late 19th century, Sultan Abdülhamid II left Dolmabahçe because he feared a seaside attack on the palace, which is located at the shore of the Bosporus strait. He expanded the Y?ld?z Palace and ordered the renowned Italian architect Raimondo D'Aronco to build new buildings to the palace complex. When he moved there, the palace became the fourth seat of Ottoman government (the previous ones were the Eski Saray (Old Palace) in Edirne, and the Topkap? and Dolmabahçe Palaces in Istanbul.)

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Feriye Lokantas?

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Moving in the 19th Century from Topkap? Palace to their new magnificent palaces in the Bosphorus, the Ottoman Sultans literally started the history of Feriye, built then as a precinct.As the terminus of the new palatial area extending from Be?ikta? to Ortaköy with Dolmabahçe and Ç?ra?an Palaces, Feriye is actually an embodiment of the interesting architectural features peculiar to its age. Further to the restoration carried out in 1995 by Kabata? High School Foundation, Feriye Complex has become an exceptional spot to make you meet the past on the Bosphorus.

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Les Ottomans

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The grandeur of the Ottomans are kept alive with today’s luxury and comfort at Hôtel Les Ottomans.Located at the most magnificent section of the Bosphorus, the “Muhsinzade Mehmet Pasha Mansion” has been brought back to life, under the hostship of Ahu Aysal, as “Hôtel Les Ottomans”.The Muhsinzade Mehmet Pasha Mansion was one of the most prestigious mansions of its time. The mansion and its annexes were built on a total land area of 4,527sqm, where there had been remains from the time of Ahmet III, a fountain and garden sets. This exquisite fountain and garden were considered as finer examples of Ottoman style garden and water architectures.The family lived at the mansion from 1790-1929 and then gradually left. Mansion and its land were rented out to a merchant to be used as a coal storage area. In 1935, it was finally being used for sand storage. In the 1980’s, 22 inheritors of the family came together to sell the mansion to an entrepreneur who intended to use the property in tourism business.After a long and sad hiatus in its history, the mansion came back to life by the members of the Aysal Family under the Unit Group structure. The mansion was converted to one of the most luxurious and exclusive hotels in Turkey by the refined taste of its proprietress. Remaining faithful to its original design on the outside, it was restructured inside as a journey from its origins in the past to the present and presented as a mixture of love and lavish beauty which mankind constantly seek for.

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Divan Kuruçe?me

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Located on the shore of the Bosphorus Strait in the exclusive and historic neighbourhood of Kuruçe?me, the Divan Kuruçe?me is one of Istanbul and Turkey’s most sought-after event spaces and over the course of 20 years has hosted thousands of successful functions and unforgettable special events.

The Divan Kuruçe?me combines a variety of advantages. In addition to its fashionable address and outstanding view, the Divan Kuruçe?me is also easily accessible from anywhere in Istanbul and also offers the option of arriving by boat.

Itself a historic property, the Divan Kuruçe?me offers four separate venues within the same facility, each with its own personality but all featuring Divan’s subtle style and elegant decor: the Stone Pavilion, the Crystal Tent, the Poolside Terrace and the Antique Salon, each ideally suited to host different types of events, giving the Divan Kuruçe?me unrivalled flexibility as a venue.

Divan Kuruçe?me shares the Divan heritage of gourmet Turkish and international cuisine, serving guests a range of delicious and innovative menus tailored for every occasion.

What’s more, if you would like to enjoy Divan Kuruçe?me efficiency, flavour and style anywhere you organize an event, let our Outside Catering Department take care of all of the details, leaving you free to focus on ensuring your event is the talk of the season.

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Arkeoloji Müzesi Teras?

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The site of the museums belonged to the Topkap? Palace outer gardens. The museum was founded by decree as the Imperial Museum (?mparatorluk Müzesi) in 1891. It was the first museum to feature Turkish art[citation needed]. The first curator and founder of the museum was Osman Hamdi Bey. Since an imperial decree protecting cultural goods in the Ottoman empire was enforced, many governors from the provinces would send in found artefacts to the capital city. In that way the museum was able to amass a great collection. Upon its 100th anniversary in 1991, the museum received the European Council Museum Award, particularly for the renovations made to the lower floor halls in the main building and the new displays in the other buildings.The construction of the main building was started by Osman Hamdi Bey in 1881, attaining its present neo-Greek form in 1908. The architect was Alexander Vallaury (who also designed the Pera Palas Hotel in Istanbul). The facade of the building was inspired by the Alexander Sarcophagus nd Sarcophagus of the Mourning Women, both housed inside the Museum. It is one of the prominent structures built in the neoclassical style in Istanbul.

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Samatya Meydan?

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Yedikule Zindanlar?

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Sait Halim Pasha Yal?s?

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Sait Halim Pasa Yalisi Capacity: 4 total rooms, 1 king suite, 1 deluxe room, 2 deluxe suites.
Room Details: Direct dial telephone, music, safe box, internet connection, television, digiturk, central air conditioning, shower, bath, hair dryer, jacuzzi.
General Facilities: Central air condition and heating, garden, wireless internet, power generator, doctor on demand, valet parking.
Sports & Recreation: Turkish bath. Wining & Dining: International Cuisine, Ottoman Cuisine.
Meeting & Congress: 7 meeting rooms .Screen, flipchart, projector, sound system, microphone, television, fax, air conditioning, light system.
Location: Atatürk Airport 30 km. On the Bosphorus, reachable via sea as well.

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Esma Sultan Yalisi

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Interior upper floor Interior ground floor
m2 2226 388 388
width - 12,5 12,5
length - 31 27
height - 6,8 3,8
theatre - 400 250
cocktail 3000 600 300
buffet 2000 - -
round table 1000 336 180

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Art 8 Lounge

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Located on the penthouse level of The Sofa, Art*8 creates the perfect setting for VIP meetings, lunches and dinners, special events, surrounded by contemporary artworks.The open area and lounge host from 10 to 300 guests with a magnificent city and seaview.

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Ca?alo?lu Hamam?

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The Ca?alo?lu Hamam, constructed in 1741, is the last hamam to be built during the Ottoman Empire. It was constructed in Istanbul Eminonu, in Alemdar, on Hilal-i Ahmer street as a cifte public hamam to bring revenue for the library of Sultan Mahmud I the first situated inside the mosque of Ayasofya. When we take a look at the names of the head architects of that time we can say that it was begun by Suleyman Aga finished by Abdullah Aga. It is the last example of its kind to be built in Istanbul and is a successful hamam that is still operational in our time. The door of the women’s section is on a side street called Hamam while the mens' entrance is from the main road with two marble columns with classic stalactite capitals on both sides. In time when the street was elevated, the mens’ section is reached by a staircase of 10 steps. The architecture of the door is contrary to eclectic Turkish style. On the tablet above the door is a long inscription of 7 lines and 28 verves.

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Santral Otomobil Müzesi

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Dolmabahçe Saray?

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Dolmabahçe Palace was ordered by the Empire's 31st Sultan, Abdülmecid I, and built between the years 1843 and 1856. Hac? Said A?a was responsible for the construction works, while the project was realized by architects Garabet Balyan, his son Nikoghayos Balyan and Evanis Kalfa. The construction cost five million Ottoman mecidiye gold coins, the equivalent of 35 tonnes of gold.[1] Fourteen tonnes of gold in the form of gold leaf were used to gild the ceilings of the 45,000 square metre monoblock palace, which stands on an area of 110,000 m²

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?stanbul Üniversitesi Orta Salon

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The first modern Applied Physics courses were given at the Darülfünûn on 31 December 1863, which marked the beginning of a new period, and on 20 February 1870, the school was renamed as the Darülfünûn-u Osmanî ('Ottoman House of Multiple Sciences') and reorganized to meet the needs of modern sciences and technologies. Starting from 1874, some classes of Literature, Law and Applied Sciences were given at the building of Galatasaray High School, which continued regularly until 1881. On 1 September 1900, the school was renamed and reorganized as the Darülfünûn-u ?ahane ('Imperial House of Multiple Sciences') with courses on Mathematics, Literature and Theology. On 20 April 1912, the school was renamed as the ?stanbul Darülfünûnu ('Istanbul House of Multiple Sciences') while the number of courses were increased and the curricula were modernized with the establishment of the Schools of Medicine, Law, Applied Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), Literature and Theology.

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Yerebatan Sarn?c?

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The name of this subterranean structure derives from a large public square on the First Hill of Constantinople, the Stoa Basilica, beneath which it was originally constructed. Before being converted to a cistern, a great Basilica stood in its place, built between the 3rd and 4th centuries during the Early Roman Age as a commercial, legal and artistic centre.[2] The basilica was reconstructed by Ilius after a fire in 476.Ancient texts indicated that the basilica contained gardens, surrounded by a colonnade and facing the Church of Hagia Sophia [3] According to ancient historians, Emperor Constantine built a structure that was later rebuilt and enlarged by Emperor Justinian after the Nika riots of 532, which devastated the city.Historical texts claim that 7,000 slaves were involved in the construction of the cistern.[4]The enlarged cistern provided a water filtration system for the Great Palace of Constantinople and other buildings on the First Hill, and continued to provide water to the Topkapi Palace after teOttoman conquest in 1453 and into modern times.

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Portex

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Portaxe, now operated by LS Banquet, provides an ideal alternative for any event organization at its 450 sqm indoor, and 550 sqm outdoor facilities.

Providing an ideal venue for all your private occasions, including meetings, dinners, presentations, new product or service launches, cocktails, parties and weddings Portaxe offers quests pleasant organizations with its unparalleled and glamorous scenery of the Bosphorus. And Portaxe also offers you 'A La Carte' service.

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Ulus 29 Çubuklu

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Open since December 1993, Ulus 29 is owned and managed by Metin Fad?ll?o?lu. – a name synonymous with offering quality service, ambiance and a fine dining experience to local and international gastronomy aficionados. Ulus 29 is located on a hilltop in the upscale neighborhood of Ulus. The indoor dining area has floor to to ceiling windows affording a breathtaking view of the Bosphorus strait and the two bridges connecting the European and Asian shorelines. Further, the terrace is open during the summer months for your dining pleasure. The décor of Ulus 29 was designed by Zeynep Fad?ll?o?lu, an internationally acclaimed interior designer, and her ZF Design team. Ulus 29 is open daily from 6:30pm on for dinner and Monday-Friday from noon to 3:00pm for lunch. Adjacent to the restaurant is “The Private Room” also affording a magnificent Bosphorus view. It is available for exclusive gatherings, meetings and special events.

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Su Ada Club

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The island at the Kuruçe?me district of Bosporus, which is composed of several big stone blocks 165 meter away from the shore ,was given as a present to the Serkis Kalfa,The chief architect of the palace ,in 1872 by Sultan Abdulaziz,the ruler of the Ottoman Empire. Having built a three storey pavilion in this island, Serkis Kalfa moved here.The worldwide famous painter Ayvazovski, invited by the Sultan Abdul-Aziz, had been a guest to Serkis Kalfa at the Kuruçe?me Island in 1874 and was introduced to the sultan.Ayazovski painted the pictures of Dolmabahçe Palace ordered to be drawn by the sultan Abdul-Aziz at this island. The island was rented out to the ‘’?irket-i Hayriye Ferry Enterprise’’ by the heirs of Serkis Bey after the 2 nd. world war and it was used as a coal depot for long years.This island was called as ‘’The island of Serkis Bey’’ up to the 1 st. world war years and was known to be ‘’A corner of heaven’’ of the time. Serkis Kalfa (1835-1899), who continued to render service as the chief architect of the palace subsequent to the death of Sultan Abdul-Aziz and during the reign of 2 nd. Abdulhamit, lived at this island until his deathThe island was bought by Galatasaray Sports Club in 1957 and it was turned into a place of social facilities.

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Safir Teras

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Adile Sultan Yalisi

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Sak?p Sabanc? Kandilli Education and Culture Center- Adile Sultan Palace was opened with a magnificent ceremony on June 28, 2006 by the host of UKTA? which is also the manager of Lütfi K?rdar.
Adile Sultan Palace, donated by the Adile Sultan to the public education to be used as a school for girls after her death in 1898. The Palace was used as Kandilli High Scool for Girls until 1986, when it was burnt down and with the donated of the deceased businessman Sak?p Sabanc? the Palace was restorated. By the direction of this purpose; Adile Sultan Palace was rebuilt by the support of the Ministry of National Education, Istanbul Governorship, deceased Sak?p Sabanc?, Hac? Ömer Sabanc? Foundation ( VAKSA ), and Kandilli High School for Girls Education and Cultural Foundation ( KANKEV ) and the Palace was named as ‘'Sak?p Sabanc? Kandilli Education and Culture Center - Adile Sultan Palace''.
The Palace, which is planned to become one of the most esteemed organization place in Istanbul, has halls with high, gold failed ceilings, with a view of the Bosphorus. The Palace covers an area of 5625m2 including accommodates an oval hall for meeting and banqueting of 500 people, another two meeting halls for 200 people each, a 1300m2 hall for cocktails and exhibitions, 20 seminar rooms with 30-40 seats, the ‘'Palace Garden''for 2000 people and various service units. 

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