Topkapı Palace It is the only architectural building in the Ottoman palaces that was built without any plan. This palace is the oldest, wide and original among the palaces that have survived to the present day. It has been opened to the public as a museum since 1924. It was built by representing the silhouette […]
Topkapi was the first Ottoman palace to be built (1466-1478) in the newly conquered capital of the Empire by Mehmet II. Located on the spot where the foundations of the city were first laid in ancient times by Megarian Chief Byzas in the 7th century BC, the palace boasts one of the most beautiful views of Istanbul,
From the North-Western Turkey within the Marmara Region, and by the beauty of nature and fresh air, the charming Istanbul overlooks ….Istanbul is a transcontinental city in Eurasia, straddling the Bosphorus strait (which separates Europe and Asia).