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SOME BEAUTY FROM TURKEY
Like a lost and forgotten kingdom, Istanbul is waiting to be discovered again. Istanbul is a very old settlement with its 8000 years history. Istanbul is a living museum with its historical sites in open air, one can continuously find new beauties and interesting places. Istanbul is also a meeting point for all the religions.
Istanbul whose poppulation is over 10 million, is a major port and trade center. It is the most important city in Turkey, posessing a number of universities, high schools, libraries and cultural centers. Istanbul has an impressive sight, situated on a site dominating both the Golden Horn and the Bosphorus, and brimming with fine monuments and artifacts of the Byzantine and Ottoman era.
Across from Hagia Sophia stands the supremely elegant Imperial Sultan Ahmet Mosque with six minarets. Built between1609 and 1616 by the architect Mehmet, the building is more familiarly known as the Blue Mosque because of its magnificent interior paneling of blue and white Iznik tiles. During the summer months an evening light and sound show both entertain and inform visitors.
The ancient Hippodrome, the scene of chariot races and the center of Byzantine civil life, stood in the area that is now in front of the Blue Mosque
The Basilica of Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom), now called the Ayasofya Museum, is unquestionably one of the finest buildings of all time. Built by Constantine the Great and reconstructed by Justinian in the 6th century, its immense dome rises 55 meters above the ground and its diameter spans 31 meters. Linger here to admire the building’s majestic serenity as well as the fine Byzantine mosaics. (Open every day except Monday).
The Archeological Museums are found just inside the first court of the Topkapi Palace. Included among its treasures of antiquity are the celebrated Alexander Sarcophagus and the facade of the Temple to Athena from Assos. The Museum of the Ancient Orient displays artifacts from the Sumerian, Babylonian, Assyrian, Hatti and Hittite civilizations. (Open every day except Monday).
Rumeli Hisari, or European Fortress, was built by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1452prior to his capture of Istanbul. Complete din only four months, it is one of the most beautiful works of military architecture in the world. In the castle is the Open -Air Museum amphitheater that is the site for some events of the Istanbul Music Festival.(Open every day except Wednesdays).
Originally built in the l5th century as a kösk, or pavilion, by Mehmet the Conqueror, the Çinili Kösk, which houses the Museum of Turkish Ceramics, contains beautiful l6th- century specimens from Iznik and fine examples of Seljuk and Ottoman pottery and tiles. (Open every day except Monday).
Irene Museum was originally a church. It ranks, in fact, as the first church built in Istanbul. Constantine commissioned it in the fourth century and Justinian later had the church restored. The building reputedly stands on the site of a pre-Christian temple. (Open every day except Monday, but requires special permission for admission).
The dark stone building that houses the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art was built in 1524 by the Grand Vizier to Süleyman the Magnificent, Ibrahim Pasa, as his residence. It was the grandest private residence ever built in the Ottoman Empire. Today it holds a superb collection of ceramics, metalwork, miniatures, calligraphy, textiles, and woodwork as well as some of the oldest carpets in the world.(Open every day except Monday).
Across the street from the Ibrahim Pasa residence is the Museum of Turkish Carpets which contains exquisite antique carpets and kilims gathered from all over Turkey. (Open every day except Sunday and Monday).
Near Hagia Sophia is the sixth-century Byzantine cistern known as the Yerebatan Sarnici. Three hundred and thirty-six massive Corinthian columns support the immense chamber’s fine brick vaulting.(Open every day except Tuesday).
The Mosaic Museum preserves in situ exceptionally fine fifth and sixth-century mosaic pavements from the Grand Palace of the Byzantine emperors. (Open everyday except Tuesday).
The Kariye Museum, the llth-century church of "St. Savior" in the Chora complex,is, after Hagia Sophia, the most important Byzantine monument in Istanbul.Unremarkable in its architecture, inside, the walls are decorated with 4th-century mosaics. Illustrating scenes from the life of Christ and the Virgin Mary, these brilliantly colored paintings embody the vigor of Byzantine art. In restored wooden houses in the area surrounding the church you can enjoy tea and coffee in a relaxed atmosphere far removed from the city’s hectic pace. (Open every day except Wednesday).
The Aviation Museum in Yesilköy traces the development of flight in Turkey. (Open every day except Monday).
In the Military Museum the great field tents used by the Ottoman armies on campaigns are on display. Other exhibits include Ottoman weapons and the accoutrements of war. The Mehter Takimi (Ottoman military band) can be heard per-forming Ottoman martial music between3:00 and 4:00 p.m. (Open every day except Monday and Tuesday).
Atatürk’s former residence in Sisli now serves as the Atatürk Museum and displays his personal effects. (Open every day except Saturday and Sunday).
The grand imperial caiques used by the sultans to cross the Bosphoius are among the many many other interesting exhibits of Ottoman naval history that can be seen at the Naval Museum located in the Besiktas district. (Open every day except Monday and Thursday).
Also in Besiktas is the Museum of Fine Arts that houses Turkish paintings and sculptures from the end of the l9th century to the present. (Open every day except Monday and Tuesday).
The City Museum, located within the gar-dens of the Yildiz Palace, preserves and documents the history of Istanbul since the Ottoman conquest. (Open every day except Thursday). Also within the gardens are the Yildiz Palace Theatre and the Museum of Historical Stage Costumes, with its richly decorated scenery and stage , and its exquisite costumes. (Open every day except Tuesday).
The Rahmi Koç Industry Museum, in the suburb of Hasköy on the coast of the Golden Horn, was an Ottoman-period building, formerly called Lengerhane, for iron and steel works. Today it houses exhibits on industrial development. (Open every day except Monday).
Up the Bosphorus in the picturesque suburb of Büyükdere, the collections of the Sadberk Hanim Museum fill two charming l9th-century wooden villas. A private museum which originally . displayed only Turkish decorative arts, it has recently been expanded for a new collection of archeological finds. (Open every day except Wednesday).
For something different try the Caricature and Cartoon Museum in Fatih on Atatürk Boulevard under the Bozdogan Aqueductin the l6th century Gazanfer Aga Medrese
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