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Saba Sultan

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Akbiyik Caddesi Cetinkaya Sokak 2-4 Sultanahmet Fatih Istanbul 34122 Turkey
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Reviewed January 2011 by basilebedie
We had a wonderful time in Istanbul last November, and in large part thanks to the nice hotel we stayed in on vacation for 8 days. We were warmly greeted by Esat and his friendly team of young people. On our request, Hilmi gave us the opportunity to choose a pleasant, spacious double room overlooking a quiet street. The place is neat and clean and the service perfect . Breakfast is served on a terrace overlooking the Sea of Marmara and the ...
86 out of 100 based on 434 reviews
St Irene Church

St Irene Church

The Hagia Irene or St Irene Church is located in the outer Courtyard of the Topkapı Palace. St Irene was the first church built in Constantinople - presumably on the site of a pre-Christian temple. The church was built by orders of Emperor Constantin I. during the 4th century. Over the centuries it was heavily damaged by fire and earthquakes but restored every time and during the Ottoman rule it served as an armoury, warehouse and museum. Today it is used as a museum and, due to it's acoustic and atmosphere, as a concert hall for classical music. Closed on Tuesdays Nearest public transport : Tramway Sultanahmet

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Archaeology Museums

Archaeology Museums

The museum consists of three buildings and is located between Gülhane Park and the Topkapi Palace. In the various halls of the Archaeology Museum, which also includes the Museum of the Ancient Orient, there are a variety of sarcophagi, tombstones, epitaphs, busts, sculptures, reliefs, column heads and mosaics from Greek, Roman and Byzantine antiquity on display. There is also the Çinili Kösk (Tiled Pavilion) which features 16th century ceramics and is one of the oldest buildings in Istanbul. The museum has a resource library and is open between 09h30 and 17h00 daily, except on Mondays.

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Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum

Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum

Across the road from the Blue Mosque visitors will find the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art which is housed in the old Ibrahim Pasa Palace. The collection includes ceramics, metalwork, carpets and other treasures from Turkish History. There are reconstructions of the living conditions of country people in the 'Black Tent' exhibition. A cafeteria is available and drinks and snacks can be taken on a terrace that offers views over the Blue Mosque. The museum is open every day except Mondays from 9.30 to 17.00.

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