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General information of the area

Beşiktaş is one of the European regions of Istanbul and has 23 neighborhoods, which is adjacent to شişli region from the west, Bosphorus Strait from the east, Beyo منطقهlu region from the southwest and Sarir region from the north.
One of the important features of this region is the 15th Thames Bridge or the same as the Schitler Coperoso, which connects the two continents of Asia and Europe.
In the 2013 rankings, this region achieved the highest cultural level ranking in the whole city of Istanbul.

Beşiktaş Istanbul - Beşiktaş - European Istanbul

The emergence of neighborhoods such as Levent and Etiler expanded the Bosphorus coastal road and enhanced economic life in the area. This growth and development peaked in the 1970s with the opening of the Bosphorus Bridge.
Following the commercial and tourism goals in Istanbul, the growth of shopping malls and the construction of five-star hotels in the Beşiktaş region intensified.

Some of the best hotels in the area include Switzerland Bosphorus, Rafflesrengriella, Forsizon, House Bosphorus, Cheragan Plus.

Also among the shopping centers in this area we can mention Zorlu Center and Ak Center.

The most important sightseeing and historical centers in this region are the Maritime Museum, the historical pier, the tomb and statue of Barbarus, the Cheragan Palace, the Star Palace, the Dalmeh Bahcheh Mosque, the National Palace Museum, and the beautiful Ortakoy neighborhood.

The presence of consulates in Azerbaijan, the United Arab Emirates, Bulgaria, Denmark, the Republic of South Africa, Israel, Spain, Cyprus, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia also gives Besiktas political credibility and importance.

One of the most important sports venues in the area is Vodafone Park Stadium, where the famous Beşiktaş football team plays its home games. Beşiktaş is one of the three most popular teams in Istanbul and is very popular throughout Istanbul.

Beşiktaş is a metropolitan area in the center of Istanbul and therefore has many advantages in terms of transportation.
The main transportation arteries in Beşiktaş are Barbaros Boulevard, Delma Bahçe Street, Bosphorus Beach Road and Nisbetiye Street, which are very important due to the existence of public transportation.
Public transport services run daily from Besiktas to Edirnekapi, Bayram Pasha, Topkapi, Majidiye Koy, Eastiniye Park, Sarir, Qazi Osman Pasha.

The best medical centers and hospitals in the area are Beşiktaş Government Hospital, Utah Private Hospital and Live Plus Private Hospital.

15 Temmuz Şehitler Köprüsü

Pol 15 July Temple Bridge - 15Temmuz öehitler Köprüsü 2

Istanbul Bosphorus Bridge is one of the most beautiful cable-stayed bridges in Turkey and the first bridge built on the Bosphorus Strait. The Baghaz Bridge is known among the people of Istanbul as (Birinci Köprü). This bridge is one of the historical bridges in Turkey that has many fans because of its beauty, especially at night, and every year this bridge and its beauty is one of the sights of Istanbul for travelers.

In all cities that are separated by a strait, it is expected that there will be bridges that can connect the two parts of the city, these bridges are usually very impressive and very soon to tourist attractions. becomes. In the city of Istanbul, where the Bosphorus Strait has separated the two parts of Europe and Asia, which are connected by bridges.

The bridge is decorated with beautiful and colorful lights at night and has created a unique view that is not without grace.

If you read the literature of Turkey, you will understand how influential the bridges of this city are in the intellectual context and memories of this city.

The unique Bosphorus Strait and the three bridges over it are like a pearl necklace around the neck of Istanbul with their stunning views. The Bosphorus Strait is a blue strait in Turkey, located between the Black and Marble Seas and separating the two continents of Asia and Europe. This strait is considered to be the narrowest waterway used for international navigation. Takes. The beautiful city of Istanbul is located on both sides of the strait. The Bosphorus Strait has been very strategic throughout history, and its domination empowered governments, both in times of peace and in times of war; But for centuries no one but a few temporary bridges could build a structure and establish a permanent connection between the two sides; It was not until 1970, when the Turkish government finally agreed to build a structure on the strait, that the first permanent bridge between Asia and Europe was built.

The Baghaz Bridge, recently renamed the Martyrs of July 15 (the Turkish name for July is July), has one of the most dreamy landscapes. The Bogaz or Bosphorus Bridge connects the two continents of Asia and Europe. This bridge is also known as the Bosphorus Pearl due to its special elegance in its architecture. There is a lot of traffic on the base of the bridge and it is very important for the city of Istanbul in terms of transportation.

One foot of this beautiful bridge is in the Billerby neighborhood and the other is in the Ortakoy neighborhood.

Pol 15 Temuz Pol Baghaz - 15Temmuz öehitler Köprüsü 1

The construction of the Bosphorus Bridge began in February 1970 and was completed in June 1973. Of course, after the construction of the Bosphorus Bridge, several other structures were built on the Bosphorus Strait to connect the two sides of the Strait; However, the first Bosphorus Bridge is still more important and is considered to be the 25th largest suspension bridge in the world. Of course, you can not cross it on foot, but if you want a great photo for your Instagram with a sunset background and a modern structure, be sure to walk along the gorge to this bridge.

First Bridge: Gas or Bosphorus Bridge

Second Bridge: Sultan Sultan Fateh Bridge

Third Bridge: Paul Yavuz Sultan Salim

Since the 1980s, when the Sultan Mohammad Fateh Bridge was built a short distance from this structure, the Bosphorus Bridge has also been called the “First Bridge”. However, since 2016, the official name of this structure has been changed to the 15th of July Martyrs Bridge, the reason for which we will tell you in the following. Finally, it is not bad to know that in Turkish, Istanbul Bridge is also called istanbul Boğazı Bridge.

These spectacular bridges are one of the amazing images of Turkey along with historical monuments such as Hagia Sophia, while the first bridge of Istanbul is the closest to the Sea of Marmara, which is a gateway to the popular attractions of the old city near the Galata Tower. It is located like Topkapi Palace and Istanbul Grand Bazaar, and since this route is used by tourists in Istanbul and for most businesses, it is always crowded and very crowded, and for this purpose, Sultan Mohammad Fateh Bridge was built for this reason. Has been.

Dimensions of Bosphorus Bridge or Istanbul Gas Bridge:

This bridge is a suspension and steel bridge that is 1560 meters long and 33.5 meters wide. The main part of the bridge is located between two towers of 165 meters and its length is 1074 meters. The central part of the bridge is supported by zigzag metal cables. It is also not bad to know that the height of the Bosphorus bridge from the water level is estimated at 64 meters.

The Bosphorus Bridge is considered a clever example in architecture, which is also very important in terms of transportation and is also considered one of the most attractive attractions in Turkey. This beautiful bridge is an important symbol for the city of Istanbul and especially during the nights, it gives a dreamy effect to the Bosphorus Strait and the city of Istanbul. And the dazzling light of the bridge at night has inspired many Turkish poets and writers.

Since April 2007, a fully computerized LED lighting system with different colors and patterns, manufactured by Philips, illuminates the bridge at night.

In 2012, OGS and KGS were replaced by the new HGS system, which uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology.

From this bridge you can see a 360-degree view of Istanbul. From the side of Ortakویy, the beautiful Grand Mosque of Ortakویy stands out and from the side of Biller, the magnificent palaces of Istanbul can be seen.

Stay with us to know more about this structure.

Bosphorus Bridge Performance:

The highway has 8 lanes on the bridge. Three standard lanes, an emergency lane and a sidewalk can be used on both sides. On weekday mornings, most of the traffic is to the west and Europe, so 4 out of 6 lanes are open to the west and only two lanes to the east. On the other hand, in the evening of working days, four lanes are dedicated to the east side traffic and two lanes to the west side traffic.

In the first 4 years after its establishment, pedestrians could access and walk on the Bosphorus Bridge through elevators inside the towers on both sides of the bridge. Today, no pedestrians or commercial vehicles such as trucks are allowed to cross the bridge.

Today, about 180,000 vehicles travel in both directions of the Bosphorus Bridge daily, 85% of which are cars. On December 29, 1997, one billion vehicles crossed the bridge. When the bridge is completely full, the middle of the bridge bends about 90 cm.

Best places to watch the Bosphorus Bridge:

It is near sunset and if you, like us, want to see the Bosphorus Bridge, you should head to the Bosphorus Strait. Following the route, we reach the Bosphorus Strait. A strait that has endured the wars of various empires to connect East to West, but today this gorge itself is one of the attractions that the city of Istanbul has in its heart.
Even if you have never been to Istanbul or you are not a tourist at all, no doubt you have heard the name Bosphorus Strait for once. A strait whose most important task has been separation!

Since it is forbidden to walk on the Bosphorus Bridge, most travelers to Istanbul sit on the banks of the Bosphorus to watch the structure. Therefore, in this section, we suggest you where to go to Istanbul to see this bridge from a better angle, one of our options is in the Asian part of the bridge and the other in the European part:

In the European part, Beşiktaş district is a good place to watch this beautiful bridge. This area is located in the coastal area of the Bosphorus Strait and has a spectacular view of the Bosphorus Bridge. But the best place in this area to see the bridge and take a selfie with it is near the Ortakoy Mosque. This place is one of the most spectacular attractions of Istanbul because you can visit the beautiful Ortakویy Mosque or enjoy the Bosphorus Strait and Bridge up close. There is another way for you; From the Ortakویy pier, you can take pleasure boats and explore the Bosphorus Strait. This way you will cross the Bosphorus Bridge and have a memorable experience.

In the Asian part, the area around Beylerbeyi Palace (Beylerbeyi Sarayı) is a good place to watch the Bosphorus Bridge. The palace is located in the Billerby neighborhood, where the Asian opening of the bridge is located.

Deniz Müzesi komutanliği

Maritime Museum - Deniz Müzesi komutanliği

One of the most famous and beautiful museums in Istanbul is the Naval Museum. Istanbul Maritime Museum, with its amazing and fascinating works from different periods of history, has been able to attract the attention of many tourists.

Istanbul Maritime Museum (Deniz Müzesi komutanliği) is one of the oldest museums in Istanbul and one of the most valuable historical heritage of the city, which is more than 100 years old. It is preserved during the Ottoman period. This museum is located near the famous Bahçe .stanbul University. The Istanbul Maritime Museum preserves more than 4,000 historical pieces on the subject of navigation and the sea from the Ottoman era. In this museum you can also see replicas of the boats of the Ottoman sultans.

History of the Istanbul Naval Museum

The museum was established on August 31, 1897 by order (Hasan Hüsnü Paşa) with the support of the shipbuilding commander (Arif Hikmet Paşa) as a “museum and library”. Cemal Paşa, who was a naval officer in 1914, made the same changes to the Maritime Museum as all the naval branches that had been reformed. He transferred management to Captain Ali Sami Boyar and reorganized the Istanbul Naval Museum.

Ali Sami Boyar published the first museum catalog in 1917. He also set up molds and studios of various ship models and helped to find the museum in its current atmosphere. The Istanbul Naval Museum moved to the Painter’s House in Kasımpaşa in 1933 and continued to operate under the management of the Naval Museum (Bahriye Müzesi Müdürlüğü). The museum was also moved to the cities of Ankara, Izmit and Niğde during World War II to prevent destruction.

In 1946, the decision was made to re-establish the museum in Istanbul; It was first stored in the command building of the present-day North Sea region and then transferred to Dolma Baghcheh Palace and the Honkar Circle. During the Dolmabahçe Road widening operation in 1956, the museum’s garage building housed the museum. The available documents were also transferred to an office in the northern part of Dolma Bahcheh Palace (today’s naval history archive building).

Works in the Istanbul Naval Museum

As mentioned in the previous sections, some very interesting works can be seen in the Istanbul Naval Museum, including the following:

  • Ships and boats decorated with gold
  • Models of navy and equipment used in fishing and military ships
  • Equipment and supplies on the cruise ship belonging to Ataturk
  • Historical objects and artifacts related to the Ottoman period
  • Very small inventions for repairing military ships

Tourists can also see mannequins in very stylish uniforms in this museum, which are also known as ship crews. These models are the best option for capturing beautiful images in this museum.

Visiting hours of Istanbul Maritime Museum:

← Days of the week 09:00 to 17:00
← Weekend 10:00 to 18:00

The museum is closed on Mondays, Christmas and the first day of the religious holiday. Visitors will not enter the museum after 4pm on weekends and 5pm on weekends.

Beşiktaş Wharf

Historical Wharf - Beşiktaş Wharf

This ancient pier is a very attractive and spectacular place, which has its ancient shape.
Beşiktaş historical pier building with unique and historical architecture is located in Beşiktaş Square, the front of Beşiktaş pier is decorated with tiles made in the years (1869-1922) by Ali Talat, the famous architect of that period.

Also, this pier, which is one of the oldest piers in Istanbul, has a long history and in the past was the only pier in the city. Today, passenger boats are moving from this pier to other destinations in Istanbul.

Barbaros Hayrettin Paşa Heykeli

Tomb and Statue of Barbaros - Barbaros Hayrettin Paşa Heykeli

The bronze statue and statue in Beşiktaş’s public square commemorates a legendary pirate and Ottoman naval captain.
“Barbaros Hayrettin Paşa Heykeli” on the way back from her voyages guided her ships to the shores of Beşiktaş and the ships were tied to five rocks, which is why it is said that the area became known as Beşiktaş.

Ciragan Palace Kempinski

Cakhgan Palace - Ciragan Palace Kempinski

The Ottoman Empire was one of the great empires that included present-day Turkey and several other countries. From this empire, which had a great impact on the spread of Islam to other parts of the world, today there are several palaces left, and the Cheragan Palace in Istanbul can be considered as one of these tourist centers. When traveling to Turkey through Istanbul tour, you can visit the last Ottoman palace, Cheragan Palace in Istanbul.

This palace, which is very magnificent, in addition to being a tourist center, is also a place of residence. If you want to visit this beautiful palace or you want to spend your vacation in Istanbul, this article can be suitable for you. This beautiful palace is built with royal architecture and is the work of the most famous Ottoman architects. If you want to visit the tourist centers of Istanbul while visiting Istanbul, Cheragan Palace can be one of the main options available to you and you can also visit this very beautiful palace.

  • History of Istanbul Cheragan Palace

Cheragan Palace was built by Abdul Aziz I, the ruler of Turkey, in 1863, and its construction was completed in 1872. The palace was built by three famous Turkish architects, who are in fact fathers and two children. This palace was known as his residence until the life of Abdul Aziz, and after his death, his nephew lived in this palace until 1910.

Eventually, in 1910, the palace caught fire and burned to the ground, leaving it uninhabited until it was later purchased by a Japanese company and renovated. After its restoration, the palace was used as a luxury hotel until it was renovated again in 2007, and since then, Istanbul’s Ceragan Palace has been used as one of the top luxury hotels in the world, sometimes Guests are welcome to pay up to $ 15,000 per night at the hotel. This hotel is one of the top hotels in the world today.

  • Accommodation at Cheragan Palace in Istanbul

Istanbul can be considered one of the most important tourist centers in the world, which is visited by millions of people every year. The city is also known as one of the top ten tourist destinations and therefore has many hotels. It is safe to say that Istanbul Ceragan Palace is one of the top and most luxurious hotels in Istanbul, where many people book a room every year.

Visiting this hotel and using some of its facilities related to the historical part of the palace is free for people and you can stay in another hotel to save money, but in order to be able to stay in this hotel, you have to pay Pay too much. Remember that you can book this hotel online. In the following, we will introduce you to the architecture and features of Istanbul Cheragan Palace, and you can safely choose this hotel for your stay. Of course, visiting it separately can also be an interesting idea.

  • Architectural features of Istanbul Cheragan Palace

Cheragan Palace can be considered one of the most magnificent royal mansions on a cheap tour of Turkey, which attracts many tourists every year. In addition to the Islamic designs used in this palace, you can enjoy the beautiful Turkish designs used in this palace. Undoubtedly, Istanbul Ceragan Palace can be considered one of the most suitable places for photography in Istanbul.

Inside and outside this residential and historical place is very suitable for photography. Also, the features inside the hotel, especially the parts of the royal residence and the place where Abdul Aziz I and his nephew lived, are very beautiful visually, and the art of the architect has been used in this place.

  • Palace with very beautiful interior architecture

In the architecture of this palace, several Islamic designs have been used and in addition, many Turkish elements can be seen in the exterior and interior architecture. The inner part of the palace, especially the royal parts where Sultan Abdul Aziz and his nephews lived, are very interesting in terms of architecture and the art of architecture can be seen in it.
One of the strengths of this beautiful palace is its amazing interior architecture. When you enter the palace from the entrance of the palace, you will encounter old plasterwork and decorations, the lighting of the luxurious chandeliers of the palace has doubled their beauty. In recent years, luxurious and antique items have also been added to the palace’s interior decoration collection, which has doubled its beauty. This palace, which is now used as a hotel, in addition to these stunning visual attractions, has unique facilities that double the pleasure of staying in this historic palace, and we will discuss them later. The hotel cost about $ 40 million to renovate, and all of its halls are covered with expensive carpets. The hotel rooms also have furniture made of gold water and seashells. The entrance doors of the hotel are made like the doors of the temples that connect to the Yildiz Palace and are surrounded by high walls around this path.

Remember that this hotel is a great place to stay and attracts many tourists every year. There are also great facilities for guests in this hotel that ordinary visitors can use these facilities. In the following, we will talk more about the features and facilities of this hotel and examine the general aspects of the facilities of this hotel.

  • Facilities of Cheragan Palace Hotel

Staying at the Cheragan Palace Hotel can be amazing, but if you do not want to stay at this hotel you can also use some of the public facilities of this hotel. The most important of these facilities are the Turkish bath, massage parlor, outdoor pool, gym, free internet and so on.
The rooms of Cheragan Hotel include ordinary suites and rooms, VIP suites and palace suites, each of which is divided into several categories.
For example, in the VIP suites, the Suite of the Sultan is located, and among the suite palaces is the residence of the Sultan, which is also the most expensive suite of the Cheragan Hotel; But all the suites of the palace, in addition to having luxury beds and furniture, also have tall all-glass windows and terraces overlooking the garden or the Bosphorus.
This luxury hotel has 102 small rooms with a view of Yildiz Garden and Park, 126 super rooms with a view of the Bosphorus, 20 luxury rooms with a view of the Bosphorus, 36 large super luxury rooms with a view of the Bosphorus, 20 ordinary suites and finally 11 luxury palace suites. Which consists of a total of 315 rooms located in two main and secondary buildings.
In general, you can use many facilities in this hotel and also enjoy the facilities inside each room, which can be suitable for a wonderful and memorable stay. In general, it can be said that the Cheragan Palace Hotel in Istanbul is one of the most important tourist centers in the city, which has many features and one can be a suitable option for a luxury stay.
Istanbul Ceragan Palace can be considered one of the best tourism options in Istanbul for those who want to visit this beautiful tourist city. If you are going to Istanbul, plan to visit this palace.

  • Cheragan Hotel Palace Restaurants

As I mentioned, this luxury five-star hotel has a beautiful view of the Bosphorus and has luxurious restaurants with special dishes that are served with a beautiful view of the Bosphorus.
Laleh Dan Restaurant is one of these restaurants that serves breakfast from 6:30 to 11:00 in the morning, including a variety of dishes that are more than 250 different dishes and about 80% of them are organic for hotel guests. The restaurant also has various sections for Asian and Arabic breakfasts. In addition to breakfast, you can try a variety of delicious dishes in this restaurant, as well as the best brunch in Istanbul, which includes more than 300 of the most delicious dishes in the world.
Togra Restaurant is one of the other restaurants in this palace, which is located on the first floor of the hotel. The word Tugra was originally the signature of the Ottoman sultans, which was used as a royal seal and as a title, which is also seen on the dishes used in this restaurant. Istanbul nights can be experienced in this restaurant by eating in the style of the Ottomans and with live music and eating special food of this restaurant. Another delicious area that can be used for custom breakfasts and delicious chocolates is the Gazbo Lounge, which serves guests until midnight. Located in a lush garden area with palm trees and the fresh air of the Bosphorus, Fumoir Café is one of the most attractive parts of the Cheragan Hotel, where you can experience authentic Turkish coffee with delicious Turkish sweets.

Yıldız Sarayı

Star Palace - Yıldız Sarayı
  • History of Yildiz Palace (Star Palace)

Yildiz Palace, meaning Star Palace, was built in 1880 and used by the Ottoman Empire, Sultan Abdul Hamid II. The area around the palace was originally a natural forest and became the property of the empire during the reign of Sultan Ahmad I (1603-1617). Various Ottoman sultans after Sultan Ahmad used this building for holidays and as a summer house.
In the time of Abdul Majid and Abdul Aziz, mansions were also built in this place. In the years 1789-1807, Sultan Selim III built the Yildiz Palace on this site, which was used as a hunting ground, and also built a summer house for his mother, Mihrişah Sultan. In 1842, Sultan Abdulmajid built a summer house called Kasr-ı Dilküşâ for his mother.

In the late nineteenth century, Sultan Abdul Hamid II left the Dalma Baghcheh Palace on the shores of the Bosphorus for fear of a naval attack and moved to the Yildiz Palace complex. He expanded the Yildiz Palace by the famous Italian architect Raimondo D’Aronco, and commissioned the construction of new buildings in the complex.
After this, Yildiz Palace became the fourth seat of the Ottoman government. (Other cases were Edirne Palace, Topkapi Palace and Dalmeh Baghcheh Palace)
Sultan Abdul Hamid lived in Yildiz Palace for 33 years, which was the seat of the Ottoman government at the time. The natural forest area around the palace was formerly known as Kazanji Olu Park and is now called Yildiz Park, and the garden has been open to the public since ancient times.
In the twentieth century, the government rebuilt the Yildizra Palace and used it as a luxury casino, as well as as a guest house for the leaders of other countries. In the early 1990s, the Turkish government opened the palace to the public and turned it into a museum.

  • ale building

This building consists of two floors and a basement, which is made of a combination of wood and stone in three parts. The mansion is part of the Yildiz Palace, built in 1870 and named after the French word “chalet” meaning cottage. It is also one of the most interesting Ottoman architectural structures of the nineteenth century and has a design similar to Swiss cottages. has it.

The first part of the mansion, which consists of three buildings in a garden and is surrounded by high walls and are located next to each other.

The second and third buildings were built to house the German Empire and were actually used as government hotels.

Architecture and interior design

The mansion consists of three floors and a basement made of wood and cut stones. Unlike other Ottoman palaces, this building does not have a separate section for greetings and shrines and includes sixty rooms and four halls. It also has 7 exit doors and windows with wooden shutters that are decorated with large mirrors, gilded ceilings and beautiful paintings. .

The living room is the most impressive room in the whole Şale building. The floor of the hall is covered with a carpet with an area of more than 400 square meters, which is woven by 60 weavers. Abdul Hamid II was a skilled carpenter and in fact some of the objects in this building were made by him.

  • Malta Palace and Mansion in Yildiz Park Malta köşkü

This building was designed by the architect Sarkis Balian and is located on the north side of Yildiz Park.

  • Emarat ChadorÇadır Köşkü

This building was built by Sultan Abdul Aziz, who used it as a prison. Today, this building has been turned into a cafe and restaurant.

There are 3 different museums in the palace grounds that attract the attention of visitors. These cultural and historical places are: Yıldız Palace Museum includes Yıldız Palace Theater, Performing Arts Museum and Istanbul Municipal Museum

At the Yildiz Palace Museum with Ottoman Turkish architecture, a variety of objects from the reign of Abdul Hamid II and porcelain are on display. The Kaskat mansion also exhibits a variety of Chinese factory products and Art Nouveau or New Art ornaments brought from European countries.

Yildiz Palace Museum of Theater and Performing Arts, another cultural center of the Yildiz complex, was founded in 1889 by Abdul Hamid II. The archive section of the museum, which includes the palace theater costumes, contains valuable sources from the history of traditional and western theater in Turkey.

The two-story Palace Museum of Fine Arts, which includes the Istanbul City Museum and objects used by people during the Ottoman period. like Coffee services ranging from calligraphy to paper and fabric, art paintings and… This museum has been operating since 1988.

  • Yildiz Palace Museum:

The gallery is about 90 meters long and contains historical and precious objects of the time of Abdul Hamid II. The museum also has valuable works of art, carpentry tools and other products of the Yildiz Chinese factory, as well as valuable furniture that can be seen in this museum.

Working hours and days of Yildiz Palace Museum:
In the summer season (April 15 to November 1) from 19-9
In winter (November 1 to April 15) from 4:30 -9

  • Yildiz Palace Theater:

This theater hall with a capacity of 150 people with golden walls today displays a variety of old and historical costumes.
Yildiz Theater was built in 1889 and is the only royal theater that has remained unchanged and displays moving images from the Ottoman era.
During the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II, this group theater was performed only for prominent and important European guests and guests. In 1893, an Italian named Arturo performed for Sultan Abdul Hamid, who was praised by the sultan and given him the position of theater director as a token of appreciation.

  • Yıldız ParkYıldız Park

It is one of the most beautiful parks in Istanbul and includes ponds, waterfalls and hills covered with various trees up to 400 years old. This park has a very green and attractive atmosphere. By walking in the garden and relaxing in the cafes of different restaurants and watching the view of the Bosphorus, you can experience a wonderful feeling of relaxation.

History of Yildiz Park

This beautiful park was reserved only for the inhabitants of the city during the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II, and in the early nineteenth century a small artificial lake was built with summer houses and a porcelain house.

If you live in Istanbul or you want to have a picnic in one of the parks in the city center, you can go to Yildiz Park, where there are picnic and barbecue tables, and you can spend a day sightseeing in Nature and relax in this beautiful park.

On the bridges between different parts of the park and near the flower gardens, you can see brides and grooms have chosen this beautiful park for wedding photography, especially in the spring, when a large part is decorated with different types of flowers. People choose Yildiz Park for photography.

Walking in the park environment, you will experience a variety of different plants and trees, beautiful flowers and sculptures along with a beautiful view of the Bosphorus. The tile and porcelain factory is one of the historical monuments in Yildiz Park, which is located near the entrance of Yildiz Street. Today, the factory serves as a museum.

National Palaces

National Palace Museum - National Palaces

The Istanbul National Palace Museum, located in Dolma Bagçe Palace, is an art museum in Istanbul, Turkey, which opened in 2014 at the Prince Palace in Dolma Bagçe Palace.

The museum exhibits about 200 pieces from a collection of palaces by both Turkish and international artists from the 19th century.

Ortaköy Mahallesi

Ortaköy Mahallesi

Ortakویy is one of the most popular, stylish and lively neighborhoods of Istanbul and in the neighborhood of Beşiktaş, Istanbul and the Bosphorus, which is located in the European part of Istanbul, just below the Bosphorus Bridge. Arortakoy in Turkish means medium village because it is in the middle of the gorge and the water canal.
Ortakویy was a small fishing village during the Ottoman period and a frequent destination for Ottoman officials due to its many attractions. After many years, this region is still a destination for local Turks and foreign tourists.
Ortakویy Nights is famous for its many clubs, entertainment, restaurants and cafes, shops as well as shops for souvenirs and delicious food.
Ortakoy, with its beautiful and old mosque, is considered to be the host of historical heritage.

Ortakویy is considered to be the best place to eat Turkish street food called Kumpir, which is one of the most famous dishes in Turkey. During the Ottoman period, this neighborhood was a small fishing village and a place of frequent travel for the Ottoman authorities. Due to the many attractions of this area, after many years, this area is still a destination for local Turks and foreign tourists.

Ortaköy neighborhood and location are located between Beşiktaş and کbek district of Istanbul. This neighborhood is a destination for many tourists, especially for night sightseeing, due to the location of the Ortakویy Mosque and the old houses that have been renovated.

Ortakoy neighborhood is located next to the Bosphorus, just below the first Bosphorus bridge, the Baghazichi Bridge. Ortakoy in the local language means “middle village”, which is called because it is located in the middle of the Bosphorus. In the evening, it is better to come here on foot wherever you are stuck in traffic. Ortakویy Pier is one of the best places for photography due to the location of the mosque and the Bosphorus Bridge.

Some of the attractions close to Ortakویy neighborhood include:

  • Yildiz Park
  • Visit Dolmabahçe Palace
  • Ciragan Palace Kempinski
  • Ortaköy Mosque or (Büyük Mecidiye Mosque)
  • Armenian Catholic Church (Surp Krikor Lusavori)
  • Ayios Fokas Orthodox Church
  • Synagogue (Etz Ahayim) or in Turkish (Hayat Ağacı)
  • Ortakoy neighborhood beach and square
  • Mansion of the daughter of Sultan Abdul Aziz, Asma Sultan Yalısı
  • Tarihi Ortaköy Hamamı
Ortaköy Mosque

Ortaköy Mosque

If you are looking to see the neo-baroque architecture, you must visit the Büyük Mecidiye Mosque or the ortaköy Mosque. This mosque is a sacred symbol in many postcards of Istanbul. Precious Islamic calligraphies are kept in this mosque. From this mosque, you can see the beauty of the Bosphorus Bridge. So do not forget to photograph it from this place. Old and new architecture are integrated here and are well exposed to the public.

The historic bath of the Ortakoy neighborhood

Ortaköy Bath is a historic bath built after the Turks settled in the Ortaköy neighborhood. The building, which dates back to the 1570s, was built by Hüsrev Kethüda, the right-hand man of Mehmet Paşa, by the architect Sinan. After the restoration of the bath, it is used today as a restaurant.

Pier and ship

On this beach, there is a pier where you can board a boat and walk in the Bosphorus. Crossing the Bogaz Bridge in the Bosphorus is one of the pleasures of travel. It is recommended to try it.

Ortakoy Bazaar

There is a market where Turkish handicrafts are sold in the area and area of this beach. The interesting thing about this bazaar is that the sellers, in addition to selling their handicrafts, are making products in the same place. And you can see the steps to get it right.
One of these people is a person who takes pictures of different neighborhoods and areas of Istanbul and makes them in small and decorative sizes with small pieces of wood. This person often stands at the entrance of the Ortakویy Mosque.

Enjoy camping on the beach in Ortakویy

If you have researched Turkish cuisine, you must know Campyr as a Turkish dish.
This dish is made from large potatoes. First, the potatoes are baked, then they are emptied and mixed with pizza cheese and butter.
Then they fill it inside the stomach with various foods and sauces. The attractive and delicious part of this part is that you order whatever you want and they pour it into it. Sausages, sausages, corn, olives and… and finally there are different sauces that you can use and pour on it.
One of the neighborhoods that has famous campers and Istanbul residents go there to eat campers is Ortakویy Beach.

Vodafone Park Stadium

Vodafone Park Stadium - Vodafone Park

Istanbul’s Vodafone Park Stadium is one of the oldest and most historic stadiums in Istanbul, and is now the home stadium of Beşiktaş, Turkey.
This stadium with a capacity of 32086 people was built and put into operation in 1947 in one of the most important places in Istanbul with the team in Beşiktaş.
This stadium has gained more capacity during the renovations and has reached 41,903 people.

List of neighborhoods in Beşiktaş

The name of the neighborhood in Turkish The name of the neighborhood in Turkish
Abbasağa Mahallesi Kuruçeşme Mahallesi
Akat Mahallesi Kültür Mahallesi
Arnavutköy Mahallesi Levazım Mahallesi
Balmumcu Mahallesi Levent Mahallesi
Bebek Mahallesi Mecidiye Mahallesi
Cihannüma Mahallesi Muradiye Mahallesi
Dikilitaş Mahallesi Nisbetiye Mahallesi
Etiler Mahallesi Ortaköy Mahallesi
Gayrettepe Mahallesi Sinanpaşa Mahallesi
Konaklar Mahallesi Türkali Mahallesi
Ulus Mahallesi Vişnezade Mahallesi
Yıldız Mahallesi

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