It is a water strait that connects the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara, and separates the European part and the Asian part of Istanbul, where crossing between them is carried out through two suspended bridges: the Ataturk Bridge and the Mehmed Fatih Bridge. It is worth noting that this strait is considered one of the most beautiful tourist areas in Turkey, due to its magnificence, the beauty of its picturesque nature, in addition to the presence of historical archaeological palaces and luxury residential villas on its outskirts.
Hagia Sophia Museum
It is considered one of the most important tourist destinations in Istanbul, and one of the most important artistic artifacts. It is located in the Sultanahmet area, close to the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, where it was initially built to be a cathedral church, and it remained like this for 916 years, then it turned To become a 481-year mosque, and in 1935 AD, the Hagia Sophia Mosque turned into a public museum for visitors and tourists, and it is important to mention that this museum is distinguished by an architectural design in which the Islamic and Christian civilizations blend, as it represents an important indication of the blending and blending of it .
Dolma Palace is a delight
This palace was designed in the year 1856 AD by order of the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Majeed, where its design is distinguished by its similarity to the design of European palaces, knowing that when visiting it, it is possible to wander between the different sections, such as: the meeting hall, the large ceremonial hall, the wing of the Sultan, as well as the magnificent balcony The main draws the attention of visitors to the palace.
Sultan Ahmad Mosque
Also known as the Blue Mosque, it is considered one of the most famous archaeological historical monuments in the history of Islamic civilization, as it was built during the era of the Ottoman Caliphate in the Ottoman Turkish style, and this is evident in the towering minarets above the mosque, the many windows, and the walls decorated with the Iznik tiles, The mosque is intended for visitors and tourists to Istanbul, and admission is permitted only from the northern gate, but it is required that the shoes be removed, and modest dress entered.
Qapi Brick Palace
It is an archaeological historical palace, built in the year 1478 AD by order of the Ottoman Sultan Muhammed Al-Fateh, to be the center of government in the Ottoman Empire, and continued in this way until Sultan Abdul Majeed built the palace of Bahja states in 1853 AD, where the center of state rule moved to it, and it was conquered As a museum, knowing that this museum is divided today into three main sections, which are: the Salamlek section, the Hermelik section, the Archeology Museum section, and the Messenger of God, peace be upon him, and his honorable companions.