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Aya Sofia

Hagia Sophia is an important monument, and it is also known as the Church of the Holy Wisdom, or the Church of Divine Wisdom. This cathedral is characterized by Byzantine architecture which is represented by its external structure, and its large dome, which is two and a half meters high Marble columns interspersed with corridors in which the visitor walks, and enjoys the beauty of the place, as well as the presence of other small domes, and windows in the bases of domes allow light to enter during the day in a way that gives the visitor a feeling that the dome is flying in the sky It is worth noting that the Hagia Sophia is considered the most important Byzantine building in the world.

Blue Mosque

The Blue Mosque is one of the most beautiful places in Istanbul, and it is known as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, and inside it contains its shrine, and it was called the Blue Mosque, according to the color of its walls from the inside, as the mosque combined in its design between Byzantine architecture, And Islamic architecture, in addition to that the mosque contains six minarets, and in the middle there is a large central dome, next to which there are other small domes, and a wonderful mihrab characterized by its marble with amazing decoration, and it is worth noting that it is allowed for Muslims, and non-Muslims to enter it, provided that the head is covered for women And not to men wearing nothing short.

Sulaymaniyah Mosque

The Suleymaniye Mosque was built in the time of Suleiman the Magnificent; the most famous sultans of the Ottoman Empire in the sixteenth century AD by the architect Mimar Sinan. Today, the mosque is located within a complex that contains other facilities, such as a school, a hospital, and a house for the poor, while the same building is the mosque. It is composed of four minarets; it is a sign of the arrangement of Solomon’s rule after the conquest of Constantinople, and there is an inner courtyard used for prayer, and an external courtyard covered by domes; to protect it from sunlight in hot days, and from cold, rain in winter, and the mosque within its entrances, The main entrance located on the outside Al Bahah, and what distinguishes the mosque is the presence of the many windows that three hundred and eighty-numbered window, in addition to the presence of bridges, beautiful columns that raise the main dome of a diameter of twenty-seven meters.

Istiklal Street

Istiklal Street is located in Istanbul, and it is very crowded, as it extends to long distances filled with cafes, restaurants, and cinemas, and on Istiklal Street a visitor can go to the Flowers Passage; it is a passage that has many alleys teeming with cafes and restaurants, but its name has It was derived from the sale of Russian women to flowers (in the past), and every visitor to Istanbul must pass through Istiklal Street, because it gives him unforgettable experiences, full of enjoyment.

The innocence museum

The name of the Museum of Innocence (English: The Museum of Innocence) and its content are drawn from the events of a novel by the famous Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk, whose events are summed up with a story of love that falls between a businessman and a girl, but the girl dies, so the hero is affected, and the hero is affected, and he is remembered and gathered together. The writer made the imagination of his novel a reality, as he designed the museum, and collected tools in it that could enter its visitors in the events of the novel, and it can be said that the museum is full of real things that explode one’s imagination just by seeing it, and it is worth noting that writing the novel took six years A prominent place in Turkish and English literature, and he praised the novel, and the idea of ​​establishing the museum a number of major critics, and specialists in the world of museums.

Delightful Dolma Palace

Dolmabahce Palace is located in Istanbul on the European end of the Bosphorus, and it is a large palace, and it is perhaps the largest in Turkey; it occupies an area of ​​forty-five square meters, and the palace includes forty-three halls, and a large number of rooms reach Two hundred and eighty-five rooms, the design of which has been grouped in three floors, and what distinguishes the palace is its collection between the Ottoman and European civilizations, as it shows in it the extent of the interaction of the Ottomans with European architecture, and it is worth noting that every corner of the palace attests to the ingenuity and witness to the ingenuity of, DONC whether in the rooms, halls and furniture, carpets or furnished in the palace, or the stairs magnificent crystal, as well as crystal tools, and paintings, which captures the visitor when you see the palace.

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