The Blue Mosque, located on a hill overlooking the Sea of Marmara, is considered one of the most beautiful places in Istanbul, as it is one of the most strange places in the city, and the history of building the Blue Mosque dates back to the sixteenth century by order of Sultan Ahmed I, and it is distinguished by its minarets Its six minarets, and its impressive domes. It is worth noting that the Blue Mosque derives its name from its attractive blue tiles.
Qapi Brick Palace
Topkapi Palace, which was built by Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror in the fifteenth century, is considered one of the most important monuments in Istanbul, as the palace was the seat of the Ottoman Sultans, and then it turned into a museum in 1924 AD, and it is distinguished by a group of rooms Charming, luxurious, and many fine art pieces, among others.
The restored Galata Tower is considered one of the most famous tourist destinations in Istanbul, and was established in order to expand the Genoa colony located in Constantinople, knowing that the tower was used in the past to monitor fires, and it is characterized by its magnificent view of the Marmara Sea and the Bosphorus Strait As the tower consists of nine floors that can be climbed up by using the elevator that reaches the seventh floor, in addition to that the tower includes on the last floor a restaurant that contains many delicious dishes, and provides the visitor with an amazing view.
Hagia Sophia Museum
The Hagia Sophia Museum is considered one of the most famous and most beautiful tourist places in Istanbul, as it is a wonderful example of Byzantine architecture, as it is characterized by its beautiful design of beautiful mosaics, in addition to the presence of marble columns forming it.
The Sulaymaniyah Mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in Istanbul, as it is characterized by its beautiful design, which belongs to the famous architect Sinan Suleiman.