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Interactive Maps Archaeological Museum This complex was build by the end of 19th century by the architect Vallaury thanks to great efforts of famous Turkish painter Osman Hamdi Bey. It includes the exquisite Tiled Kiosk and the Museum of the Ancient Orient and houses a large collection of artifacts and works of art belonging to ancient Greek, Roman and other Anatolian civilizations dating back to the 6th century BC.

The Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great , Sarcophagus of Mourning Ladies, and other ancient sarcophagi and various objects found in the Sidon excavation are among its most interesting pieces.

Open daily between Top floor of this building was reserved to His mother Zubeyde Hanim and His sister Makbule, meanwhile Ataturk used middle floor for himself and lower floor for His loyal officer. On display are photographs of Ataturk from his birth until his death , as well as some of his clothes, personal belongings and paintings.

The museum remains closed in for restauration works Asiyan Museum This museum is the former residence of famous Turkish poet Tevfik Fikret who constructed the building himself.

In addition to an exhibit of the personal belongings of Fikret , there is a room devoted to the poet Nigar Hanim and displaying some of the belongings of Abdulhak Hamit. It has interesting and valuable examples of the Turkish art of the pen, Korans , imperial seals, diplomas, Hilye-i serif descriptions of the Prophet , equipment and apparatus for calligraphic writing, samples of bookbinding, holy relics and miniatures, especially from Ottoman and Seljuk periods.

It is the first private museum of Turkey opened by Koc family, the richest of Turkey. One can find in this private museum almost everything on modern Turkish Arts. It was the first art museum in Turkey and only one in Istanbul until recently. The permanent collection presents a panoramic view of the Turkish plastic arts and also includes works of world famous artists, an impressionist collection, sculptures and works of military painters.

The Gazanfer Aga complex, which consists of an Ottoman medrese , a shrine and a fountain in Sarachanebasi, was restored for use as the new structure. Re-opened in , the museum contains a rich collection of satirical works, written or drawn, and the exhibits are frequently changed. The tiny museum has unique pieces of old Ottoman prayer rugs and kilims from various ages. On display are paintings depicting the social life of the Ottoman period in Istanbul , calligraphy, textiles, 18th and 19th century porcelains made in the imperial workshops of Yildiz Palace , various glass objects, calligraphy equipment and other objects of daily life.

Its architect is believed to be Fossati. The museum displays documents on the history of the Turkish press and old printing machinery. The present wooden structure on the site dates from the late 18th century.

It is situated in a large garden that includes a cemetery in the Tunel district of Pera. Historical objects and literature of the order are displayed in this recently restored building. It was first opened in the Ihlamur Mansion in and moved to its present location in Gulhane Park just below Topkapi Palace in It was built in the 16th century and donated to Grand Vizier Ibrahim Pasha by the great sultan Suleyman the Magnificent.

There are plans, copies and replicas of several inventions of Muslim scientists and researches throughout the history of Islam , especially between 8th and 16th centuries AD.

The grounds were taken by Istanbul Bilgi University in and converted into a university campus, restoring the power plant as well. Santralistanbul was opened as an electric museum displaying industrial power machines and for modern art exhibitions in September The museum has several tools and work stations aiming young children to explore the scientific world.

Young visitors can test and learn several facts of science and physics at the interactive stations and research labs. There is also a Planetarium, sky observation station, and a 3-D movie theater for scientific educational films.

Rahmi Koc Industrial Museum This museum is located in the anchor casting workshop at the docks on the Golden Horn Halic in Turkish , an area that symbolized industrialization in the Ottoman Empire of the 19th century.

After a fire in , the building stood in ruins. In , it was bought by the Rahmi Koc Museum and Cultural Foundation, restored and opened to the public in On the first floor, motors and steam engines are displayed. On the second floor are the scientific instruments and communications apparatuses.

The entrance is reserved for the aircraft department, mint machinery for printing paper money and coins, bicycles and motorcycles, the naval department and ship engines. In the open area, there is a coast guard life-boat, a tram, a narrow gauge steam train, and a vertical steam boiler. There is a submarine in the water. Just before the death of Sakip Sabanci the mansion was converted into a museum and opened to the public with its antique furnishings and art collections.

From time to time, it is also hosting great exhibitions of international artists such as Pablo Picasso, Rodin etc. The old building was originally constructed in by architect Achille Manousos and restored recently for the modern museum. Kutahya tiles, Anatolian weights and measurements, and Oriental portraits painting Collections are the permanent exhibitions in the museum.

In addition, three art galleries and an auditorium are among the facilities of the museum. The museum has a caffeteria and a panoramic terrace with breathtaking views of the Bosphorus. Open to the public during exhibitions around central themes. The museum displays paintings and documents belonging to important persons who draw the Golden Horn in the past centuries, objects from Anatolia , and so on.

Open to the public during weekdays between The museum is housed in an old building of one of the oldest banks of Turkey , Is Bank, founded by Ataturk. There is a big collection of many documents, photos, films and objects collected since the foundation of the Is Bank, showing the economic and cultural heritage of Turkey and its recent history. Open to the public between He was arrested by the Russian police in because of taking part in a semisecret group which protested Russian control of Poland, he was jailed and then exiled to Russia.

After his release, he spent the rest of his life in Western Europe and in Turkey where he continued to write his poems. He died during a cholera epidemic in Istanbul in His body was first transported to Paris and than returned to Poland.

His house in Tarlabasi neighborhood near Beyoglu was converted into a museum in to commemorate th year of his death. Inside the museum, there are many documents and information about the poet and his works, photographs of Constantinople of that time, and documents of Polish Liberation struggle. There is also a symbolic grave of the poet in the basement of the building.

The museum today is administered by the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum. The summer house on Heybeli Island was bought by him in and lately it is rennovated and opened as a museum in The admission is free. Open from April to November between His house on Heybeli Island , where he lived between , has been rennovated and converted into a museum by the Ministry of Culture and volunteered school theachers in The house is located on a high hillside of the island, where one can visit his personal objects, books, and some handycrafts made by the writer.

Interior of her house in Milan is reproduced inside the IKSV building in Sishane neighbourhood near Galata Tower, where you can see items and furnitures from the life of this great soprano such as her piano, her library, her photographs, her dining room and her bedroom. It is centrally located in a year old historic building in the bustling section of Beyoglu in walking distance from Taksim Square. The belongings of Fusun collected by Kemal, the two characters of the book, are displayed on all three levels of the museum.

These objects, which embody daily life in Istanbul during the second half of the 20th century, are well displayed in boxes and cabinets. There is also a miniature railway network, a motorway with moving vehicles, an airport with moving airplanes, thousands of human figures, and ships sailing across the Bosphorus.

These dynamic models make Miniaturk a living park. Built in on a 60,square-meter site in the Golden Horn , it is the largest miniature city in the world and has attracted lots of interest and is located opposite the Pierre Loti Coffee House in Eyup district, a favorite with tourists.

Sunay Akin in a historical residence that belongs to his family, in Goztepe district of Istanbul. Approximately toys and miniatures are exhibited in the museum that occupies square meters of land. Sunay Akin has collected some toys from Turkey and abroad. The oldest is a miniature violin manufactured in in France.

A doll made in in United States, marbles from United States dating back to and German toys made from tin, and porcelain dolls are other items of the extensive collection. The museum has a cafeteria and a very small theater as well.

Located inside a historical building on Istiklal street near Taksim , the museum has 55 wax statues of Turkish and foreign artists and the management is planning to add 3 or 4 more statues each year. The wax statues were made by Mrs. Jale Kushan, using very realistic materials and the wax. There are around 60 wax statues of many important figures such as Attila, Elvis Presley, Da Vinci, Karl Marx, Mevlana , Ataturk , Napoleon, Beatles, and many other historic and live personalities around the world.

There are many special cars in the collection from last century, such as model Panhard-Levassor, model Mercer, model Bugatti, and model Packard. It houses several old phone units, telegram machines, first stamp from and other late Ottoman or early Republic period stamps, old seals and mail boxes, postal clerk uniforms, and some photos of the first communication systems in Turkey. Open daily except weekends and holidays , between The museum contains works of various Turkish photographers, archive of photos and a library.

The museum tells the story of the Islands from the geological formation of them to the present day, displaying hundreds of objects, Ottoman archival documents, photographs, documentary films, and so on. The museum is located in front of the ancient city walls of Edirnekapi where the Janissaries were first able to breach the city during the siege.

Inside the museum you can have a degrees of vision when you look at the wall paintings from a distance giving you a 3 dimensional impression. This 3-D effect makes you think that the picture is without boundaries. It displays the uniforms of the Turkish sailors, models of Turkish naval vessels, paintings, engravings and maps related to Turkish maritime history.

Also the materials and souvenirs from the vessels used in the first years of Ottoman Empire and the Republic , pictures of some navy disasters and martyrs, wartime weapons such as hand-bombs, torpedo, fire gun and sketches of several fleet commanders are amongst the display.

In the courtyard of the museum, cannonballs of various sizes and a part of German Battleship which sunk in our coastline during Second World War are also displayed. The Museum also features movie theater, conference room and a cafeteria. The museum in its present building opened in within the main Fire Brigade headquarters in Fatih district, after many years of collecting and repairing the objects. The remarkable structure with its 56m high immense dome is a museum today in which you can see both Christian and Islamic art.

There are good examples of the Byzantine mosaics as well. For about years this was the largest church in the world, and glory of the Byzantine Empire. It is now a museum of Byzantine mosaics and frescoes. The typical Ottoman neighborhood with wooden houses is also very interesting to stroll around.

After the Conquest , it was used as a nunnery and it became the see of Christian Orthodox Patriarchate between , then converted into a mosque in the 16th century changing its name to Fethiye.


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