It is a relatively small tourist attraction in the local area, but in fact, some of the items displayed in it are indeed worth visiting. Although I don’t know much about the local history of Turkey, I still have a lot of feelings after reading it.
When I arrived at the square with the obelisk, he hesitated in front of a large museum or took out the pass to try it, and then went in. Later, I learned that it was the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts on the pass. There are a lot of collections in it and it is worth visiting.
The geographical location of Turkey and the Islamic Art Museum is very good, but it is also a disadvantage. The light of Istanbul's Sultan District, which is densely covered with historical sites, is completely obscured. The museum is opposite the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, but the passenger flow is very small. Friends who like museums can go shopping slowly and quietly. Istanbul’s museum pass is available here~
I visited Turkey in April this year and felt that the scenery in Turkey is really beautiful, with blue sea, blue sky and blue church. Especially in Cappadocia, the shape of the surface is like the surface of the moon. Seated on a hot air balloon, ascend to the sky, overlooking the earth, with hundreds of balloons of various colors floating in front of you, just like in a fairy tale world, beautiful as a fairyland.
The Turkish and Islamic Art Museums, although I can’t understand them, I think they are so beautiful and have a thin body. Many things inside are very beautiful. In order to see this museum, I also gave up shopping time, like it!