This is only my opinion. But I don't know who will exite to pay (about 120 TL - price on date 02.2021) for looking on some hundreds almost similar chairs, tables and some old beds. Another monument to...
We visited the Dolmabahce palace as a family. IT is really nice and extensive, lots to see and learn. Get a free audio guide from the entrance (passport or ID needed to get one) as there is a lot of i...
Dolambahçe Palace provides an interesting history lesson
The rule about not taking photos inside is really a shame as it's impossible to remember everything and give a good account to family members or friends. Other than that was happy that in January, 20...
The Dolmbahce Palace is located in the European part of the West Bank of the Bosphorus. It was built in 1843 and was designed by the French Grand Theatre. It was built by Armenian architects and has the traditional character of the Ottoman Palace. In addition to the preserved lobby in the middle of the room, the rooms surrounding the interior are of Turkish architecture, with a Baroque look and a new Rococo and neo-classical Western architecture. With a total of 285 rooms, 44 halls, 68 toilets and 6 hammams, it is the largest single-building palace in Turkey.
All things in the palace are original, not fake, the furniture is painted in bright white, gold-plated pillar marble, bottles are from France, ivory, gold products are all eyes, treasures are dizzying. The palace has the world's largest crystal chandelier, weighing 4,500 kilograms, crystal from the United Kingdom, 60 feet, and a crystal staircase. The last six emperors of the
Ottoman Empire lived here and were known as the New Royal Palace. This period is the decline of the Ottoman Empire. The extreme luxury inside the palace is in stark contrast to the decline of national power.
When the British army occupied Istanbul, the King of Turkey did not fight before he surrendered, so he could keep the palace intact. The
room basically does not allow any form of photo taking, so only the outside is taken.
Dolmabahce Sarayi is located in the European part of the west coast of the Bosphorus. It stretches over 600 meters and was built in 1843. It was completed in 1856. Doma Bae means garden made by reclamation Also known as the New Palace. It is a typical Baroque building, from the inside out, exuding a strong European style. The last Sultan of the Ottoman Empire once lived here, and it also witnessed the decline of the Ottoman Empire.
Entering the palace, the first thing that catches the eye is the flashy local gold and the bilinbilin crystal chandelier. It is said that this is the world's second-largest 4.5-ton crystal chandelier in the world. Because of this crystal chandelier, the new palace of Doma Bache is also known as the Crystal Palace. Speaking of this crystal lamp, there is another story: Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom gave the world's largest crystal lamp to the Ottoman Empire, and felt that Britain did not have the world's first crystal lamp and regretted it, so ordered to reproduce a weight of 5 Tons of crystal lamps, took the first one back.
In addition to the clock made by the turtle shell, the traditional Turkish bathroom that can radiate heat from the bottom up, outside the gold ceiling, the most amazing thing here is the carpet in the hall, 100 square meters of handmade carpet, less than one square meter. There are tens of thousands of handmade carpets, and how much is such a huge value. Going outside the building is a beautiful courtyard, thinking that this is a rectangular building. I didn't expect it to be a corner of various shapes. The shoes were wet and wet in the snow.
Doma Bache means garden made by reclamation. This period is the decline of the Ottoman Empire. The extreme luxury inside the palace is in stark contrast to the decline of national power. In order to build the Doma Bache Palace, the Ottoman dynasty invested a lot of money and owed a large amount of external debt. The new palace cost a billion mark, and the decorations, including the curtains, are sent by the royal families of the world. The palace is extremely luxurious and the interior treasures are dizzying.
##, also called the new palace, you can't take pictures inside, and you should wear a shoe cover when you go in.
The Royal Palace is on the shore of the Bosphorus, so the rear view is beautiful.
The building in the palace is baroque in style, full of dramatic style and extravagant.
Each area in the entire palace is guided by a responsible tour of each part. At the same time, you will be able to monitor if you can't take pictures. If you are free, just listen to a group and listen.
Have time to remember to go to the part of Selek, there is a majestic deliberation hall, crystal, bear skin, elephant teeth are bright and bright, magnificent.
In addition to this, there are Roman baths in the palace, all made of marble, and there are many extravagant rooms and halls.
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Dolmabahce Palace built in 19th-century is one of the most glamorous palaces in the world. It was the administrative center of the late Ottoman Empire with the last of the Ottoman Sultans residing there. After the foundation of the Turkish Republic in Ankara, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk transferred all government functions to the youthful capital but on his visits to Istanbul Ataturk occupied a small room at Dolmabahce Palace as his own. He stayed, welcomed his foreign guests and made a practical center for national, historical and language congress and for international conferences.