The entire town is a world cultural heritage, ancient bread, a hundred years of bathroom, authentic Turkish bath, special desserts, coffee, it is worth visiting.
An old palace standing high in the town is also a former government agency. The yellow appearance is quite conspicuous, but the architectural style is more westernized!
In addition to watching Ottoman architecture and buying specialty products in Safranbolu (the souvenir is really cheap here), this history museum is really interesting. When we went there, there was also the history of computer development and the daily life of the Ottomans. The one-to-one shop was restored. If you don't pay attention, you will be scared to death by those dummies! The fidelity of the desserts, I want to take a bite directly. The authentic product is on the way down to the museum. You can do business. The sweetness of Turkish desserts is no better than the average sweetness of this long-established store!
As far as the building itself is concerned, there is no characteristic, but it was the center of political turmoil in the past and also belongs to the colonial heritage.
It feels really good, and it feels very fashionable.