Established in 1993, the Iznik Foundation aims to revive the traditional art of Iznik, an early ceramic-ware technique. This ... More
Established in 1993, the Iznik Foundation aims to revive the traditional art of Iznik, an early ceramic-ware technique. This has led the foundation to employ archaeologists and experts who excavate the sites of original Iznik kilns of the 15th and 16th Centuries. The foundation also tries to promote the ancient art by offering courses and research options to young students. Tourists can take a guided tour through the site of the old factory and ceramic workshops and even have the option of purchasing items at the showroom.
The Toakapi Palace is one of the largest palaces in Istanbul. Ottoman sultans resided at this palace for about 400
years. Today, it is a museum that displays large collections of Ottoman miniatures and treasures, Islamic calligraphic manuscripts and ...
Initiated in September 2001, this center is located in one of the liveliest areas of the city. It facilitates meetings
for artists, curators and critics, acting as a stable platform. There are research and lecturing facilities available here and ...
Istanbul Suite Home is a deluxe accommodation located in the famous Sultanahmet area. With attractions, such as museums, churches, mosques,
antique bazaars, locate nearby, this is a perfect apartment for tourists. The rooms also have a kitchen, as well ...