Ibrahim Pasa Palace (Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts) was constructed in 1524 for Ibrahim Pasha, the first grand vizier to ... More
Ibrahim Pasa Palace
Ibrahim Pasa Palace (Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts) was constructed in 1524 for Ibrahim Pasha, the first grand vizier to Suleiman. After the death of Ibrahim Pasha, the building had been used for several purposes and in 1983 the Museum of Turkish & Islamic Arts was moved into it. It has a good collection of Islamic Calligraphy, tiles, ethnographic displays and several other things from that era.
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 ...
Hotel is temporarily closed due to renovation. Check hotel's website for further informaton. Hotel Details:Electronic Key. Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service.
Smoke Alarm in Rooms. Meeting Facilities. A V Equipment Rental. Crib/Rollaway Bed. Common Area Wireless Access. Room Service.
A thoroughly civilized hotel which stands out among the happy go lucky little hotels in the Sultanahmet area by its
fine sense of style and excellent service. Do not expect turbaned pashas in this restored 19th century townhouse. The ...
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