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Kucuksu Small Palace

Built by Abdulmecit I in the middle of the 19th century, it was used as a summer residence.
(Open every day except Monday and Thursday).

Aynali Kavak Summer Pavilion

Originally built in the 18th century and later restored by various sultans, the Aynali Kavak Summer Pavilion assumed its name, Mirrored Poplar, when its famed mirrors, a gift from the Venetians, were installed in 1718. This palace on the Golden Horn is one of the most beautiful examples of traditional Turkish architecture.
Open days to visit: Everyday except Monday and Thursday.

Ihlamur Kosku

The 19th-century lhlamur Pavilion is named for the linden trees that grow in its gardens. Now in the heart of metropolitan Istanbul, when it was originally constructed, the pavilion lay in the rolling countryside that surrounded the city.

The Merasim Pavilion was used for official ceremonies while the Maiyet Pavilion sheltered the sultan's entourage and, on occasions, his harem on their excursions out of the palace confines.
Open days to visit: Everyday except Monday and Thursday.

Maslak Pavilion

The Maslak Pavilions on a shady green hill were conceived by Sultan Abdulaziz as hunting lodges. These are particularly noteworthy as superb examples of the late 19th century Ottoman decorative style.
Open days to visit: Everyday except Monday and Thursday.

Florya Sea Pavilion

The Florya Ataturk Sea Pavilion served as a summer residence for Turkish presidents, beginning with Ataturk Built in 1935 in a T-shaped design on land jutting out over the Sea of Marmara, this building serves as a showcase for some of the loveliest examples of early 20th century furnishings.

Open days to visit: Everyday except Monday and Thursday.

 

 
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