It was built by Emperor Constantine the Great in the 4th century. It is the third largest basilica in the world and famous for its mosaics
Built by Mehmet Emin Ağa, famous Ottoman architect, in the name of Sultan III.Ahmet in the 16th century, it is the sole 6-minaret mosques in Istanbul. It is called the Blue Mosque due Iznik tiles in it.
The Old Hippodrome. There are three masterpieces where The old Byzantine horse races were held: Theodosius Obelisk, Bronze Serpent Column and Constantine Column.
The palace where the ottoman Sultans lived from 15th to 19th centuries. With its kitchen full of various samples of crystal, gold, silver and china porcelains and with the Ottoman Treasury and sacred relics in it, it is the most importance point in Istanbul.
It was built by Sinan, world-wide famous Ottoman architect, during the years from 1550 to 1557 in the name of Suleyman the MAGNIFICENT, the most powerful Ottoman Sultan. This work of Sinan was intended to prove his architecture to Hagia Sophia.
GRAND COVERED BAZAAR
A historical shopping place with more than 4000 shops inside. A wonderful historical ambient where you can find gold processing handicraft, hand-woven carpets, hand-painted ceramics, onyx and things for gift.