It is not like a palace, but a living history in all its glory, a myth full of secrets. To understand it, one has to see it closely and travel.
Dolmabahce Palace adds dignity to the city as one of the Ottoman's last signatures, which designed its palaces with Western architecture in its last period.
Sultan Ahmet Mosque is one of the most visited historical peninsula works with its story, architectural features, location, and defying history.
Beylerbeyi Palace was built as a summer residence to the Ottoman Sultan Abdulaziz in the end of the 19th Century and hosted many guests of the Palace.
Ottoman Empire built many hans to Bursa City after declaring it their capital to boost the trade of their state located on the Silk and the Spice Routes.
Cumalikizik village is among the most well preserved Ottoman villages embellished with the best civil architecture examples of its era.