Topkapi Palace was home to all the Ottoman sultans until the reign of Abdulmecid I (1839-1860), a period of nearly four centuries.
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Tokapi Palace
Topkapi Palace was home to all the Ottoman sultans until the reign of Abdulmecid I (1839-1860), a period of nearly four centuries. The order for the construction of the Topkapi Palace on the Seraglio Point overlooking both Marmara and Bosphorus was given by Mehmed II after the conquest of Constantinapolis in 1453. The place was then an ancient olive grove. The final form of the first palace covered an area 700m², and was enclosed with fortified walls 1400 meters in length
  suleymaniye Mosque
The construction of Suleymaniye began in 1995 and was finally opened to the public in October 1999. With a total floor space of 8000 square meters, the total capacity of its Ottoman style mosque is 3000 people. With its unique exterior design Suleymaniye boost to be the largest Islamic complex in Eurpope. The architecture of Suleymaniye is a compound of Eastern and western architecture with a uniqueness in its exterior design. The mosque which is decorated in a typical Turkish calligraphy is one part of the whole complex, other parts include a conference and wedding hall, Guest rooms, class rooms, and funeral service facilities as well as accomodation for the staff.

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