The Suadiye Residence
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... the peak period of the Ottoman empire, the property was home to some 4000 people and included mosques, bakeries, a hospital and a mint. The property is substantial and overlooks the port which joins the Sea of Marmara with the Bosphorous. I can only say that the Sultans knew "how to live"!
The short visit to Istanbul was a major highlight and certainly provided an exciting introduction to this very interesting culture.
... saints and angels were also removed or plastered over. Islamic features – such as the mihrab, minbar, and four minarets – were added. It remained a mosque until 1931 when it was closed to the public for ...
... here until his death in 1481. Subsequent sultans lived in this rarefied environment until the 19th century, when they moved to ostentatious European-style palaces such as Dolmabahçe, Çırağan and Yıldız that they built on the shores of the Bosphorus. Mahmut II was the last sultan to live in Topkapı.
As well as a royal residence, the palace was a setting for state occasions and royal entertainments. It is now a major tourist attraction ...
... as the Vatican of the east. In its day the dome of Hagia Sofia was one of the most sophisticated structures in the world. It was the greatest dome in the world for 1000 years and influenced architecture for centuries!
The girls were impressed by this church as well, but they didn''t last much more than an hour or so after we had dragged them through the carpet museum and the tombs of the sultans.
Hopefully we will see the Topkapi Palace today.