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Istanbul, or as it is called Constantinople, is considered the largest tourism city in Turkey and the second largest city in the world in terms of population, with about 15.52 million inhabitants. Istanbul was the capital of many states and empires, as it was the capital of the Roman Empire, followed by Byzantium, as it was its capital, then Latin, and finally the capital of the Ottoman Empire. Places of tourism in historical Istanbul were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1985 AD, and Istanbul was chosen as the joint capital of European culture in 2010.
400 years of the 600-year history of the Ottoman Empire, used as the administrative center of the state and the Ottoman Sultans in the palace. There are a lot of old things such as the Messenger's sword, the stick of Moses, the key to the Kaaba, and many others. Open : 09:00 - Close : 18:00 Tuesday is closed
It was built in 537 by Emperor Justinianus. In 1453 with the conquest of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror of Istanbul, this building was converted into a mosque. Then it was converted into a museum. In the year 2020 it was reopened into a mosque.