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25 Jul 2016
“Musical Mansion”
15 Oct 2015
“remains of a former royal palace”
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Near the Golden Horn, Istanbul, Turkey
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Reviewed 21 May 2013

The Aynalikavak Mansion overlooking the Golden Horn is not often visited by tourists but this beautiful place offers a respite from busy Istanbul. The pavilion was build during the time of Sultan Mahmut the second. This pleasure pavilion has beautiful decorations and furnishings and gives...More

2  Thank Helena B
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Reviewed 25 July 2016

The only remained of 14 mansion, it worth a visit. Although the building is mostly reconstructed from out site, but still you can find some interesting original pieces inside... the decoration and architectural elements of the interior and some of the furniture are original. you...More

Thank Kayquobad
Reviewed 15 October 2015

Only 15 minutes away from the closest ferry stop of the golden horn line. The walk leads to an industrial quarter, the palace itself is surrounded by a small park. The pavilion itself contains only a handful of rooms, but all of those are really...More

Thank Matthias W
Reviewed 23 September 2015 via mobile

Hidden in an abandoned industrial wasteland on the Golden Horn is this beautiful small palace, a gem of the 18th century Tulip Period. It's more of a kiosk, having only a dozen or so rooms, but it's intimate, welcoming and beautifully decorated. Well worth a...More

Thank Darrellcocup
Reviewed 17 September 2015

This is a much smaller palace than Dolmabace, but much more pleasant and informative. An enthusiastic young man explained the history, and we were the only visitors at the time so there was none of the rush or crowding of other sights. Tours start every...More

Thank Travelibrarian
Reviewed 28 July 2013

Combine the visit wit a visit to the Rahmi Koc Museum. Both combined make the trip worth it, each of them a lone not. I would advice to take the boat to or from Kadikoy Pier or Eminonu Pier to or Haskoy, the trip completes...More

1  Thank Damian O
Reviewed 21 May 2013

The Aynalikavak Mansion overlooking the Golden Horn is not often visited by tourists but this beautiful place offers a respite from busy Istanbul. The pavilion was build during the time of Sultan Mahmut the second. This pleasure pavilion has beautiful decorations and furnishings and gives...More

2  Thank Helena B
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