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The tomb of Sultan's Favorite Wife!

Roxelana was a concubine of Russian origin. She was also known as Hurrem Sultan and was Sultan... read more

Reviewed 22 November 2016
HINAWASEEM
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ISLAMBAD PAKISTAN
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The tomb of Roxana

Haseki Hurren Sultan is known as Empress Roxana. The wall of the tomb is covered with beautiful... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2016
ワンケディ
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Fukaya, Japan
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22 Nov 2016
“The tomb of Sultan's Favorite Wife!”
9 Apr 2016
“The tomb of Roxana”
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Reviewed 22 November 2016 via mobile

Roxelana was a concubine of Russian origin. She was also known as Hurrem Sultan and was Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent's favorite consort who later went on to become his legal wife and the mother of the next Sultan. She died in 15 April 1558 of...More

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Reviewed 9 April 2016

Haseki Hurren Sultan is known as Empress Roxana. The wall of the tomb is covered with beautiful blue tiles and the most attracting motif is that of the cherry trees. You can get inside the tomb and take photos too. Highly recommended place to visit...More

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