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Miniaturk

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Miniaturk

For those of you that have gone, can you shed some light on this attraction? Is this a place that is indoor or is it outdoor modules? Is is generally a place that is crowded in the morning, afternoon, all the time? How long will it take to see everything?

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1. Re: Miniaturk

Hi jordanbulls,

Miniaturk is an outdoor park. My son (he was five when we visited Miniaturk) loved it but was not my cup tea. If you like replica miniature buildings, you will definitely like it though. Here is its official website: http://www.miniaturk.com.tr/en/index.php

It gets crowded in the summer when it is tourist season in Istanbul. Choose a weekday to avoid crowds.

Hope this helps,

Borus

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2. Re: Miniaturk

cool thanks!!!

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3. Re: Miniaturk

I did not know they had a replica of the temple of Artemis here. Will be interesting to see everything. I thought it was just replicas of Istanbul, but it seems like it is all of Turkey.

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4. Re: Miniaturk

There are lots of school trips to Miniatürk which sometimes makes it very crowded.

I also strongly suggest to you to visit Rahmi Koç museum which is close to Miniatürk. http://www.rmk-museum.org.tr/en/index.htm

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