The museum is hosted in a handsome building set in lush gardens overlooking the Bosphorus. The collections are interesting and cleverly displayed. There is an elegant cafe where you can sample delicious grape sorbet, a first for me. My only minor criticism is that the display labels in English are difficult to read as the colour is too similar to the granite it is set in. That, admittedly, is a minor gripe.
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