All day Istanbul Bosphorus Market of the species, Bosphorus promenade with boat, Bosphorus bridge, Beylerbeyi Palace, Camlica-Çamlıca hill
Spices market 17th century AD
The Egyptian Bazaar (Misir Carsisi in Turkish) is also known as the Spice Market. It is located just behind the Yeni Mosque quarter in Eminonu, at the entrance to the Golden Horn. The bazaar was originally made from wood in the middle of the 17th century by the architect Kazim Aga, and obtained its final restorations during the middle of the years forty. The name comes from the fact that the Egyptians used to sell their spices here and that once they received tax revenue on Egypt. Instead, the English name comes from the days when the bazaar specializes in the sale of spices and herbs, medicinal plants and medicines. Lately there are also stores that sell things other than spices but you can still see and smell many interesting condiments, dried fruits and nuts, teas, oils and essences, sweets, honeycombs, and aphrodisiacs. The spice market has 86 stores in The interior and does not represent a market of plants on one side and a food market, on the other. There are 6 doors in a L-shaped bazaar. The roof is higher over the Grand Bazaar and this is also covered with domes. The Egyptian Bazaar opens every day from 09:00 to 19:00 except during holidays or religious holidays. Since 2009 the bazaar remains open on Sundays too, between 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The Bosphorus Strait
The Bosphorus is about 30 km long, and at its narrowest point of the Anadolu and Rumeli fortress they face each other through it. Here the width of the strait is about 800 meters. On the surface, the Bosphorus flows like a river from the Black Sea to the Marmara. This current becomes much stronger and becomes truly dangerous around the fortresses. Underneath the surface current, there is another current flowing in the opposite direction. These currents have always been a threat to ships crossing the straits. The Bosphorus is like a narrow valley and has an average depth of 50 and a maximum depth of 110 meters.
The Bosphorus International Bridge
The Bosphorus Bridge is 1560mt long from the Europe part to the Asian part of Istanbul, 64mt high from the water level and joins European continent with Asian continent.
The Beylerbeyi Palace 19th century DC
Beylerbeyi, where the Asian pillar of the Bosphorus Bridge sits, is a pleasant neighborhood that has been reserved for palaces since the Byzantine era. Beylerbeyi Palace was built by Sultan Abdülmecid between 1861-1865 on the site of another wooden mansion. The exterior and interior decoration is a mix of East, Turkish and Western motifs. The three-storey building is divided into two sections, the harem (for women) and the selamlyk (for men), and has 26 rooms and 6 rooms. The original furniture, carpets, curtains and other accessories have been preserved in good condition.The decoration of the facade on the seashore, well-kept gardens, the room with a pool in the central section, and the spiral staircase are some Of the striking features of the palace.
The hill of camlica-Çamlıca
The camlica-Çamlıca hill is the highest hill in Istanbul with 263mt of altitude from Bosphorus level and is one of the best places in the city of Istanbul where you can see 360 degrees of panoramic visit.