beylerbeyi sarayi

Beylerbeyi Palace, İstanbul

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Beylerbeyi Palace was thought to serve as a summer residence of Ottoman sultans and a state guest house to entertain the foreign heads of state and sovereigns and it was constructed on demand of the sultan of the period, Sultan Abdülaziz (1861 – 1876). Construction of the palace was commenced on 6 August 1863 and it was formally opened to usage on 21 April 1865, Friday.

Beylerbeyi Palace, which is the main building of the Palace complex is a two-storey construction, made of stone, on a high basement. The building was constructed on a land of about 2,500 square meters sits on a rectangular floor area. The South side of the Palace was organized as Imperial Mabeyn and The North side as Valide Sultan’s Apartment. There are total 6 halls, 24 rooms, 1 turkish bath and 1 bathroom at two storeys. Beylerbeyi Palace, which was constructed as a mixture of Western and Eastern styles, has the layout characteristics of traditional Turkish House with Harem and Mabeyn Sections.

Adres / Address:
Beylerbeyi Sarayı
Beylerbeyi Mahallesi
Abdullahağa Cd., 34676 Üsküdar/İstanbul,
Telefon / Phone:
+90 212 236 90 00
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