The Dolmabahce Palace, built by the Ottoman Sultan Abdülmecit in 1856 on the shore of the Bosphorus, is one of the most important landmarks of Istanbul with its magnificent view bearing traces of Western architecture.
Dolmabahce Palace Informations
The largest of the palace in Turkey, Ataturk's also have a different moral value because it is the venue where he spent his final days.
Dolmabahçe Palace, which was opened to the public visit by the National Palaces today, has unique decorations, architectural details, unique carpets, handmade carpets, chandelier craftsmanship, glazed pavilion, greeting section, palace collections, baths and the room where the bed where Mustafa Kemal died. It is one of the first places to visit in Istanbul to take a closer look.
Dolmabahce Palace, whose construction was completed in 1856 with the surrounding walls, was built on an area exceeding 110.000 m2 and it was composed of sixteen separate sections except its main structure. These are structures devoted to a variety of purposes, ranging from palace-like stables to mills, pharmacies to kitchens, mansions, glass houses, foundries, and pastries. Among these structures, During the Sultan II. Abdülhamid Period (1876-1909), the Clock Tower awas added.
Dolmabahce Palace Entrance Fee and Opening Hours 2019
Dolmabahce Palace Entrance Fee
The entrance fee of Dolmabahce Palace is 30 TL. The museum card is not valid.
Dolmabahce Palace Visiting Hours
Dolmabahce Palace is open to visitors between 09:00 to 16:00 every day of the week except Monday and Thursday.
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