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Historical Sites on The Asian Side of Istanbul
Palace, located in Üsküdar, was built during the Ottoman Empire to welcome
foreign dignitaries. In addition to its magnificent texture and historical
features, it attracts the attention of domestic and foreign tourists with its
interior architecture. The Mihrimah Sultan Mosque, also located in Üsküdar, has
survived from the reign of Kanuni Sultan Süleyman and has a magnificent
architectural feature. The Adile Sultan Palace in Kandilli is an artifact that
has survived from 1876. In Kadıköy, the historic Moda Pier and Haydarpaşa Station
are among the historical places that must be visited and seen.
Natural Beauties on The Asian Side of Istanbul
One of the places that must be seen by those who go to the Anatolian side of Istanbul is Fethi Paşa Forest which is located in Kuzguncuk district. Thanks to its location overlooking the Bosphorus and its unique view, you can view Istanbul from the top. The Suadiye Coast and Moda Coast in Kadıköy are ideal places for those who want to take a stroll by the sea and experience Turkish cuisine. One of the places you need to visit in Kadıköy is Bağdat Street, and in the meantime, the Toy Museum should also be visited.
Places to visit and see on the Asia side of
of course, are not limited to these. The historical
Kuleli Military High School in Çengelköy and the breakfast places under Big
Sycamore are worth a visit. Paşabahçe glass factory in Beykoz, Yusha Hill,
Beykoz Grove, Riva and, Anatolian Kavak should also be seen. The Anatolian
Fortress and the Genoese Fortress will be the most interesting experiences you
can experience on the Asia side of Istanbul.