Ishak Pasha Palace is a semi-ruined palace and administrative complex located in the Doğubeyazıt district of Ağrı province of eastern Turkey.The Ishak Pasha palace is an Ottoman-period palace whose construction was started in 1685 by Colak Abdi Pasha, the bey of Beyazit province, continued by his son İshak Pasha and completed by his grandson Mehmet Pasha. According to the inscription on its door, the Harem Section of the palace was completed by his grandson Ishak Pasha in 1784.The Ishak Pasha Palace is a rare example of the historical Turkish palaces.The palace was depicted on the reverse of the Turkish 100 new lira banknote of 2005-2009.Sections of the palaceThe complex consists of following sections: Exterior façades First and second courts The men's quarter The mosque The soup kitchen Bath Harem Section Hall for ceremonies and entertaintment Arch gates Panteries and ammunition room The mausoleum The bakery Dungeons central heating system The characteristic property of the palace is its combined Ottoman, Persian, and Armenian architectural style.To visit Ishak Pasha Palace and get the most from your holiday in Dogubeyazit, create itinerary details personal to you using our Dogubeyazit itinerary builder.
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saray yaşantısı ile ilgili küçük detayları keşfedebileceğiniz bir mimariye sahip. kalorifer sisteminin ilk kullanıldığı saray. ulaşım sıkıntılı olabilir ama buna değer. yakınında bşir de ahmed-i hani ... more »every little detail about Palace life to explore architecture. Central heating system first used courtiers. transportation can be troublesome, but it's worth it. restoration is also near the tomb of ahmed-I behold.View original
İshak paşa sarayı yukarıdan bakılınca insanı büyülüyor zaten.. girş kapısı muhteşem, taş oyması ve Harika bir görüntü, çok büyük bir saray iki katlı olduğu halde bir katı çokmuş, Hale'n restorasyon de... more »Ishak Pasha Palace from above spellbound already.. magnificent, stone-carved of inbound gate and it's a great image, a big Palace is a solid two-storey had collapsed, and restoration in progress.. the interior courtyard has one shrine, still you can see here the most beautiful of the stone carving, the harem rooms, kitchen, Dungeon (a little creepy, by weight of the glass of the crime, but one of the criminals was thrown down and can't get there till) carved of wood to the top balcony of the lion and the Eagle under the bottom of the human figure. These are the power and might of İshak Pasha submission.. If you have the opportunity to go, I think it's definitely worth it necessarily see ...View original
Mimari olarak tam bir şaheser olan saray çok iyi korunmuş durumda. Gezerken kendinizi bir film setinde zannediyorsunuz.Architecturally the very well preserved a complete masterpiece. While walking around the set of a movie you think yourself.View original
Beautiful and peaceful palace overlooking an amazing landscape of Doğubeyazıt
Harry van Someren
It's ok. See it if you are in the neighbourhood.
cok gorkemli bir tepede harika bir saray, 2012 de yapilan restorasyon da keske daha nitelikli bir calisma yapilsaymis. cati ortuleri bina ile hic uyumlu degil...
Vad LyThe place is probably not beautiful. You can make an excellent photo shoot. Who wants to get with Doubajazita here's recommendations. In the hotel we were told it was worth 100 lire. We took a taxi on the street for 25 lire to one side. Can be reached on foot who well physically developed. Entrance to the Palace 5 lire. Back came on foot without problems. Rasstojante about 5 km but with slides and have something to show. So the time passed.View original
Erdal ÇelikQesra Madi, pehlewanan u xelki u seretaj in some began mile hard in xwinshirine u mirowine u bashnView original
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