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Carpet And Kilim Museum, Istanbul
(3.6/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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  • One of the most important parts of our culture, our history with big labor Deo ALBERT 'larımızın so far reflected in terms of the richness of our culture and way of life to understand is one of my favorites between museums. I need information you won't find anywhere I have to visually via a computer that your chances of getting detailed information on my expectations of being a museum. students at a very low $1 is a nice place not to be missed. Normal ticket costs us $10. definitely worth.
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  • For a country such as Turkey, I think exposure could be better. The entire examination will take 30 minutes. Nothing unusual. Antique carpets and tapestries. Some 200 years. Beautiful.
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  • 3 separate gallery consisting of small but must-see. right to the Topkapi Palace is located on the left. the centuries ago you can see stunning examples of subtle motifs. meaning of the motifs used in carpets posters has been very useful
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  • Essential visit for art lovers, here represented at the highest levels. Impressive the Usak of the 16th century as well as Bergama, Gördes and Ereke.
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  • For someone like me who loves the carpets can not fail to visit this museum. Pure beauty.
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