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Sultans' Turbes, Istanbul

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  • Around the side of the Aya Sofia, near the entrance to Topkapi, are these 5 tombs with free entry. Each has very nice design on the ceilings and not many people visit them, so it's a great place to si...  more »
  • This is housed inside the Hagia Sophia complex but with a separate (and free) entrance to the side. Exiting Hagia Sophia and turn left, walk down to the end and then turn left again. You'll be facing ...  more »
  • There are Sultans' Turbes just behind the Aya Sofia. Inside of each turbes are decorated with Iznik tiles and I think these turbes are both historically and artistically important considering they are...  more »
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  • It's Free! The architecture and detailed craftsmanship is worth your time. Won't take you long to check out each tomb. Very nicely designed and in great condition. They have robes for women at each tomb when you enter.
  • Astonishing sultan tombs, decorated by ornamental tiles, wood carvings and stone and wood inlay. Worth to see. A magic place.
  • only garvs very sad place but it is well designed and filled with flowers
  • It is the grave of a sultan who is burried alongside with his children and wives who were killed on the day the sultan died, by the eldest son so that the other children cannot claim rights to the throne. So sad place to visit.
  • Very interesting architecture. Check it out if you are here. No ticket required.