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Iznik Museum, Iznik

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  • Iznik museum is in an attractive building near the Green Mosque. It is, though, closed and has been closed for several years. We spoke to somebody from Iznik who said there is no sign of the city reop...  more »
  • Reading back at the reviews, we thought: after two years, there is no way the museum is still closed. Bow we were wrong! You can peek through the fence to see Roman ruins and the garden is lovely  more »
  • Iznik itself appears a little run down and the days of its former glories as the capital of the Byzantine Empire and as a major centre for tile and pottery production are clearly long gone. But there ...  more »
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  • The outside of the building is beautifully restored. The museum is closed for restoration so there is NO ENTRY. However, access to the the displays in the yard could easily be allowed, but is not. There are guards on duty and the place is fenced-off and locked. Go figure!!
  • October 2012den restorasyonday since. I haven't been able to visit. that's why I'm not Saadat Ali, a 5-year period was made a museum to do opinion international notoriety. Is opened, we'd better go ...
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  •  Museum of the ears historical site Explorer and contains diverse pieces dating back to medieval times Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman. Ears to the Museum was founded in 790 Hijri 1388 a.d. when Sultan Murad I ordered its construction and the building opened as a Museum in 1960.
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  • Last time we went the restoration therefore was closed. From the outside, Nilufer Hatun Madrasah and resides in the garden and it looked very nice. Also made nice landscaping. In the spring, with large park in front of the even more beautiful.
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  • The second Ecumenical Council of Nicaea. The church now Mosque is part of our Catholic culture
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