Dolmabahçe Palace Istanbul Turkey
Dolmabahce Palace - Istanbul, Turkey - Oct 20, 2012
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Built in the middle of the 19th century and set on the beautiful shores of the Bosporus, the Dolmabahce Palace shines out in its old splendour, the third sultan's palace of Istanbul, its royal buildings are considered to be the most beautiful examples of Osmanic architecture.The Turkish architect, Kabaret Balian and his son, Nikogos, were encouraged to indulge themselves both financially and creatively in the design of this impressive and opulent palace. As with its exterior, the beauty and splendour of the internal rooms is simply overwhelming and its magnificent sunlit stairways were influenced by the design of the Paris Opera House. The entire palace is like a magnificent museum. Various works of art, paintings and other valuable gifts from various diplomats and visiting royal families are on display throughout.. Whenever a gentle breeze travels across the Bosporus and makes the flowers and blossoms move like dancers, it is easy to understand why the last great sultans chose this place as their home.
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Dolmabahce Palace Istanbul Turkey
The Dolmabahce Palace is located along the European shore of the Bosphorus Strait. Originally there was a shallow bay where the Ottoman fleet used to anchor their ships.
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This is The Dolmabahce Palace.
• It is one of the most beautiful and large palaces in Istanbul
• the palace was the home to the last six sultans of the abolished Ottoman Empire
• Abdül Mecid I built the palace in 1843-56.
• Dolmabahce palace has 285 rooms, 44 halls, 68 toilets and 6 Turkish baths?
• 14 tons of gold were used to decorate ceilings in gold leaves
• in this beautiful crystal staircase with this amazing crystal chandelier which is one of the most largest and biggest chandelier in the world!
• It is a gift from Queen Victoria of England, hangs in the central hall. It contains 750 lamps and weighs 4,5 tons
• Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey, turned the palace into a presidential residence in 1924
• He died in the palace at 9:05 AM on 10th November 1938.
• As a matter of respect all clocks in the palace were stopped at this time
-Music: Turkish music by the People at Dolmabahca Palace
-Other Music: Youtube Audio Library - Island - MBB [No Copyright Music]
-Images By: Google
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mustafa kemal ATATURK SAYGİ VE ÖZLEMLE...Beşiktaş Sahil Sarayı, Sultan Abdülmecid Döneminde (1839-1861) ahşap ve kullanışsız olduğu gerekçesiyle 1843 yılından başlayarak yıktırılmış ve aynı yerde günümüze dek gelen Dolmabahçe Sarayı’nın temelleri atılmıştır.
Yapımı, çevre duvarlarıyla birlikte 1856 yılında bitirilen Dolmabahçe Sarayı 110.000 m2’yi aşan bir alan üstüne kurulmuş ve ana yapısı dışında onaltı ayrı bölümden oluşmuştur. Bunlar saray ahırlarından değirmenlere, eczanelerden mutfaklara, kuşluklara, camhane, dökümhane, tatlıhane gibi işliklere uzanan bir dizi içinde, çeşitli amaçlara ayrılmış yapılardır. Bu yapılar arasına Sultan II. Abdülhamid Döneminde (1876-1909) Saat Kulesi ve Veliahd Dairesi arka bahçesindeki Hareket Köşkleri eklenmiştir.
Dönemin önde gelen Osmanlı mimarları Karabet ve Nikogos Balyan tarafından yapılan sarayın ana yapısı; Mabeyn-i Hümâyûn (Selâmlık), Muayede Salonu (Tören Salonu) ve Harem-i Hümâyûn adlarını taşıyan üç bölümden oluşur. Mabeyn-i Hümâyûn; devletin yönetim işleri, Harem-i Hümâyûn; Padişah ve ailesinin özel yaşamı, bu iki bölümün arasında yer alan Muayede Salonu’ysa; Padişah’ın devlet ileri gelenleriyle bayramlaşması ve kimi önemli devlet törenleri için ayrılmıştır.
Beşiktaş Beach Palace was destroyed starting from 1843 due to the fact that it was unusable in the period of Sultan Abdülmecid (1839-1861) and the foundations of Dolmabahçe Palace, which came down daily in the same place, were laid.
The Dolmabahçe Palace, which was completed in 1856 together with the surrounding walls, was built on an area exceeding 110,000 m2 and consists of sixteen separate sections except the main building. These are constructions dedicated to a variety of purposes, ranging from palace stalls to mills, from pharmacies to kitchens, birds, glasshouses, foundries, desserts. Among these structures, Sultan II. In the period of Abdülhamid (1876-1909), Clock Tower and Movement Pavilions in the back garden of the Celestial Circle were added.
The main structure of the palace, which was built by leading Ottoman architects Karabet and Nikogos Balyan, Mabeyn-i Hümâyûn (Selamism), Muayede Hall (Ceremonial Hall) and Harem-i Hümâyûn. Mabeyn-i Hümâyûn; Government administration works, Harem-i Hümâyûn; The private life of the Sultan and his family is the Muayede Salonu situated between these two sections; The Sultan was devoted to the feast of state officials and to some important state ceremonies.
Official Welcome Ceremony at Dolmabahçe Palace with Military Honours, Istanbul Turkey, 11 SEP 2015
Official Welcome Ceremony at Dolmabahçe Palace with Military Honours - NATO Military Committee Conference, Istanbul Turkey, 11 SEP 2015
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Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's Presidential House; this is a snippet view of the palace facing the Bosphorus. The property is filled with beautiful gardens and fountains throughout (hence, its name). There's a cafe and small gift shop on premises, as well. Unfortunately, as is the case with some museum exhibits, the usage of photographic equipment is prohibited indoors (yours truly was not trying to get arrested in Turkey or elsewhere for that matter ????). - 2018
THE HAREM of the SULTANS in the TOPKAPI PALACE | ISTANBUL VLOG
21.05.2018 i uploaded my first video. Didn't know anything about video shooting and editing.
It was a beautiful, warm day in Istanbul. I really don't know why but i did decide to make the first video from the Galata Bridge. That's how it started.. with zero Subscribers. In Eight months over 1,000 Istanbul Lovers joined the Channel.
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Now i have a new video prepared. It is a special place called HAREM. The Harem is situated in the Topkapi Palace Museum. To enter the Harem first you have to buy a ticket for the Palace itself. The Harem which is situated in the Palace costs extra entrance fee. The Topkapi Palace Museum is open every day except Tuesdays. Museum Ticket : 72 Lira, Harem Ticket : 42 Lira
The Topkapı Palace (Turkish: Topkapı Sarayı) is a museum in Istanbul, Turkey. In the 15th century, it served as the main residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman sultans. Topkapı was transformed into a museum 1924.
The Harem Apartments were where the sultans lived together with their families.
Some of the sections were closed because of restaurations. That means, that i have a good reason to visit the Harem in the future again.
If you are looking for detailed information about the Harem Section; here is the link of the official website of the Topkapı Palace Museum.
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THE HAREM of the SULTANS in the TOPKAPI PALACE
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Topkapı Palace was not only the residence of the Ottoman sultans, but also the administrative and educational centre of the state. Initially constructed between 1460 and 1478 by Sultan Mehmed II, the conqueror of Constantinople, and expanded upon and altered many times throughout its long history, the palace served as the home of the Ottoman sultans and their court until the middle of the 19th century. In the early 1850s, the palace became inadequate to the requirements of state ceremonies and protocol, and so the sultans moved to Dolmabahçe Palace, located on the Bosphorus. Despite this move, the royal treasure, the Holy Relics of the Prophet Muhammad, and the imperial archives continued to be preserved at Topkapı, and-since the palace was the ancestral residence of the Ottoman dynasty as well as the place where the Holy Relics were preserved-Topkapı continued to play host to certain state ceremonies. Following the abolishment of the Ottoman monarchy in 1922, Topkapı Palace was converted into a museum on April 3rd 1924, on the order of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. After the conquest of Constantinople, Sultan Mehmed II (r. 1444-46, 1451-81) had a palace built in what is modern-day Istanbul’s Beyazıt district, on the spot where the University of Istanbul stands today; this first palace subsequently became known as the Old Palace (Eski Saray). Following the construction of the Old Palace, Mehmed II then had the Tiled Kiosk (Çinili Köşk) built, followed by Topkapı Palace itself, to which the court relocated when construction was complete. Mehmed called this place the New Palace (Sarây-ı Cedîd). The palace received its current name when Sultan Mahmud I (r. 1730-54) had a large wooden palace constructed near the city’s Byzantine walls, in front of which were placed several ceremonial cannons. This seaside palace was named the Cannon Gate Palace by the Sea (Topkapusu Sâhil Sarâyı), and when this palace was destroyed in a fire, its name was transferred to Mehmed II’s New Palace. Topkapı Palace, which developed and grew over the centuries, had a design that played an important role in Ottoman governmental philosophy and in the relations between the palace and its subjects. When Topkapı was first built, its plan was influenced by the splendor of the Edirne Palace located on the Tunca River, which had been constructed by Mehmed II’s father, Sultan Murad II (r. 1421-44, 1446-51) but very little of which survives today. The basic design of the palace is centred on various courtyards and gardens, around which are arranged offices devoted to state business, the buildings and pavilions serving as the residence of the sovereign and the buildings set aside for the court employees who lived in the palace. Topkapı Palace is built atop the Byzantine acropolis on Sarayburnu at the tip of the Istanbul peninsula. It is surrounded by the Sea of Marmara, the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. On the land side, the palace is surrounded by 1,400-meter-long high encircling walls-known as the “Royal Walls” (Sûr-ı Sultânî)-while on the side facing the sea it is surrounded by Byzantine walls. The palace covers an area of approximately 700,000 square meters, a major part of which area is set aside for the Royal Gardens (Hasbahçe). The court of Topkapı Palace proper is made up of two basic organizations: the Outer Palace (Bîrûn) and the Inner Palace (Enderûn); the Harem was a part of the latter. The design of residences, ceremonies and ceremonial spaces, and all of the many palace facilities were set out according to this basic organizational principle. Within the Topkapı Palace complex are three main gates-the Imperial Gate (Bâb-ı Hümâyûn), the Gate of Salutation (Bâbüsselâm), and the Gate of Felicity (Bâbüssaâde)-four courtyards, the Harem, the Royal Gardens-today known as the Rose Garden (Gülbahçe)-and various other gardens.
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A walk through the Topkapi Palace, starting at the Blue Mosque, walking next to the Haga Sophia and then onwards to the palace, going in some of the most private chambers.
DOLMABAHCE - ISTANBUL - TURKEY
Dolmabahçe Palace located in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Turkey, on the European coast of the Bosphorus, served as the main administrative center of the Ottoman Empire from 1856 to 1887 and 1909 to 1922.
Dolmabahçe Palace was ordered by the Empire's 31st Sultan, Abdülmecid I, and built between the years 1843 and 1856. Previously, the Sultan and his family had lived at the Topkapı Palace, but as the medieval Topkapı was lacking in contemporary style, luxury, and comfort, as compared to the palaces of the European monarchs, Abdülmecid decided to build a new modern palace near the site of the former Beşiktaş Sahil Palace, which was demolished.
Mohammed bin Rashid tours Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul
On Thursday evening UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan toured Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul. Sheikh Mohammed also visited Topkapi Palace Museum. Thursday, October 6, 2005
Dolmabahce Palace from the Bosphorus, Istanbul, Turkey
View from the Bosphorus of the Dolmabahçe Palace, located in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Turkey.
Dolmabahçe Palace was ordered by the Turkish Empire's 31st Sultan, Abdülmecid I, and built between the years 1843 and 1856.
The site of Dolmabahçe Palace was originally a bay on the Bosporus which was reclaimed gradually during the 18th century to become an imperial garden, much appreciated by the Ottoman sultans; it is from this garden that the name Dolmabahçe (Filled-in Garden) comes from the Turkish dolma meaning filled and bahçe meaning garden. Various summer palaces were built here during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The Palace is a great example of the Ottoman Baroque architecture.
Dolmabahce Palace Turkey, Istanbul
Dolmabahce Palace terletak di Beksitas (Istanbul) berada disisi bagian eropa, tempatnya persis disisi selat Bosphorus
Dekorasi interior ruangan ini di hiasi dengan emas dan cristal (sayang untuk di dalam tidak di perbolehkan kamera/video)
Ada 3 jenis tiket masuk, untuk all in seharga 40 tl. Untuk selamlik (official) seharga 30tl dan untuk harem seharga 20 tl
Setiap tempat masuk ada jam2 tertentu untuk guide berbahasa ingris
Topkapi Palace & Dolmabahce Palace, Istanbul: Complete Walk-throughs
Topkapi Place and Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul, Turkey:
You will be able to find all the key exhibits in Topkapi Place and Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul. Some of the images are also not readily available on the Internet.
The Topkapı Palace is a large museum in Istanbul, Turkey. In the 15th century, it served as the main residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman sultans.
Following the end of the Ottoman Empire in 1923, Topkapı was transformed into a museum by a government decree dated April 3, 1924. The Topkapı Palace Museum has hundreds of rooms and chambers, but only the most important are accessible to the public today.
The museum collection also includes Ottoman clothing, weapons, armor, miniatures, religious relics, and illuminated manuscripts like the Topkapi manuscript.
Dolmabahçe Palace on the shores of the Bosphorus is located on an area of 250 thousand square meters. This palace built in the Ottoman period was used as a residence by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk during the Republican era. Republic of Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk died in this palace on November 10, 1938.
These two significant palaces are worth a visit when you travel to Istanbul, Turkey.
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Istanbul Dolmabahce Palace
Dolmabahçe Palace was ordered by the Empire's 31st Sultan, Abdülmecid I, and built between the years 1843 and 1856. Previously, the Sultan and his family had lived at the Topkapı Palace, but as the medieval Topkapı was lacking in contemporary style, luxury, and comfort, as compared to the palaces of the European monarchs, Abdülmecid decided to build a new modern palace near the site of the former Beşiktaş Palace, which was demolished. Hacı Said Ağa was responsible for the construction works, while the project was realized by architects Garabet Balyan, his son Nigoğayos Balyan and Evanis Kalfa (members of the Balyan family of Ottoman court architects).
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Dolmabahce Palace Istanbul Turkey Winter 2010
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