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Dolmabahce Palace or Sultans Palace

Regions in Turkey

Dolmabahce Palace received world attention as it was built on the best sites in Istanbul, especially on the coast of the Bosphorus Strait, which connects the Black Sea to the Sea of ​​Marmara, and is considered one of the most important sea lanes in the world.
When Sultan Abdul Majid was fed up with the classic Topkapi Palace, which lacked the contemporary style and luxurious style, compared to what was distinguished by the palaces and castles of kings in Europe.

This palace was considered the center of government and residence for six sultans, so it was called the Palace of the Sultans
The European Gulf of the Bosphorus in Istanbul was chosen as the site for the construction of the palace, as it was surrounded by several imperial gardens, many wooden gazebos and various pavilions.
The Palace Museum includes many possessions of sultans and caliphs, in addition to the possessions of the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.

Dolmabahce Palace contains 285 rooms, 68 bathrooms, 44 halls, and 6 traditional Turkish baths.
The 4.5-ton chandelier is a gift from Queen Victoria, and includes 750 bulbs.
The palace is decorated with approximately 131 handmade silk carpets, from Hereke County.
Dolmabahce Palace was the residence and residence of the former Turkish President (Mustafa Kemal Ataturk), where he died in 1939.
The palace was decorated with the finest types of precious stones, and decorated with 202 oil paintings painted by the most famous artists.

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