Dolmabahçe Palace

Dolmabahce Palace, the thirty-first Ottoman Sultan reigns (1839-1861) was built by. Its construction started on June 13, 1843 the palace was opened for use on June 7, 1856 with the completion of the perimeter wall. The main building of the palace; Mabey-i Humayun (Selamlik), living in Muay (Ceremonial Hall) and the Harem-i Humayun names which consists of three parts. Mabey-i Humayun; state affairs, Harem-i Humayun; Private life of the sultan and his family, these two sections is located between at muay Hall; Eid greetings with the elders of the Sultan's government and is devoted to some important state ceremonies. The main structure; There are three floors with the basement section along parallel to the sea. Harem section extending to the land side where the apartment is musandır the (attic) has become a feature of the four-storey building with a floor. In a way, observed distinct Western influences in detail and ornamentation, the last period of the Empire is a reflection of the changing aesthetic value. On the other hand, the organization of space, rooms and halls in terms of relationships, the whole structure is applied in very large size of the traditional Turkish house plan types. Physical walls of stone, brick interior walls, floors are made of wood. Palace open to modern technology, electrical and heating systems are included in the 1910-1912 year. Used floor area of ​​45,000 m², 285 rooms, 44 halls and has 6 baths. Mabey conducted by the Sultan's government affairs; its function and splendor is the most important part of the Dolmabahçe Palace. Login encountered Medhal room, providing a connection to the upper floor and protocol character, Crystal Stairs, Süferâ the presence of the Sultan welcomed the ambassadors Hall and get their Red Room; So as to emphasize the historical splendor of the Empire, decorated and furnished. Zülvecheyn Hall located on the top floor; Mabey constitutes a kind of transition in its space dedicated to Sultan's apartment. In this particular apartment, for the Sultan, a splendid marble baths brought from Egypt, operating rooms and is located in the Sultan's daily lives continues to eat and rest rooms. In the same section and made of remarkable places library consisting of books Khalifa reigns. Ceremonial Hall is located between the harem and Mabey sections; Dolmabahçe Palace is the highest and most magnificent hall. 2000 m²y excess space, 56 column, height 36 m The dome and the dome with a 4.5 tons British made this hall with chandeliers, is a distinctly separated from other parts of the palace. Hall chandelier, was acquired by giving orders from the Sultan reigns England. Dolmabahçe under Western influence in the Palace, corresponds to that of a palace built on the model of the European court, the functional organization and interior structure, "Harem" though not the exact line up in Evet evet evet care has been taken to set up a separate section. Conversely, however, the Topkapi Palace Harem, no longer kept separate from the palace is not a building or group of buildings; under the same roof, it built in the same structural integrity of a private living units. Dolmabahce Palace, which opened in 1856, abolished the caliphate at intervals until 1924, the last Ottoman sultan and caliph 6 The Lord reigns has hosted. Between 1949 and 1927 the palace was used as the presidency. Gazi Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of the Republic, between the years 1927-1938 in the study used the Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul and died here. Between the years 1926-1984 protocol and partly to visit the palace, which is open since 1984. "Museum-" the palace was opened as a tour. Dolmabahçe Palace, Dolmabahçe Clock Museum in the former Internal Treasury building in Harem Garden, in 2004, the National Palaces Collection, a museum that exhibits the hours of time it is opened. Tours are held in closed rooms and storage for those hours not exhibited at the routes, time has passed an eight-year repair process in our workshop. Turkey's first and only time that the museum Dolmabahçe Clock Museum, embodies the 18th and 19th century British vending machines, next to the majestic mechanical made by French masters in the 19th century peak reached Ottoman Mevlevi watchmakers has been a museum can be seen in the wonderful works of art. The times in 2009 and taken to the museum's overall care, the introduction of new showcases and exhibition arrangement and decided to also participate in some of the new hours of museums and museum was closed for a year. During this time, hours passed one by one achieved by the masters of the palace and the museum opened to the public again in 2010. Museum has on display 71 pieces of time, among them the famous British watchmaker George Priore's musical automats, French gold-plated console clocks, vending machines and automats musical clocks, Ahmed Wallachia that Dede's last his number 9 hours, Mevlevi master Mehmet Sukru and Mehmet Muhsin türbülo of hours, al-Sayyed Suleiman works have an important place in the world as a delicious spectacular astronomical clock mechanical clock collections and Osman Nuri decimal clock is located. Visits Days and Hours:
Mondays and other days it is open to visitors from 9:00 to 16:00 hours, except on Thursdays.
Admission Fees:
Selamlik £ 15
Harem $ 10
Joint tickets $ 20
Student trip ticket: $ 5
Dolmabahce Palace in the daily number of visitors is limited to 3,000 people.
It is forbidden to take images with the digital camera or camcorder.
Reservation will be given priority groups.
(Tolls if they exceed the number of daily visitors, the closing time of 16:00 may be closed earlier than.)

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