Where is Aynalıkavak Pavilion?
The known as Aynalıkavak pavilion, is located the shore of the Goldern Horn in Beyoglu district of the Istanbul, is the sole remaining building from a large complex called the "Aynalıkavak Palace" or the "Shipyard Palace" at the Ottoman Empire periods. Following the conquest of Istanbul, and starting with Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror, Ottoman sutans, were atracted to this great spawling orchard and forestland that spanned the area known as the "Royal Shipyard Gardens".
History of Aynalıkavak Pavilion
The Aynalıkavak Pavilion, thought to have been built during the time of Sultan Ahmed III (1703-1730), was repaired by Sultan Selim III ( 1789-1807) to what we have today. This is the only edifice from an earlier age than the other National Palaces buildings, which are mostly 19th century pavilions and lodges.
How to Go Aynalıkavak Pavilion?
You can use public bus.
What to Do Aynalıkavak Pavilion?
You should see Aynalıkavak Pavilion, there is great place. Aynalıkavak Pavilion is exceptional for its tradional architecture and special decoration. Today as an appropriate tribute to Sultan Selim III, who is a major figure of Turkish classical music, the basement of Aynalıkavak Pavilion houses an exhibition of Turkish musical instruments donated by various individuals and institutions, together with photographs of antique instruments at Topkapı Palace Museum.
Go By Public Transport
Questions of Aynalıkavak Pavilion
Nearby Places - Distance
Nearby Pavilion and Mansion - Distance