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Hidiv Kasri

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Firat
Firat
March 30, 2015
The Khedive Palace[1] (Turkish: Hıdiv Kasrı) or Çubuklu Palace[2] (Çubuklu Sarayı),[2] located on the Asian side of the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey, was a former residence of Khedive Abbas II
Tayfun
Tayfun
March 17, 2015
Turkey with all the attractions of the area that is the model of the monument
Nazım
Nazım
May 24, 2014
The Khedive Palace completed in 1907, was designed in the Art Nouveau style.
Susanne
Susanne
October 03, 2016
Hidiv Kasri ist ein wunderschönes historisches Anwesen auf einem Hügel mit einem kostengünstigen Restaurant gehobener Klasse ("Sozial-Restaurant") und einem geschmackvoll angelegten Park, in dem sich auch Kinder wohlfühlen. Besonders schön während der Tulpenzeit im Fühling. Ein echter Geheimtipp.
Tony
Tony
July 18, 2014
A decadent Ottoman era palace with expansive lush gardens, and amazing Ottoman desserts! Another perfect spot for unique photography opportunities!

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Istanbul, Istanbul Province 34805
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