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The best places to take photos in Istanbul -2023

The best places to take photos in Istanbul -2023

Istanbul, which has been home to many civilizations throughout history, is among the most popular stops of tourists with its food culture, historical sites, culture and art activities. The city, which offers unique landscapes with its rich culture, is also indispensable for photography enthusiasts.

Galata Tower, Beyoglu

Galata Tower, one of the symbolic structures of the city, draws attention with its Bosphorus view as well as its historical texture.

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Ortakoy, Besiktas

Ortakoy, with its unique view of the bridge, is a destination especially for those who want to see the sunset.

Beylerbeyi Palace, Üsküdar

Dating back to the Ottoman Empire, the palace is worth visiting with its lush garden and historical texture.

Pierre Loti Hill, Eyüpsultan

The famous hill has one of the most beautiful views of the city and is the perfect place to take photos, especially at sunset.

Emirgan Korusu, Sariyer

With its colorful tulips blooming in season, Emirgan Korusu is one of the favorite places for photography enthusiasts.

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Basilica Cistern, Fatih

The Basilica Cistern, which fascinates its visitors with its unique architecture, is one of the historical places worth seeing after the restoration works.

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Balat, Fatih

Balat, one of the most colorful districts of the city, is remarkable for its historical atmosphere and boutique cafes.

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Cicek Pasaji (Flower Passage),Beyoglu

Located on Istiklal Street, the arcade is one of the places to take photos in Istanbul with its shops, fish markets and historical buildings.

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Gül Demirci

Hi, I'm Gul. I am a writer for Expat Guide Turkey and I strive to create the best content for you. To contact me, you can send an e-mail to Happy reading!

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