Easy Chic 4 Apartment
The two bedroom Easy Chic 4 apartment is a cozy apartment located in the Beyoglu district and is suited for 5 persons looking for a great time in Istanbul.Easy Chic 4 Apartment
This apartment has a balcony where you can smoke and at the same time have a great view of Istanbul. The living area has two comfortable single sofa beds.
Wifi internet is available so you can open your laptop and go on internet and visit your friends on Facebook or you can watch the latest news on the television set.
The open kitchen has a microwave, a fridge, a hob, a toaster, a dish washer, a kettle and a coffee machine. So you can start the day with a strong coffee.
A washing machine and a dryer are also available. One bedroom has a double bed and the second bedroom has a single bed.
The bathroom has a shower, a sink and a toilet. Linen and towels are being provided.
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This apartment is located in the old Pera district which is also called Beyoglu. This district was the home of the rich and elite during the Ottoman Empire. You can still see the majestic, monumental buildings which are now embassies, boutiques, bars, restaurants and night clubs. A famous neighborhood in this district is Galata. The inhabitants of Galata are famous for the Epistle to the Galatians which is the ninth book of the New Testament.
In the 11th century this was a Jewish community and also a Genoese settlement. The Galata Tower is the landmark of this neighborhood. It was built in the Middle Ages and it has 9 floors and is 67 meters tall. There is a restaurant, a café and a Turkish night club in the tower. Go and visit the Suleymaniye Mosque. This building is an imperial Ottoman mosque and is one of the best known sights of Istanbul. It was designed by the famous architect Sinan Pasha during the Golden Age (1550)of the Ottoman Empire under the reign of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent. Sinan Pasha blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It references the Dome of the Rock which was built on the site of the temple of Salomon. Sultan Suleyman wanted to be as wise and important as King Salomon so this mosque asserts Suleyman’s historical importance.
The Turkish and Islamic Arts museum is located in a building dating back to the 16th century and it used to be the palace of Ibrahim Pasha who was the grand vizier to Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent. The collection includes notable examples of Islamic calligraphy, tiles and rugs. You can also see ethnographic displays on various cultures in Turkey, particularly nomad groups.