15 July Martyrs Bridge - the Bosphorus Bridge, known officially as the 15 July Martyrs Bridge and unofficially as the First Bridge, is one of the three suspension bridges spanning the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul, Turkey
Maiden's Tower - structure linked with legend and once used as a lighthouse, housing a small museum and a restaurant.
Süleymaniye Mosque - ornate 16th-century mosque with gardens, a restaurant and a terrace with views over the Golden Horn.
Galata Tower - restored 5th-century tower and former prison overlooking the Bosphorus with a top-floor restaurant.
Dolmabahçe Palace - grand, domed sultan's palace, now a museum, including collections of art, calligraphy, and carpets.
Basilica Cistern - huge underground Roman water source held up with 336 marble columns covering 9,800 sq. meters.
Grand Bazaar - a historic, sprawling network of indoor souks and market streets peddling leather, jewelry and gifts.
Topkapi Palace Museum - huge, opulent 15th-century palace, occupied by sultans for 400 years, housing Ottoman treasures.
The Blue Mosque - well-known site, also known as the Blue Mosque, built in 1616 and containing its founder's tomb.
Hagia Sophia Museum - museum with glittering mosaics of Biblical scenes in vast, domed former Byzantine church and mosque.
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