We can talk about who want to make the trip on historic sites of Istanbul’s. Suriçi is the other name of the historical peninsula. The Golden Horn, the Bosphorus and the Marmara Sea, surrounded by the historical peninsula of Istanbul, the first call is established and developed the area. The peninsul’s western border of the Byzantine city walls can be seen. There are two reasons why this area is called the historical peninsula. The first reason is due to the fact that Istanbul’s oldest settlements. The second reason is due in its having many historical artifacts in. The Hagia Sophia Museum, Çemberlitas Bath, Sultanahmet Square, is located in In the historical peninsula.
Hagia Sophia, patriarch the cathedral is a basilica was built in the Byzantine period, with the conquest of Istanbul in 1453 turned into a mosque by the Ottoman Empire. The building is called the “sofia” , Greek word “wisdom” means. “Hagia Sophia” and “holy wisdom” means. This structure is accepted a masterpiece in the history of art because of managing to stand for 15 centuries. Hagia Sophia, the oldest cathedral in the world at the same the world’s fastest (5 years)built in the cathedral. It was a mosque and is now used as a museum Hagia Sophia, has welcomed its first visitors as a museum on 1 February 1935.
You can witness the history by visiting the Hagia Sophia Museum. You will admire the architecture of this museum and you can visit at 09:00 between the hours of 17:00. The entrance fee is 25 Turkish Liras. Museum is also very convenient transportation.You can access the Hagia Sophia Museum by Eminonu tram line. If you are coming from out of town to İstanbul, you sholud keep a map of Istanbul with you.