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The Istanbul Archeology museum is the most important and the biggest including thousands of artifacts, antiquities and historical elements, in Turkey.
It is located near the Topkapi Palace and it is the most visited archeolgy museum in Turkey.
When you visit that museum you can check thousands piecies from the neolothic age to Ottoman period.


Explore most important historical site of Istanbul city where hundreds of statues and artifatcts exhibited.

Tour guide for Archeology museum is highly suggested due to all era of  Istanbul as well as Turkey shown.

Istanbul Archeology Museum tour guide



Tour in archeology museum takes around 2-3 hours depends on desire that tickets are provided in entrance.
Istanbul archeology museum tour guides have the privalage that you may jump the queue for fast visits.

The Istanbul Archaeological Museums;

is among the most impressive historical venues for your outdoor events and made up of three main units.
The Istanbul Archaeological Musuems, the Ancient Orient Museum and Tiled Kiosk Museum.

The collection of the Archaeology Museum Turkey’s first museum houses over one million artifacts belonging various cultures collected from the imperial territories. The Archaeological Museum was ounded in June 13, 1891 under the name of Müze-i Hümayun (the Imperial Museum).
Commissioned by archeologist, painter and curator Osman Hamdi Bey.

The museum met a need to display important artifacts such as the Sarcophagies of Alexander the Great and King Tabnit, both unearthed at the Royal Necropolis of Sydon (Saida, Lebanon), a site considered one of the most significant archeological discoveries of that era. The main building of the museum was designed by the renowned architect
Alexandre Vallaury a later took it’s current form with the construction of auxiliaries built in 1903 and 1907.
In addition to the Alexander and Tabnit sarcophagi, the permanent collection features numerous.
Remarkable artifacts including the Mourning Women Sarcophagus, also unearthed in the Sidon Royal Necropolis excavation, the Tabnit Sarcophagus, and the Brankhit Sculptures of the Didim-Milet Sacred Way, belonging from archaic period utill late-Roman period.
Besides archaeological artifacts, one can enjoy seeing various valuable objects from the pre-islamic Arabian Peninsula, Mesopotamia, Egypt and Anatolia in the Ancient Orient Museum as well as some outstanding tile and pottery samples by Seljuk and Ottoman in the Tiled Kiosk Museum.

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