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Miniaturk
  • Miniaturk is a maquette park of Istanbul
    Miniaturk is a maquette park of Istanbul
  • Turkey's rich historical, cultural and architectural heritage is being displayed with maquettes
    Turkey's rich historical, cultural and architectural heritage is being displayed with maquettes
  • The Maiden Tower
    The Maiden Tower
  • Fairy chimneys
    Fairy chimneys
  • Tomb of Mevlana
    Tomb of Mevlana

Miniaturk is a maquette park of Istanbul. The mini Turkey park opened in 2003. In the park there are mini models of old ottoman architectural works in Turkey. Turkey's rich historical, cultural and architectural heritage is being displayed with maquettes.

105 models
In the park you have a chance to see 105 models of architectural structures. 45 of them from Istanbul, another 45 structures from the rest of Turkey and 15 models made by Turks that are on the borders of other countries. All maquettes are 1/25 of their original size.

Small copy of Bosphorus Bridge
The park is located along the coast of the Golden Horn. Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Aspendos Theater, Suleymaniye Mosque, Sumela Monastery, Ruins of Mount Nemrud and Ephesus are some of those among the historical and cultural works of art in Miniaturk. There is also a small bridge which is copied from the Bosphorus Bridge.

Useful Information of Miniaturk
Address Imrahor Caddesi, Sütlüce, 3444, Istanbul
Visiting hours Open daily from 9am – 6pm.
Entrance fee 10 TL
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