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Torre de Gálata

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Ekrem
Ekrem
February 13, 2017
Medieval stone tower, one of the city's most striking landmark; high, cone-capped cylinder that dominates the skyline and offers a panoramic vista of Istanbul's historic peninsula and its environs.
Ahmet
Ahmet
November 26, 2019
There is the old and istanbul's famous places
Aydin & Erin
Aydin & Erin
November 25, 2019
Galata Tower is one of the most touristic and historical places to visit in Istanbul. With its history behind, you also get to enjoy the amazing view on the top of Galata Tower with Istanbul under your feet.
Asli
Asli
January 18, 2017
Galata used to be a Genovesian colony till the end of the Ottoman empire and served as the commercial center of the city this tower was built in 1317 as a fire tower and is still open for visitation it has a 360 view of Istanbul
Mesut
Mesut
December 14, 2019
The Galata Tower, Galata Kulesi in Turkish, is one of the highest and oldest towers of Istanbul. 63 meter (206 feet) high tower provides a panoramic view of the old town. It was built in the 14th century by the Genoese colony as part of the defense wall surrounding their district at Galata directly…
Evren
Evren
January 5, 2020
It is an important historical highlight of Istanbul
Tuna
Tuna
January 7, 2020
This is area is much more than the tower. ok tower is very important but dont forget to visit galeries around and shopping in otantic hand made product stores.

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