Topkapi Palace was hometo all the Ottomansultans until the rule of ...More
Topkapi Palace was hometo all the Ottomansultans until the rule ofAbdulmecid I (1839-1860),a time of almost fourcenturies. The requestfor the development ofthe Topkapi Palace on theSeraglio Pointdisregarding both Marmaraand Bosphorus was givenby Mehmed II after thesuccess ofConstantinapolis in 1453.
The spot was then anaged olive forest. Thelast manifestation of thefirst royal residencesecured a region 700m²,and was encased withsustained dividers 1400meters long. The divi Less
Topkapi Palace was home to all the Ottoman sultans until the rule of Abdulmecid I (1839-1860), a time of almost four centuries. The request for the development of the Topkapi Palace on the Seraglio Point disregarding both Marmara and Bosphorus was given by Mehmed II after the success of Constantinapolis in 1453.
The spot was then an aged olive forest. The last manifestation of the first royal residence secured a region 700m², and was encased with sustained dividers 1400 meters long. The divi