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Anadolu Hisari Fort

Anadolu Hisari, Istanbul, Turkey
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Located on the Asian side, Anadolu Hisari Fort is a beautiful district in Bosphorus with a rich history. It may seem far from the old city and Sultanahmet area, but actually it is easily accessible by boat from the European side. Surrounded by many cafes...More

Thank LoveIStanbul365
Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

This fort is along the Bosphorus, right across the bigger and much more magnificent Rumeli Hisar fortress built by Mehmet the Conquerer ( Fatih Sultan Mehmet). This smaller fort was built in 1395 bu Yildirim Beyazit but was extended by Fatlh also. The neighborhood is...More

Thank Nesligul D
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

This fort is located in kucuksu at the Asian side of Istanbul. It was built to guard the Busphorus . Facing it on the European side is the Rumeli fortress which looks of the same design.

Thank drjsaleh
Reviewed 17 June 2017 via mobile

I think there's a mistake in marking the location on the map because when I tap on the location it takes me far away from the Bosphorus, is it true or am I missing out something?I'm just trying to plan my trip to Istanbul in...More

Thank hitham99
Reviewed 26 March 2016

Its like a tween fortress,from both sides of the see,its interesting during the night with the lights,and its amazing to look,from a boat

Thank Lambrini M
Reviewed 29 October 2015 via mobile

Anadolu Hisari or Anatolian Fortress in English is very historical and important structure at Asia side of Istanbul in Turkey. it was built by Yildirim Beyazid who was the Sultan of the Ottomom Empire at 14.century for protection and watching to Bosphorus any attack from...More

Thank Emin Ç
Reviewed 17 October 2015

The fortress was build around 1400 and was a symbol of the power of the Ottoman Empire. It is flanked by another fortress on the other side of the Straits and would have helped the Ottomans control access to the Black Sea. Today, it is...More

Thank Jens L
Reviewed 31 May 2015 via mobile

Lovely place,an important sight of İstanbul on Bosphorus,it is very nice to see it specially from the boat passing through.Strongly recommended to visit this amazing place.

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Reviewed 1 May 2015 via mobile

As part of our Bosphorus trip we have visited this great Citadel which really show me the greatest era of Ottomans in the past

Thank Abdulmoez-Tahmaz
Reviewed 10 November 2014

It is a small castle and nothing to see when you go there. It is beautiful from a distance. You can enjoy this little castle when you have a bosphorus boat tour.

Thank Servet A
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