This is a typical industry museum which showcases evolution of machines. Many transport related items including a submarine, classic cars, railway carriages, an out-of-service Bosphorus ferry and a Douglas DC-3 aircraft (possible to go inside) is, among others, in the display. Also houses a typical Istanbul streetscape with its shops and all as how it would look like in the past.
Hasköy Caddesi 27, Hasköy
+90 212 256 71
Rahmi M. Koç Industrial Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
Patriarchate of Constantinople(1.6 km)
Arguably the centre of World Orthodoxy, housed since 1586 in Church of St George (Greek: Agíou Geōrgíou, Turkish: Aya Yorgi), which is, despite its religious importance, an otherwise unremarkable and unimpressive building from outside, though its lavishly decorated interior is worth a look.
Chora Church(1.6 km)
Also known as the Church of St Saviour in Chora (chora translates 'countryside' in Byzantine Greek, which refers to what the site of the church exactly was when it was built), this is 1000 year old Byzantine church, an example of a church somewhat out of the traditional center, but is an absolute must see with precious mosaic frescoes and a captivating mood inside.
St Stephen Church(1.2 km)
A Bulgarian Orthodox church better known as Demir Kilise, i.
Santral İstanbul(2.6 km)
A contemporary art museum located in a building converted from an old power plant (first such plant in Istanbul and the Ottoman Empire).
Originally a factory producing fezzes (fes), Ottoman red hats made of felt, adopted in Ottoman Empire in early 1800s as a part of westernizing efforts in lieu of much more traditional turbans.
Eyüp Mosque Complex(1.3 km)
This is the main attraction around this part of the city.
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