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Ishak Pasa Palace - Stock Image

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Description

Interior of Ishak Pasha Palace in Dogubeyazit, TURKEY.Ishak Pasha Palace is a semi-ruined palace located in the Dogubeyazit district of Agri province of Turkey.
An Ottoman-period palace whose construction was started in 1685 by Colak Abdi Pasha, the bey of Beyazit province. According to the inscription on its door, the Harem Section of the palace was completed by his grandson Ishak (Isaac) Pasha in 1784.
The Palace is more of a complex than a palace; it is the second administrative campus after the Topkapı Palace in Istanbul and the most famous of the palaces built in recent decades.
The palace was depicted on the reverse of the Turkish 100 new lira banknote of 2005-2009.
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