The Topkapı Palace, which has undergone the greatest restoration work of its history, was shown from the air.
The Topkapı Palace, which is on the agenda with the clay walls in Gülhane Park and the cracks that have formed in the Fatih Mansion, is experiencing the most comprehensive restoration process of its history. The work carried out by Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror in 1478 and continued in the palace which was the administrative center of the Ottoman State for about 400 years, was also displayed by drone. The work carried out in many parts of the palace, which has undergone the greatest restoration work of its history, was revealed with aerial views.
THE RESTORATION IS COMPLETED AND THE VISITORS WILL BE MORE THAN AREA
It was seen that there were piers in many parts of the palace where the restoration work was carried out meticulously. In the images, it was seen that the works of strengthening, restoration, landscaping, exhibition and arrangement continued from the buildings of the Topkapi Palace to the courtyard and the gardens. Restoration work in various parts of the palace, which for centuries while standing in one hand and Turkey welcomes many visitors from around the world. When the restoration work is completed, many areas closed to visitors will be opened to local and foreign citizens.
300 MILLION BILLION BUDGET FOR RESTORATION
The image of the palace in the Sarayburnu, at the tip of the historical peninsula between the Bosphorus and the Golden Horn, reveals the magnificence of the palace, the administrative center of the Ottoman State for many years. Hundreds of workers, restorers, academics, nakkas, and experts from various sciences are working to restore the palace to its former days in the restoration project, which will cost about 300 million liras.