Miniaturk Park; Nemrut Mountain, Mardin Houses, Artemis and Rumeli Fortress
Miniaturk Museum, Together with the rich architectural heritage of the cultures of every civilization that ruled and left their mark on these lands, from Antiquity to Rome and Byzantium, from the Seljuk to the Ottoman Empire, Miniatürk was completed and opened to visitors in 2003 by the Istanbul Municipality.
Setting out with the slogan "Small Model of the Big Country", Miniatürk became Turkey's showcase
In Miniaturk, 134 architectural works outside the borders of Turkey, 59 works from Istanbul, 62 works from Anatolia, and 13 works from the Ottoman geography were selected according to their awareness and representation abilities from Turkey and the Ottoman geography. It was found among thousands of historical artifacts in Miniaturk. Miniature models with reduced proportions were included.
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Most İmportant Monuments in Turkey
Along with all the values that make Anatolia an Anatolia, Miniatürk bears the traces of a whole experience in the nearby geography, which is not limited to Turkey and Turkish culture. Traces left by civilizations where peace, tolerance, and justice reigned from 3,000 years ago to the Golden Horn meet in this park.
On the one hand, caravanserais, complexes, madrasas, bridges, stations, piers, castles, walls, tombs, mosques, churches, synagogues, palaces, mansions, obelisks, monuments, statues, on the other hand, unique natural formations. From Pamukkale to Fairy Chimneys, the world has been meticulously chosen by an expert team.
The Temple of Artemis and the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, built-in Anatolia and considered among the seven wonders of the world in ancient times, are also exhibited in the region.
Everything at Miniatürk is so faithful to its original form that you feel like you have traveled the whole country at once, from east to west, from north to south. Of course, it is not the same as seeing original works, but when you see miniatures, it is a pleasure to watch those unique structures from this perspective, let alone the longing to see the originals.
Miniaturk Audio Guide
Miniatürk also provides an Audio Guide Mobile Application service related to the works. You can listen to the Miniatürk Mobile application by downloading it to your mobile phone from the Apple Store or Google Play. Miniatürk application, where travel routes are determined, models of all works in Miniatürk are located in Turkey, and location information can be seen, and can also be listened to in 9 language options: Turkish, English, French, German, Russian, Arabic, Persian, Japanese and Spanish.
The total area of Miniatürk is 60,000 square meters. In addition to the 15,000 square meter area where the models are located, there is a parking lot, restaurant, cafe, gift shop, open-air show area, children's playground, ferry, control boat, sightseeing train, and fairy tale tree. 4 adults in the Mini Stadium, a parking lot for 300 cars, chess, labyrinth area, Reverse House and Istanbul-Turkey simulation helicopter tour, everything necessary for visitors to have a good time and learn while having fun has been thought of at Miniatürk.
Taking its power and beauty from the 3000-year-old civilizations behind it, Miniaturk is not only a pleasant sightseeing park but also a cultural and social responsibility project. Young generations will discover how much of a deep-rooted civilization they are fed in Miniatürk.
Miniatürk, one of the first addresses of local and foreign tourists in their Istanbul tours, is also an ideal place for those who want to make a magnificent Turkey tour in a short time, in short: Turkey's Showcase!