Ishak Pasha Palace
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Brun066
Oleh Brun066
A "unicum" which the attentive spectator cannot help but be fascinated by.
5,0 dari 5 lingkaranAgu 2023
We visited this palace in a late afternoon in August, when the grazing light highlighted its forms, and the crowd was not excessive; so it has been a very pleasant experience. The palace, splendid in its organization and decorative solutions, is also very large (it has been compared to a small Topkapi), so deciphering its various parts and their functions has been not very simple. After having carried out the visit, I then searched for documentation produced by the scholars of the palace, and on the web I found a paper by the architect. B. Yildirim, from the Istanbul Technical University, useful for understanding especially what concerns the organization of the various parts of the palace, and the "philosophy" of such organization. The sources agree that this palace was officially finished in 1784. But it is not always underlined that it had been begun a century earlier, in 1685; therefore the events of the construction are complex, and involve different rulers and different architects. Furthermore, for an even longer period of time than a century starting from its construction - that is, at least from 1828, the date of the first Russian occupation, until 1937, when its function as a shelter for military cavalry ceased, the palace has suffered looting or at best has been neglected. Friends of mine who passed through here as early as 1968 saw it as still imposing but ruined. As for the location of the palace in the architectural culture of the time: it's summarized in the "tentative list" of UNESCO's Wold Heritage, that the palace, with regard to its construction details "is not at all in the Ottoman tradition but is rather a mixture of Anatolian, Iranian and North Mesopotamian architectural tradition”. And this feature is explained by its "frontier" location, subject to complex exchanges with other cultures. On the other hand, since Ishak Pasha (i.e. the leader who completed the construction and left his name to it) was an Istanbul gentlemen with a good knowledge of Ottoman princely palaces, it's to be expected that "the traditional model used in the construction of the Royal Palaces in the capital cities like Bursa, Edirne and Istanbul was taken as an example in the design”. Therefore this palace stands out, not only for its grandeur, but also for its balance between the organization of the space according to the great models of the Ottoman royal palaces, and the fascinatingly eclectic architectural creation, the result of fruitful cultural exchanges. So it appears to be a "unicum" that the common visitor may not be able to fully decipher; but if he is attentive, he cannot help but be fascinated by him.

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Brun066
Florence, Italia12.802 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Agu 2023 • Teman
We visited this palace in a late afternoon in August, when the grazing light highlighted its forms, and the crowd was not excessive; so it has been a very pleasant experience.
The palace, splendid in its organization and decorative solutions, is also very large (it has been compared to a small Topkapi), so deciphering its various parts and their functions has been not very simple. After having carried out the visit, I then searched for documentation produced by the scholars of the palace, and on the web I found a paper by the architect. B. Yildirim, from the Istanbul Technical University, useful for understanding especially what concerns the organization of the various parts of the palace, and the "philosophy" of such organization.
The sources agree that this palace was officially finished in 1784. But it is not always underlined that it had been begun a century earlier, in 1685; therefore the events of the construction are complex, and involve different rulers and different architects.
Furthermore, for an even longer period of time than a century starting from its construction - that is, at least from 1828, the date of the first Russian occupation, until 1937, when its function as a shelter for military cavalry ceased, the palace has suffered looting or at best has been neglected. Friends of mine who passed through here as early as 1968 saw it as still imposing but ruined.
As for the location of the palace in the architectural culture of the time: it's summarized in the "tentative list" of UNESCO's Wold Heritage, that the palace, with regard to its construction details "is not at all in the Ottoman tradition but is rather a mixture of Anatolian, Iranian and North Mesopotamian architectural tradition”. And this feature is explained by its "frontier" location, subject to complex exchanges with other cultures. On the other hand, since Ishak Pasha (i.e. the leader who completed the construction and left his name to it) was an Istanbul gentlemen with a good knowledge of Ottoman princely palaces, it's to be expected that "the traditional model used in the construction of the Royal Palaces in the capital cities like Bursa, Edirne and Istanbul was taken as an example in the design”.
Therefore this palace stands out, not only for its grandeur, but also for its balance between the organization of the space according to the great models of the Ottoman royal palaces, and the fascinatingly eclectic architectural creation, the result of fruitful cultural exchanges. So it appears to be a "unicum" that the common visitor may not be able to fully decipher; but if he is attentive, he cannot help but be fascinated by him.
Ditulis pada 17 Oktober 2023
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Andrew M
Welwyn, UK371 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mei 2022
This old Palace has many well preserved areas and has excellent information boards in Turkish and English. Lots of interest and spectacular scenery
Ditulis pada 16 Juni 2022
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Igryg
Odesa, Ukraina23 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Agu 2020 • Teman
It's one of few historical attractions in Dogubyazit. I felt here the ancient atmosphere and examined beautiful ornaments. From the palace you can enjoy excellent view of Dogubyazit valley.
Ditulis pada 28 Oktober 2020
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wisnu315
Karangasem, Indonesia999 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Okt 2020 • Pasangan
Very nice palace with beautiful surrounding view not far from Dogubeyazit is a must when visiting the city. Take time to visit each room and imagine what the life was on that era.
Ditulis pada 4 Oktober 2020
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Guven D
117 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Nov 2019
When you visit the east side of Turkey then you have to visit the palace too.
The palace is outside on the hill of the city and on the back of the palace you can see the mountain Ararat.
The palace beautiful don't miss it.
Ditulis pada 13 Agustus 2020
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Songul K
London, UK55 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Jan 2020 • Keluarga
Must see for sure. We stopped here while we travelled from van to kars since it’s also an important place to see. No regrets!
Ditulis pada 6 Maret 2020
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Bruce H
Antalya, Turki191 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Feb 2020
A partially restored palace. It provides a glimpse at what life was like. The views from the palace windows is worth the visit.
Ditulis pada 20 Februari 2020
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Greg F
Auckland Tengah, Selandia Baru997 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Feb 2019
The Ishak Pasha Palace is one of the top destination in Eastern Turkey. A short 20 minute drive up from Dogubeyazit gets you to the palace. Several taxis will get you there. Being winter, there was no public transport and it was too cold to walk. On the way back we asked the security guard to call a taxi for us.
The palace itself is stunning, on the cliff overlooking the town of Dogubeyazit and the surrounding mountains. I think it would be one of the most picturesque sites in Turkey if it was more easily accessible. The remote location adds to its charm and allure.
The interiors and the courtyard are still in good condition with intricate details on the gateway.
Entrance fee is 5TL or free if you have you Turkey Museum Pass.
If you're in Eastern Turkey or passing through, this site cannot be missed.
Ditulis pada 23 Januari 2020
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eagle2bh
Manama, Bahrain20 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Okt 2019 • Pasangan
the palace is over locking the city at the top of one of the Mountains .. the grate Architecture and well maintained I encourage tourists not to miss it..
Unfortunately The roads in city and the road for the palace in catastrophic conditions.
Ditulis pada 15 Oktober 2019
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Helena B
Cape Town Central, Afrika Selatan425 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mei 2019 • Teman
This beautiful palace is an absolute jewel to visit. The structure is well preserved inside and outside and the setting on top of the hill overlooking the plain and surrounding mountains is wonderful. From some of the windows you can see Mount Ararat. The palace is big inside but easy to walk and the information about each room and area is also in English. In areas where the original roof is damaged or open it is covered in glass so rainy weather will not effect your visit. The palace is about 5km from Dogubayazit and we took a minibus from the terminal in town. Very easy to get there and back without your own transport. Give yourself at least an hour to visit, but I would recommend 2 hours.This place was one of the highlights of my travels in Eastern Turkey.
Ditulis pada 13 Juni 2019
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