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Haidar Pasha is a suburb of Istanbul between Scutari (Uskudar) and Kadikoy on the Asiatic side of the Bosphoros. The cemetery is on high ground behind the Haidar Pasha pier head and railway station. Exit the ferry port and turn right.Follow the road...more
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GATA Haydarpasha Military Hospital | Uskudar, Istanbul 34668, Turkey
On the Asian side of Istanbul, a bit hidden is this historical cemetery remembering the fallen of the Crimean war but also with graves of various foreign nationals. Interesting to walk around, read inscriptions in various languages and imagine the fates of various deceived.
I was born at gata istanbul in 1961. I lived most of life at Istanbul but till to now, never been there or see before any more either Obelisk or cemetery. Histirical Cemetery based on Ottaman,French and British coalition forces at Crimian war against Russia...More
It has got a very interesting vibe to it. Very peaceful and contains great structures. If interested about war or if you are a Brit go for it. Also, there is a small hidden structure for praying that has pillars, where you can take great...More
Haidar Pasha is a suburb of Istanbul between Scutari (Uskudar) and Kadikoy on the Asiatic side of the Bosphoros. The cemetery is on high ground behind the Haidar Pasha pier head and railway station. Exit the ferry port and turn right.Follow the road for 1.2...More
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Home to more than half a million residents, Uskudar on the Asian side of the Bosphorus is one of Istanbul’s most densely populated neighbourhoods. Once a Greek colony, later a haven for people from across the Mediterranean and the Middle East, this gateway to Asia has been an active and diverse hub for eons. Still, visitors to Uskudar are often more overcome by its myriad treasures than by its many thousand
residents. And with fairytale settings such as the “Maiden’s Tower” as well as grand examples of Ottoman Era architecture, plenty of parks, a gorgeous and lengthy coastline, and some of Turkey’s holiest sites, there’s no end to the sightseeing possibilities. Easily reached from the city’s European shores via a steady network of ferries, time spent in Uskudar reveals a “real life” Istanbul that many who experience find extremely fascinating.