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The palace is incredibly huge, with views over Dogubeyazit. While I appreciate the need to keep old sites restored and in good condition, I would say Ishak Pasha is a bit too restored if you know what I mean. Nonetheless, totally worth seeing and feels...More
This is one of the most interesting palace for me to visit. It is located at highland almost 200 meter above the city called Dogubeyazit. The location of Ishakpasha palace is 2600 meter above the sea. The palace looks like a balcony at the mountain...More
The palace is grandeur with view towards Dogubeyazit and maintained very well. It wasn't easy journey (from Kars) to reach the palace. In April 2018, generally it was closed every Monday but I was lucky enough because the Monday I went, it was open in...More
The location of the building contributes much to its grandeur . It looms in the distance high up, lonely , inviting you to explore its interior . Amazing view , amazing architecture , amazing llocation.
It is a really good place to visit. You can feel the smell of history here. It is built in the 11th century. It is surrounded by hells from 3 sides. Heating where done by circulating hoot water on tunnels. One of napoleon's spys where...More
Beautifully located and constructed 17th century Ottoman Palace. Mount Ararat to the north, Iran to the east. A Seljuk fortress ruin in the river valley adjoining. You know you are at a crossroad of history. Well worth a visit. Two restaurants overlooking which were ok...More