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Anatolian Fortress-Anadolu Hisarı

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Anadoluhisari

Anatolian Fortress

A 14th century relic of the Ottoman Empire’s first attempt to conquer Istanbul, Anatolian Fortress is located on the Asian shore of Istanbul at the narrowest point of the Bosphorus strait. The Sultan Yildirim Bayezit built this fortress in 1393 on the ruins of a Byzantine temple dedicated to Zeus. It’s much smaller in size when you compare with Rumelihisari fortress lying on the European side, just on the opposite. Today, Anadoluhisari is an open air museum with nothing much to see apart its walls and old wooden houses around it.

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