This fort is located in kucuksu at the Asian side of Istanbul. It was built to guard the Busphorus . Facing it on the European side is the Rumeli fortress which looks of the same design.
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I think there's a mistake in marking the location on the map because when I tap on the location it takes me far away from the Bosphorus, is it true or am I missing out something?I'm just trying to plan my trip to Istanbul in...More
Its like a tween fortress,from both sides of the see,its interesting during the night with the lights,and its amazing to look,from a boat
Anadolu Hisari or Anatolian Fortress in English is very historical and important structure at Asia side of Istanbul in Turkey. it was built by Yildirim Beyazid who was the Sultan of the Ottomom Empire at 14.century for protection and watching to Bosphorus any attack from...More
The fortress was build around 1400 and was a symbol of the power of the Ottoman Empire. It is flanked by another fortress on the other side of the Straits and would have helped the Ottomans control access to the Black Sea. Today, it is...More
It is a small castle and nothing to see when you go there. It is beautiful from a distance. You can enjoy this little castle when you have a bosphorus boat tour.
Anadoluhisarı,Anatolian Castle is a fortress in İstanbul,Turkey on Anatolian side (Asian) of the Bosphorus which also gives its name to the quarter around it.Anadoluhisarı is an old historical Museum but not open to the public.However,the view from the sea if you are touring by boat...More
If you want to have a breakfast by the Bosphorus, Anadolu Hisari are is a suitable destination. Have your breakfast at Sabanci Ogretmenevi or Big Chefs. The other smaller cafes (especially the ones around Göksu creek) serve too less for too much money. Don't forget...More