Today, it is used as the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art and took its name from Damat Ibrahim Pasha, the second vizier of Suleyman the Magnificent. This historical palace, where you can see many beautiful examples of Turkish and Islamic Art, is the first Turkish museum in this area.
Pargali Damat Ibrahim Pasha Palace Informations
Ibrahim Pasha, a fisher boy in a small town, is an eulogy of the Ottomans brought to the palace during the expedition. With his intelligence, he rose to the rank of grand vizier in the Ottoman state.
Ibrahim Pasha, who succumbed to his passion in years, falls out of the eyes of the Sultan and is slaughtered. His body was secretly removed from the palace after he was killed.
A pavilion, a treasure room, a cellar, a bathhouse, a mausoleum, a tower and a pond, a divanhane, and a lot of chambers, along with many sections, were built in a very short time by Mimar Sinan.
The current function of the palace is the Museum of Turkish Islamic Art. Sultan Ahmed is located in the square.
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