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Kucuksu Palace is a former summer pavilion turned into a museum, situated in the Beykoz district of Istanbul, Turkey. Visited for its architecture and artefacts, the palace was constructed under Sultan Abd-ul-Mejid’s reign and was used by the Ottoman Sultans for short stays. The palace was built in the new-baroque style and has 2 main floors and 1 basement.
Around the structure is a garden that is surrounded by cast-iron railings on all four sides and a gate on each side. The main floors feature the layout of a traditional Turkish house since they each have four rooms around a central hallway. Displayed around the rooms and halls are several paintings and works of art. There are 2 fireplaces in the waterfront rooms and only one in the others, made from Italian marble. Other notable features of the rooms include crystal chandeliers from Bohemia as well as carpets, furniture upholstery and curtains woven in Hereke. The basement, on the other hand, was used for the kitchen, larder, cellar and servant quarters.
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