Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum

The former palace of Ibrahim Pasha, grand vizier of Sultan Suleyman, houses the Museum of Turkish and Islamic art. The palace has a beautiful view of the racetrack and thanks to Byzantine lovers of this sport found its lovers of Istanbul just like the modern Turks did with soccer. The museum has a large collection of carpets brought from all over the country. On the other hand, the artifacts on display date from the 13th and 14th century and all the way to 19th century.