Spice Bazaar in Istanbul, one of Turkey's most important market and is located in a historic building of new mosque complex. Today, not only spices and medicines, but also jewelers and souvenir shops operate in the bazaar. There are a total of six entrance doors from the Spice Bazaar, which has an L-shaped plan.
The mosque, also known as the Valide Sultan Mosque, is the mosque that was completed in the longest period in the Ottoman Period. The New Mosque dazzles with its elegant architecture and has a large courtyard. The interior of the mosque is decorated with turquoise, blue and white motifs and Iznik tiles. The building, which attracts attention with its early Ottoman architecture, includes a courtyard, hospital, madrasah and Turkish bath.
Gülhane Park, which is one of the important cultural riches of Istanbul that marked the last years of the Ottoman period, is also known as Sarayburnu Park among the people. It was turned into a park in 1912.
Gülhane Park was one of Topkapı Palace's Has Garden and this garden was full of various flowers. Gülhane Park, which has witnessed many important events in history, also remains in the memory as the place where the edict of Tanzimat is read. In the park where many events took place in the historical process, Sultan Abdülmecit taught the Reform Edict known as Gülhane Hatt-ı Şerifi here. It is known that the Atatürk statue was erected here for the first time in 1926. Another important historical event is; This is the place where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk introduced the Latin letters in Gülhane Park on 24 November 1928 and taught his first lesson.