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This is way off the beaten track, but so worth a visit. Built as a palace for the bey of Beyazit provinnce in the late 17th-early 18th centuries, it has many elements of Persian and Western European design. It is richly decorated both internally and...More
One of the reason we passed by Dogubeyazit is to see the Ishak Pasha Palace. On our second morning we went to the town's bus terminal (where we arrived the day before) and came looking for the public minibus. There are taxis and agents who...More
A private guide we used Van suggested Ishak Pasa Palace as something that "Once you see will know that you would kick yourself if you had not visited."
This relatively modern palace is in a good state of repair with a spectacular mountain location. There...More
As the other reviewer says, this is a real highlight of eastern Turkey. It was also undergoing restoration when I was there (June 09) - they were building a roof over it. Over-restoration is my opinion. One thing worth noting is that you cannot see...More
This palace is a 3 YTL Dolmus ride above DOGUBAYAZIT in Turkey. It is a heavily restored (still at it) building in a beautiful place just above the town (about 5 or 6 km). It was apparently built by a local Kurdish leader. the town...More