Caricature Museum is 11 km (6 mile) far to Istanbul centurum. This museum was opened in 1975 in Tepebasi by the Istanbul Municipality through the efforts of the Caricaturists Association, then temporarily closed down in 1980 as the building where it was housed was torn down and later re-opened in its new site in Fatih district.

The Gazanfer Aga complex, which consists of an Ottoman medrese, a shrine and a fountain in Sarachanebasi, was restored for use as the new structure. Re-opened in 1989, the museum contains a rich collection of satirical works, written or drawn, and the exhibits are frequently changed.

Open daily between 10.00-18.00
Ataturk Bulvari, Kovacilar Sokak No:12, Fatih
Tel: (212) 521 12 64 or 249 95 65

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