Maslak Kasri is 34 km (21 mile) far to Istanbul centurum. Maslak Kiosk was the sultan’s hunting lodge and a resting place in todays Maslak neighborhood in the new part of Istanbul. The pavilion is a combination of several kiosks built during the reign of Sultan Abdulaziz in the mid-19th century. Kiosks which are survived until our days are; Kasr-i Humayun (imperial kiosk), Mabeyn-i Humayun (imperial court), Limonluk (lemon mansion), Cadir (tent), and Pasalar (generals). The imperial kiosk has the bedroom and working room of Sultan Abdulhamit II. The complex was opened as a museum in 1986 and one of the pavilions now serves as a cafeteria.

Open daily between 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. except Mondays & Thursdays (Nowadays closed for restorations!).

Address: Maslak – Sarıyer – Istanbul
Phone: +90.212. 276 10 22
Admission: 5 TL

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