Naval Museum is 23 km (14 mile) far to Istanbul centurum. The museum was opened to public m 1960. It displays the uniforms of the Turkish sailors, models of Turkish naval vessels, and paintings, engravings and maps related to Turkish maritime history. Also the materials and souvenirs from the vessels used in the first years of Ottoman Empire and the Republic, pictures of some navy disasters and martyrs, wartime weapons such as hand-bombs, torpedo, fire gun and sketches of several fleet commanders are amongst the display. Sultans’ row-boats (Saltanat Kayigi in Turkish) are on display on its lower floor. In the courtyard of the museum, cannonballs of various sizes and a part of German Battleship which sunk in our coastline during Second World War are also displayed.

Open daily between 09:00-17:00 except Mondays and Tuesdays.
Address: Sinan P aşa Mah.,Hayrettin Iskelesi Sokak, Besiktas – Istanbul
Phone: +90.212.327 43 45 and 46
Admission: 4 TL

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