The old city of Istanbul is the "Sultan Ahmed" area. Many tourists have never left this area when they come to Istanbul because it is the "Old City of Istanbul" which is a World Heritage Site assessed by the United Nations. There are most famous scenic spots in this city, such as St. Sofia Cathedral, Blue Mosque, the Old Palace of Topkap, Grand Bazaar and so on.
Sultan Ahmad Square, formerly Constantine Racecourse, is next to the Blue Mosque. It used to be the battle car arena and social center of Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire. It is now the open-air museum of Istanbul, the center of history, culture and tourism.
The most famous building in the Ahmad District of Sudan is the Hermite Square. The mottled marks on every building in the Ahmad Square of Sudan witness a period of history. After listening to the explanations, one can not help but think about the characters and stories at that time.
In 1985, UNESCO listed the Istanbul Cultural Area (mainly on the European side of Istanbul) as a World Heritage Site, the most important of which is the Ahmed District of Sudan today, where the famous blue mosque, St. Sofia Cathedral, underground water palace, Topkapa Palace and other historical buildings are concentrated.
Ahmed District of Sudan is the old city of Istanbul, which has many world cultural heritage sites. The attractions are very concentrated, such as the Underground Water Palace, Blue Mosque, St. Sofia Church, the Old Palace, Grand Bazaar and so on. Visitors like knitting are very lively.
Blue mosques, churches, palaces and underground water palaces are all here. It has a long history and is very interesting. Walking can reach many places and is also safe. Take some time to look at everyday life, and you will find that there is such a different life.