Ihlamur Pavilion – Istanbul
The 19th-century Ihlamur Pavilion is named for the linden trees that grow in its gardens. Now in the heart of metropolitan Istanbul, when it was originally constructed, the pavilion lay in the rolling countryside that surrounded the city. The Merasim Pavilion was used for official ceremonies while the Maiyet Pavilion sheltered the sultan’s entourage and, on occasions, his harem on their excursions out of the palace confines.
Ihlamur Pavilion Address
Ihlamur Yolu – Besiktas, Istanbul.
Tel: (0212) 259 50 86
Open every day except Monday and Thursday.