About the Huge "Mini-Turkey," with Smaller Models of Turkey and IstanbulMiniatürk on the north-east coast of the Golden Horn in Istanbul, is the largest miniature city in the world. As expected, a variety of miniature models of Turkey's main attractions, both present and past, are presented here.
In fact, it is a miniaturized park spread over a vast area of 60,000 meters. The exhibits you see here are on a scale of 1:25. Viewing area in the park takes up a quarter of the place (about 15,000 meters), in thinking for the future, the park left a lot of room for building additional exhibits.
This impressive miniature park features 105 models of central buildings and places in Istanbul and throughout Turkey. Next to them are quite a few models from areas that are now outside Turkey, but were previously included in the Ottoman Empire.
It's very interesting to see the historical exhibits for buildings that no longer exist, in the past stood here and some even included in the Seven Wonders of the World. Among them you will find the mausoleum of the Lycarnesus, today in the Bodrum region of Turkey and the temple of Artemis in Greek Ephesus, is the Turkish Epsis of our day.
TipsIn the park there is a train that runs between the exhibits.
Young children can play at the playground facilities and in the children's maze.