As Istanbul is one of the best cities considered as the capital of culture and art, the
fountains and cisterns in Istanbul
Below are the popular and best fountains and cisterns in Istanbul.
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The Yerebatan Basilica is one of the most popular tourist spots in Istanbul. The Yerebatan basilica was built in the 6th century as an underground cistern across Hagia Sophia, in the historical peninsula.
The Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III is a baroque style fountain that was built in 1728 and it is one of the most beautiful ones in Istanbul.
The German Fountain, also known as Alman Cesmesi or the Fountain of Kaiser Wilhelm II is located between the Hippodrome and the Blue Mosque in the historical peninsula.
The Tophane Fountain is a beautiful baroque style one located between Kilic Ali Pasa and Nusretiye Mosques in Tophane and it was built in 1732 by Sultan Mahmut I.
Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III in Üsküdar
Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III in Uskudar was built in 1728. It is located across the Uskudar Port. The fountain has great architecture and has poems on its four side that belongs to Sultan Ahmet III.