Beyazit Tower
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Beyazit Tower

Tower in Istanbul, Turkey

Beyazıt Tower, also named Seraskier Tower, from the name of the Ottoman ministry of War, is an 85-metre-tall (279 ft) fire-watch tower located in the courtyard of Istanbul University's main campus (formerly Ottoman Ministry of War) on Beyazıt Square (known as the Forum Tauri in the Roman period) in Istanbul, Turkey, on top of one of the "seven hills" which Constantine the Great had built the city, following the model of Rome.


Kemal Paşa Mahallesi, Yeşil Tulumba Sk. No:14, 34134 Fatih/İstanbul


Tram: T1 (Beyazit Grand Baazar Station) Bus: Most buses from almost all over Istanbul's European Side use Beyazit Square as the last stop.

Phone Number

+90 (212) 440 00 00


Working Hours

You can visit by appointment. (Istanbul University Press and Public Relations Directorate for Appointment)



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