In the second half of the 16th century, III. Murat’s Rumeli Beylerbeyi Mehmet Pasha, where he built a yacht. Beylerbeyi’s name also stands here. In the later periods, the space that participated in the Sultan’s lands; In the first quarter of the 19th century, a wooden palace was built by II Mahmut. This palace is burned and replaced by the present-day Beylerbeyi Palace, the famous architect of the time Sarkis Balyan and his brother, for Abdulaziz. Completed in 1865, the palace is the palace of the Sultan’s family. Beylerbeyi Palace is a palace of the Sultan’s summer house, as well as a place hosted by foreign guests.
The Garden of the Palace is decorated with trees, sculptures and pools. On the inside of the palace, a hall with pool, salute, harem and the flagship hall are striking. Also; Valide sultan room, dining room, reception room and blue hall are worth seeing in the interior. The palace has a total of 26 rooms and 6 rooms. Marble Pavilion and Yellow Pavilion in the garden of the palace II. It is said to have been built by Mahmut. The Yellow Pavilion was restored in the time of Abdulaziz. If there is a barn mansion on the side of the Bahçenin bridge; It was built for the Sultan’s horses.
After Abdulhamid was demoted, he was kept in custody in this Palace until 1918, when he died. Palace; During the Republican era, Atatürk also welcomes his guests. Today, the historical building converted into a museum is one of the most popular architects of the Anatolian side.