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Panorama 1453 is a historical museum with a 3D representation of the events that took place in Constantinople (now Istanbul) in 1453, when the Ottoman Sultan “Mehmed II” broke through the Byzantine walls and conquered Constantinople. As soon as you enter the museum, you will be transported to a different world and time through the special effects that will allow you to travel through time. The images are accompanied by music adapted to these events: sounds of guns and horses, chatter and cheers of soldiers. Sounds paired with special light effects create the impression of being at the site on May 29, 1453. Many visitors report very realistic feelings and experience.

The entire two-storey building of the museum is dedicated to the Panorama and has an adjacent outdoor park with a children’s recreation area.

This museum is also changing the way we experience and understand history. An experience not to be missed!

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