Istanbul has a rich architectural history dating back thousands of years, with influences from various civilizations such as the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans. In the 20th century, Istanbul experienced rapid modernization and urbanization, resulting in the emergence of new architectural styles such as Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Modernism. In the 20th century, Istanbul experienced rapid modernization and urbanization, resulting in the emergence of new architectural styles such as Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Modernism. In this model, the Trump Tower , Dolmabahçe Palace, Galata Tower from the European side and from the Asian side, Haydarpaşa Railway Station, Maiden's Tower, Çamlıca TV Tower, from the Asian side, and the 15th of July Martyrs Bridge connecting two continents were modeled.
Trump Tower was chosen because it reflects the interesting architecture of the building where the LEGO Office is located.
The Galata Tower is a medieval stone tower in Istanbul, originally built by the Genoese in 1348.
Dolmabahçe Palace is a stunning 19th-century Ottoman palace in Istanbul, built in a mixture of Baroque, Rococo, and Neoclassical styles.
The Maiden's Tower is a small tower on a tiny islet in the Bosphorus Strait, which has served various purposes throughout its history, including a lighthouse, a customs station, and a quarantine station.
The 15th of July Martyrs Bridge, also known as the Bosphorus Bridge, is an iconic suspension bridge in Istanbul that spans the Bosphorus Strait, connecting the European and Asian sides of the city.
Istanbul's ferries, known as vapur in Turkish, are an iconic mode of transportation that operate on the Bosphorus Strait and the Sea of Marmara, providing scenic and affordable transportation options for commuters and tourists alike.
Haydarpaşa Railway Station is a historic railway station located on the Asian side of Istanbul, which served as the main terminal for the Istanbul-Baghdad and Istanbul-Damascus-Medina railway lines during the Ottoman era.
The Çamlıca TV Tower is a modern telecommunications tower in Istanbul that stands on Çamlıca Hill, offering panoramic views of the city and serving as a broadcasting hub for television and radio channels.
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