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Things to do in Princes' Islands

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Aya Yorgi Church (Buyukada)
Ranked #1 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Religious Sites
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Adalar Museum (Buyukada)
Ranked #2 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Museums
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Ranked #3 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Islands
Owner description: This island off the coast of Istanbul is part of the Princes Islands group and was the home of famed Turkish writer Sait Faik... more » Owner description: This island off the coast of Istanbul is part of the Princes Islands group and was the home of famed Turkish writer Sait Faik who died in 1954. « less
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Ranked #4 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites
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Ranked #5 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Islands
One of the inhabited Princes' Islands where cars are not allowed and Istanbul residents maintain their summer homes.
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Ranked #6 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Equestrian Trails
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Ada Beach Club (Heybeliada)
Ranked #7 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Bar/ Clubs
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Nakibey Plaj (Buyukada)
Ranked #8 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #9 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Museums
Inonu Evi Muzesi (Heybeliada)
Ranked #10 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Museums
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Eskibag plaji (Buyukada)
Ranked #11 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Category: Beaches
Ranked #12 of 14 attractions in Princes' Islands
Owner description: The seminary is located on the site of the Monastery of the Holy Trinity, founded by Patriarch Photius I almost a thousand... more » Owner description: The seminary is located on the site of the Monastery of the Holy Trinity, founded by Patriarch Photius I almost a thousand years before the foundation of the theological school. In 1844, Patriarch Germanos IV converted the monastery into a school of theology, which was inaugurated on 1 October 1844. The facilities include the Chapel of the Holy Trinity, dormitories and the school's library. « less
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Alman Koyu (Heybeliada)
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Category: Beaches
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