Coordinate: 41º04’44.80’’K 29º03’55.52’’D Height: 1 m
Küçüksu Palace located near Anatolian Castle was built by Nigoğayos Balyan in request of Abdülmecit in 1856 and 1857, where there was a wooden kiosk built in Mahmut I (1730-1754) period. Two stories were built on a cellar, and façade has a very vibrant view in baroque-rococo style.
Cellar was allocated to pantry and kitchen servants, upper floors were designed with four corner rooms opening to hall. There is no bedroom because it was used for recreational and hunting purposes. Table in the second floor, which is climbed up by baroque style stairs, was made by Abdülhamid II during his prince period. Carpet on the floor, is a Persian Carpet with various animals figures.
Küçüksu Palace reflects last period of the Ottoman delight with valuable items and decorations. It can be visited every day except Mondays and Thursdays between 09:30 and 17:00 (16:00 in winter season).