The five-storey Ottoman saat kulesi (clock tower) near the harbour was built in 1897. It was paid for by an Italian consul and Çanakkale merchant who left 100,000 gold francs in his will for this purpose.
This 19th-century church in the old Greek neighbourhood to the west of the fortress is one of only two remaining Greek Orthodox churches on the island (there were originally over 30). Its distinctive bell tower was built in 1865
The town and region of Sile is part of the Istanbul Province, however, in stark contrast, it has maintained a more traditional lively hood. The region is famous for its beaches that sit on the black sea coast, with rolling green hills and
Amethyst Hotel who takes its name from the Amethyst Stones relaxing and pampering qualities is a pioneer of a new concept of accommodation in Istanbul Laleli with its central location, unique architecture that combines the past with the