Ihlamur Palace, which was built centuries ago and was the subject of poems with the beauty of linden and plane trees, was imaged by FPV drone.
Ihlamur Pavilion, built between 1849-1855 during the reign of Sultan Abdülmecid and used as a resting, riding and hunting pavilion, has preserved its splendour for centuries.
It is known that the sultans hosted foreign statesmen, poets, writers and various artists in the pavilion.
The pavilion, which attracts attention with its architecture and natural beauty, is also an example of the Baroque and Ampir ornamentation tradition, which was effective in the Ottoman period, especially after the Tulip Period.
Anadolu Agency team filmed the exterior, interior and garden of Ihlamur Pavilion with an FPV drone.
In the images recorded by the drone starting from the garden of the pavilion, there were two separate structures, pools and magnificent stairs in the 24 thousand 724 square metre promenade area.
The reliefs on the walls inside the pavilion, furniture in various colours, tall windows and lighting were also recorded by the FPV drone.