"The Ishak Pasha Palace [ a UNESCO World Heritage Site] is an Ottoman-period palace whose construction was started in 1685 by Colak Abdi Pasha, the bey of Beyazit province, continued by his son İshak Pasha and completed by his grandson Mehmet Pasha. According to the inscription on its door, the Harem Section of the palace was completed by his grandson Ishak (Isaac) Pasha in 1784." -- Wikipedia
This fountain, on your right when you enter the first courtyard, is labeled "Water and Milk Fountain." Was it really a milk fountain?
A detail of the fountain arch
Entrance to the inner courtyard
When you enter the inner courtyard, you stand in front of this ornate entrance to the administrative complex.
These windows are on your right.
Entrance to the Tomb of Ishak Pasha and some of his descendants in the inner courtyard
Stairway into the tomb
Doorway in the inner courtyard
Detail of the decorative work above the door
A room in the administrative complex
A wall of windows lighhting an interior space
The wooden equivalent of a gargoyle.
A passageway into the mosque
Our guide, Nurdan, in the pulpit
Irene in the pulpit
Ornate doorway and many of its details
An interior window and detail
The Turkish bath in the harem
The mosque as seen from the inner courtyard
A parting view of the palace taken on the drive downhill