Island Pavilion

Located on an island on the artificial pond in the second court, called Inner Garden (Has Bahçe), the Island Pavilion was constructed by the architect Raimondo D’Aronco in Art-Nouveau style.

The entrance of the plain-looking pavilion was in the rear of the building. All sides of the island are visible from inside the building. The small-angle roof projects outward, forming short eaves.

The one-story wooden pavilion housed rare birds and fish.

It is located in the 2nd Court.

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