Ishak Pasha Palace
The Ishak Pasha Palace was originally an Ottoman palace that followed all of the design choices such as arched windows and doors. The build also includes a minaret and a few sets of domes. Constructed in 1685 built until 1784 it was passed on to his successor who completed the project.
The whole build contained many rooms including ones that would have been rare, including rooms such as central heating system and dungeons. However, ceremony and comforts were not forgotten as the building also had; a mosque, Harem, men’s quarter, bakery, and a Hall of ceremonies and entertainment.