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We list in this section THE BEST and MORE PRESTIGIOUS STORES and SHOPPING CENTERS in town.
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Published: August  20, 2014

A La Turca

A La Turca is a chic and sophisticated antique store located in «ukurcuma. Housed in a multi-storied building, this dimly-lit store features an exclusive collection of antique carpets and kilims from Anatolia, suzanis, Ottoman embroidery textiles, kaftans and pillows, pottery, ceramics, frames, pieces of furniture, accessories, and more. The store is owned by Erkal Aksoy who opened A La Turca out of love and appreciation for antiques. Thatís probably why the store feels more like a home and the customers feel more like guests of Mr. Aksoy. The store is usually visited by its regulars and people who hear of the store through word-of-mouth. A La Turca is often witness to long conversations over a glass of cherry liqueur, so it may be better to call in advance if youíre up for serious antique-hunting.

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Address :

Faik Paşa Yokuşu No. 4, «ukurcuma Beyoğlu, Istanbul

Phone :

+90 212 245 2933

Schedule :

Monday - Saturday: 10:30 am - 8:00 pm

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A La Turca »
Published: August  20, 2014

A La Turca

A La Turca is a chic and sophisticated antique store located in «ukurcuma. Housed in a multi-storied building, this dimly-lit store features an exclusive collection of antique carpets and kilims from Anatolia, suzanis, Ottoman embroidery textiles, kaftans and pillows, pottery, ceramics, frames, pieces of furniture, accessories, and more. The store is owned by Erkal Aksoy who opened A La Turca out of love and appreciation for antiques. Thatís probably why the store feels more like a home and the customers feel more like guests of Mr. Aksoy. The store is usually visited by its regulars and people who hear of the store through word-of-mouth. A La Turca is often witness to long conversations over a glass of cherry liqueur, so it may be better to call in advance if youíre up for serious antique-hunting.