Chocolate Museum Istanbul Turkey Photos will make You Excited to See it
Pelit, a Turkish chocolatier, has opened its doors to an unusual museum displaying world famous Islamic art and architectural structures from Turkey and around the world in which all the structures are made from chocolate. The museum takes visitors on a sweet journey from Galata Tower to Sultan Ahmet Mosque, from Maiden’s Tower to Bosphorus Bridge and many structures that represents Istanbul.
Chocolate Museum Istanbul Turkey Photos :
Istanbul has a chocolate museum and it is the only one Turkey. Located next to the Pelit Chocolate Factory, Pelit Chocolate Museum is one of the most popular museums in Istanbul despite of its far location, Esenyurt.
The museum opened its doors in 2013 and takes you on an adventure starting with the history of chocolate-making. Make sure to see the hundreds of objects made from chocolate including Hagia Sophia, Galata Tower, Leander’s Tower, and even a chocolate village!
In addition, there is a small chocolate workshop for children. It is believed that more than three tons of chocolate were used in making of the museum and do not miss this unique museum that is not only for children, but also for adults!
Photos Curtesy: YENISAFAK
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