Visiting The Holy Relics of Prophet Muhammad ( Pbuh ) in Istanbul

Visiting The Holy Relics of Prophet Muhammad ( Pbuh ) in Istanbul

Visiting The Holy Relics of  Prophet Muhammad ( Pbuh ) in Istanbul

Visiting The Holy Relics of Prophet Muhammad ( Pbuh ) in Istanbul

You may visit the the Holy Relics ( Emanet-i Mukaddese - Kutsal Emanetler ) of Prophet Muhammad ( pbuh ) with Ertugrultours.com 's daily Istanbul Old City With Ottoman Relics Tour. With this daily guided Istanbul city tour you can visit priceless belongings of the Prophet Muhammad’s (s.a.w.) daughter and son-in-law, of prophets, and Prophet Muhammad's (s.a.w.) companions… They have been preserved at Topkapı Palace for 500 years.

Indeed the greatest treasures of Topkapi Imperial Palace are the Holy Relics of Prophet Muhammed (pbuh). Islam's sacred relics, which have a spiritual value and belonged to key figures in Islam history are kep under the protection of Turkish state and kept in Hirka-i Saadet section of Topkapi Palace.

Along with Topkapi Imperial Palace, our guests also able to visit Hagia Sophia Museum, Grand Bazaar, Blue ( Sultan Ahmed Mosque ), Hippodrome Of Constantinople and Sultan Tombs with our experted, professsional guides.

We give daily service excepts Tuesdays ( Palace is not allowed to visit on Tuesdays ) with pick-up and drop off service from all centerally located hotels in Istanbul.


Destimal, or a handkerchief, which had been used by the Ottomans to kiss the Prophet Mohammed’s cloak during ceremonies held in the sultan’s Privy Room in Topkapi Palace, Istanbul.


Sakal-i Serif or Prophet Mohammed’s beard hair, which is considered sacred by Muslims, inside a casing exhibited in the Chamber of the Holy Relics in Topkapi Palace.


The Privy Room (Has Oda), in Topkapi palace, was constructed in the Inner Courtyard in order to serve as the private apartments of the sultan for which purpose.  


Prophet Mohammed’s bow and its sheath is one of the other items exhibited in the Chamber of the Holy Relics inside Topkapi Palace in Istanbul.


Footprint of Prophet Mohammed (s.a.w.)


Letter of Prophet Mohammed (s.a.w.)