The Palace station is the first of its kind in the country.

The station’s first stop is the palace of the late Prince Sultan, a member of the Ottoman Empire.

It’s also the first time the station has been named after a prince.

The train travels from the Sultanate of Ankara to the Sultanahmet Palace, a historic palace located on the outskirts of Istanbul.

The royal family that built the palace has long been a tourist attraction and a cultural and cultural destination for Turks.

The Palace is an icon of Turkish culture and history.

The building was built in the early 18th century and was originally a palace in Istanbul’s Beyoğlu district, which is today in Gaziantep province.

In 1883, the Ottoman Turks built a new palace in Beyoşlu and named it the Sultan Sultanahmış.

Sultanahmed also built the Palace Station in 1887.

The palace station is one of the most famous and historic buildings in the world.

It was named after Sultan Ali II, the last and the first Sultan of Turkey.

The second and third Sultanates of Istanbul built their own palace stations, but both of them are now long gone.

The third Sultanahmen built the second Palace Station, and the second is now under construction.

The fourth Sultanahment built the third Palace Station.

The Sultanahmens of the Sultan’s Palace Station and the Sultanhmet Palace were both named after the last Sultan.

The last Sultan was the Sultan Mahomed II, who died in 1869.

The only surviving Sultanahmer is Sultan Mehmet III, who lived to be 100.

The four major roads in Turkey are named after him.

The first road named after Mehmet I was named the Mersin Highway.

The Mersiniye highway is one kilometer long.

The highway ends at the historic Palace Station on the northern side of Istanbul, the fourth largest city in the Ottoman empire.

The historic Palace is named after Prince Sultan and is one mile long.

It includes two underground stations.

The new station is named for Prince Sultan.

He is the second son of the last Emperor of Turkey and the son of Sultan Abdulaziz.

He was the founder of the first and third Ottoman empires and was the second to rule over Turkey from 1772 to 1812.

The Prince Sultan passed away in 1875, leaving behind a legacy of grandeur and greatness.

The city of Istanbul was renamed after him in his honor.

The original palace station has a roof terrace that is now the entrance to the palace.

There is a large marble pillar outside the station.

The staircase leading to the Palace is on the fourth floor.

The exterior walls of the palace are painted white, and a large wooden staircase has been installed to the north and south of the Palace.

The courtyard outside the Palace has a large mosaic-like painting that depicts the first four members of the Grand Vizierates of Turkey, including Prince Sultan in the center.

The interior of the station is painted white and is decorated with murals.

The most famous image of the building is the famous mural of the famous Ottoman Sultan.

It is located on a stone wall in the main hall of the Royal Palace.

This painting was painted by a 16th century Turkish artist, Gülen, who was a friend of Sultan Sultan Mehmed II.

It depicts the Ottoman Emperor at the time he was crowned as Sultan in 1822.

The mural depicts the Sultan standing in front of a large white horse, the Great White Lion.

It also depicts a bird, a horse and the Great Bear.

It features the royal family of Turkey sitting on a white throne with the Great Wolf in the background.

The famous Ottoman flag flies over the courtyard.

The roof terraces of the royal palace house have been painted white to honor the Sultan.

They also feature a large painting of the Great Sultan, his court, and his courtiers.

The painting is one hundred years old.

A second painting is also on the wall of the courtyard that depicts a small group of soldiers holding a banner with the words “The Sultan is Sultan.”

This is one part of the wall that was painted to honor Sultan Sultan Abdulrahman II.

Abdulrahmad II is the fourth generation of the family.

He died in 1898.

The entire Palace Station is open year-round, except on Thanksgiving.

There are two days a year for visitors to enter the station, the first being the day after Thanksgiving and the last being Christmas Day.

A large mosaic mural of King Fethullah II is located outside the building.

It shows Fethüllük III, the father of the current Sultan of the United States.

The statue of Sultan Mehmedi, the founder and patron of the Istanbul Sultanate, is located at the front of the Prince Sultan’s Station.

It bears the name of Sultan Mahomet II.

In the winter, a large snow-covered snow globe is placed in front the station entrance to prevent any snow from falling during the winter