The Maiden’s Tower Istanbul (Turkish: Kiz Kulesi), also known in the ancient Greek and medieval Byzantine periods as Leander’s Tower (Tower of Leandros), sits on a small islet located at the southern entrance of Bosphorus strait 200 m off the coast of Üsküdar in Istanbul, Turkey.
Kiz Kulesi (Maiden’s Tower) is the romantic symbol of Istanbul, built on an island on Bosphorus between European and Asian sides.
Today, there is a restaurant in the first floor and a cafe at the top of the tower.
Location: On an islet off the Asiatic shore at the southern entrance of the Bosporus in Istanbul, Turkey
Coordinates : 41°01′15.4″N 29°00′14.08″E
Focal Height: Approx. 23 m (75 ft)
Address: Salacak Mh. Salacak İskele Ar Sk 17, Istanbul, Turkey
Tel: +90 216 342 4747
Website: official site