The Archaeological Museum in Istanbul consists of three structures; the first is the main building that is the Archaeological Museum, the second museum is the Ancient Orient and the third the Islamic art called the Tiled Kiosk, which is a pavilion set within the outer walls of Topkapi Palace and dates from 1472, and built by the Ottoman sultan Mehmed II. Here are a few tiled items along with mosaics that I found to be exceptionally breathtaking.
Important artifacts such as the Sarcophagies of Alexander the Great and King Tabnit, both unearthed at the Royal Necropolis of Sydon (Saida, Lebanon) are on display and considered significant archeological discoveries.
Istanbul Archaeological Museum Alemdar Caddesi Osman Hamdi Bey Yokusu Sok. 34122, Gulhane Faith, Istanbul [+90 212] 5272700