The Iftar Pavilion in Topkapı Palace, where the sultans open their fast-breaking fasts during Ramadan, which coincides with the summer months. The terrace, which is also referred to as ‘moonlight’ in some sources, is between the Baghdad Mansion and the Circumcision Mansion.
It was built by Sultan İbrahim in 1640. . Amazing with its elegant craftsmanship, the Kameriye is also unique with its Istanbul view that overlooks the Golden Horn, Üsküdar and even extends to the islands.
During the holidays that coincided with the summer months, the sultan would accept the greetings of the Enderunites here and watch the sports performances in the lower garden.
Gold plated bronze Iftariye crest is made of gilded bronze, in the shape of a boat and carried by 4 columns.