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Nusretiye Mosque Located on the shore of Bosphorus in Tophane, the Nusretiye Mosque (Nusretiye Camii in Turkish) -also called Tophane Mosque- has to have one of the most ornamented and
This uniquely striped mosque sits between Yusufpasa and Aksaray stations and was built just 20 years after the fall of Constantinople in 1473. The interior of the mosque appears to be longer
The sultan to whom this mosque was dedicated (Süleyman the Magnificent’s father, Selim I, known as ‘the Grim’) is famous for having killed two of his brothers, six of his
Located on the old Roman road that runs West from the Hagia Sophia and past the Grand Bazaar, this mosque is between the modern metro stations of Aksaray and Vezneciler.
This late 15th-century mosque was built by the grand vizier of the same name and renovated in 1951. At one end of Akbiyik Street is the small Ishak Pasa Mosque
Çorlulu Ali Paşa Medresi is a historic location in the university neighborhood of Beyazit and is popular with students who still come to hang out here from the nearby universities.
The Gazi Atik Ali Pasha Mosque (Turkish: Gazi Atik Ali Paşa Camii) is an old Ottoman mosque located in the Çemberlitaş neighbourhood of the Fatih district in Istanbul, Turkey. Its
This small and lovely mosque is close to the Sultanahmet tram stop and is one of the city’s oldest dating back to 1491 when Firuz Ağa was the Chief Treasurer
Built by famous architect Mimar Sinan in 1555, the Sinan Paşa Mosque (Sinan Paşa Camii) is an Ottoman mosque located in a densely populated neighborhood of Istanbul, Beşiktaş. Sinan Paşa