The Fatih Cami Mosque is known to its exclusive splendour of tradition was constructed between 1462 and 1470 by Sultan Fatih Mehmet, well-known as "Mehmet the Conqueror. The majestic mosque houses kitchens, caravansary, a hospital, numerous hamams, a souk and also, a school which has tutored up to 1,000 students. The colonial Fatih Mosque is situated atop the peak hill in Istanbul. Significant of the other old mosques in the city, it has a large interior dome unremitting by semi-domes on all four sides. The picture of the open central discloses the flashy power on 18th-century Ottoman art.