Mosque in Turkey

Turkey Mosque

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Blue Mosque Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Mosque, craftsmanship, fountain

The Blue Mosque located in Istanbul can be rightly called an architectural wonder. Commissioned to be erected in 1609 by Sultan Ahmet I, the mosque was projected to rival the Hagia Sofia with it...

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Hagia Sophia Heritage, Pilgrim

Famous for: Church, Museum, Mosque

Hagia Sophia also known as Aya Sofya, is said to be one of the largest basilicas in the Christian world and was the first masterpieces of Byzantine architecture. This church was s...

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Selimiye Mosque Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Mosque, Church, Architecture

The Selimiye Mosque is said to be the magnum opus and the highest achievement of Mimar Sinan in Islamic architecture.  This splendid edifice stands at the heart of a Kulliye and is a comple...

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Suleymaniye Mosque Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Tomb, Mosque, Architecture

Suleymaniye mosque is the biggest and most imposing mosque in Istanbul. This is the city is also called the city of domes and minarets. For centuries, this edifice is been mesmerizing the visito...

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Fatih Mosque Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Tomb, Mosque, Architecture

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 m...

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Miniaturk Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Mosque, Architechtural Buildings, Parks

Miniaturk is a miniature park of Turkey, first of its kind in whole of Turkey is utterly contemporary and al fresco museum wherein one can find the most glorious model of the Turkish and Anatoli...

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Grand Bazaar Heritage, Nature, Pilgrim

Famous for: Market, Shopping, Architecture, Palace, Mosque

Grand Bazaar situated in Istanbul is the biggest roofed markets in the world. This place has over 60 streets and more than 5,000 shops that interests 250,000 to 600,000 visitors’s every da...

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Ephesus Pilgrim, Water

Famous for: Temple, Church, Mosque, Fishing

Grassy hills neighbouring the ancient city of Ephesus, conceal the remains of a Neolithic settlement dating from 6000 B.C. Excavations have revealed tools of stone, obsidian and bronze among wal...