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1549-1557 yılları arasında, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman'ın adına Mimar Sinan tarafından yapılan camii, Osmanli mimarisinin en önemli eserleri arasında sayılmaktadır. Sinan'ın kalfalık eseri caminin avlusunda, Kanuni'nin, Hürrem Sultan'ın ve Sinan'ın kendisinin türbeleri bulunmaktadır.
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The Süleymaniye crowns one of İstanbul's seven hills and dominates the Golden Horn, providing a landmark for the entire city. Though it's not the largest of the Ottoman mosques, it is certainly one of the grandest and most beautiful. It's also unusual in that many of its original külliye (mosque…
This mosque and it’s surround complex were designed by the famous Mimar Sinan. From the terrace you have some of Istanbul’s best views!
Sitting high on the hill above Sultanahmet district, the Süleymaniye Mosque is one of the most recognized landmarks of Istanbul. It was built for Süleyman the Magnificent by the famed Ottoman architect Sinan between 1549 and 75. The interior, dominated by its soaring 53-meter-high dome is notable…
Suleymaniye Mosque, between the years 1551-1557 on behalf of Suleyman the Magnificent mosque built by Mimar Sinan in Istanbul
The Süleymaniye Mosque (Turkish: Süleymaniye Camii, Turkish pronunciation: [sylejˈmaːnije]) is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul, Turkey. It is the second largest mosque in the city, and one of the best-known sights of Istanbul.