The mosque of the great Sahabi (Ayüp Sultan Camii) is the first mosque built in the city of Constantinople after it was opened by Sultan Mohamed Al-Fateh in 1453. Where Shaikh al-Islam "Aq Shams al-Din" searched for the tomb of the great companion after the conquest directly. He continued to search ...
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Sultanahmet Mosque is located in the old town facing Hagia Sophia, close to the Topkapi Palace, and its minarets overshadow the Bosphorus. The mosque was built between 1018 and 1026 AH / 1609-1616, according to one engraving on one of its doors. His engineer is Mohammed Agha, the most famous Turkish ...
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