There are a lot of people who come here for a walk at night, and there are a lot of snacks on the roadside. The mosques in Turkey are very different from other countries. There are some stone towers guarding the surroundings of each mosque, which gives people a more spectacular feeling.
Its walls, minarets, dome tops are unusually shaped, and its pools are baroque.
Yeni Mosque is one of the churches where the locals worship the most. It is estimated that the location is superior, not as far away as the Blue Mosque and Suleymaniye Mosque. The Mercedes-Benz series always play the role of police cars and taxis in Europe and surrounding countries. There is also a small bazaar next to Yeni Mosque for shopping. Another thing that is most attractive in Yeni Mosque is the pigeons all over the floor, and people who sell pigeon snacks sit in the cabins. If it weren’t for stopping to take a closer look, I still don’t know how this painting is.
Yeni Mosque is in Istanbul. A 400-year-old mosque will also be called a "new building". The Yeni Mosque, built in 1597, means "New Mosque". Walking into Yeni Mosque, I can't tell the biggest difference between it and the Blue Mosque, but they are the same spectacular and definitely worth visiting. The interior of Yeni Mosque is a bit similar to the Blue Mosque, but it does not have the magnificence of the Blue Mosque. However, there are few tourists and many believers in it. Here you can feel the piety of Islam.
Next to the Grand Bazaar, there is a mosque called Nuru Osmaniye Mosque. It is estimated that all those who come are heading to the Grand Bazaar. There are very few people in the mosque. A rare mosque that allows you to take a closer look at the mosque.
I decided to visit the Bosphorus on this day. I rushed to the pier early to buy the ferry tickets, and to see if it was too early, I went to the Niye Mosque and Spice Market across the road to stroll around. This Niye Mosque is also famous in Istanbul, and it is said that it is the most beautiful mosque. Although not as powerful as the Blue Mosque, she is indeed the most beautiful looking at the old city from the Galata Tower. In the temple, people gathered together, and others were reading the scriptures alone. I secretly took a photo, converted it into black and white, and suddenly became a bit like National Geographic. :)
Very clean, no Byzantine luxury, only halal and simple