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Tesvikiye Mosque
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Open Open from 7:00am-11:00pm
Address: Ahmet Fetgari Sok. No:144 D:150 | Tesvikiye, Sisli, Istanbul, Turkey

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Belief makes people shine. Istanbul is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world. It is very prosperous and beautiful. I think the most eye-catching scenery in this city is that there are so many mosques. This time we will come to the Tesvija Mosque to show everyone this beautiful temple. The beautiful Tesvija Mosque: From the moment I stepped into the temple, the wide-angle lens I held up has never been put down. The Teszvija Mosque is too big, and the beauty is too shocking. The overall appearance of the building is dominated by blue and white, with neatly manicured trees planted around it, and the Tesvija Mosque is hidden behind these trees. The church is a domed building with four spires at four corners, and the solemnity also gives people the power of calm. The ceiling and walls in the building are all patterns made of small tiles. It looks like 400,000 pieces. It is very delicate. The manpower and material resources spent can be imagined. Behind a great building is countless sweat accumulation. And because of this, the shock we see today. The whole building has one or two hundred windows, and the hall can accommodate thousands of people and is very large. In addition to tile stickers, there are many hand-painted patterns and murals, which are very beautiful. People of faith: The day when I came to the Tesvija Mosque, in time for Sunday, many people who came to worship, I saw piousness in their eyes. The sunlight came in from the small window and poured on the worshipers, like Shine in general. Tips: The visit here is free, but female friends who come here must remember to wear long trousers. You must take off your shoes when entering the temple. The temple is beautiful and allows you to take pictures.

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