I like this mosque best in Istanbul. It's quiet and big. On the way to Cora Church by car, I found that the gentleman who was doing the door hygiene was very enthusiastic to let us in. In the morning, there were almost no women in the restricted area. It has a wide, high vault and relatively plain decoration.
Muslims enter the infield. Others can enter the rest area.
Typical Arab style. Free visit, but the hall can not enter, every year more than 100 foreign Muslims also come here to visit worship.
Hearing the mosque chanting the Koran, I felt the quiet, joyful and prosperous sunset brought by faith.
The first day's violent walk is probably like this: first, walk from the hotel to the Blue Mosque, then take tram to the Big Bazaar, then walk across the Big Bazaar to the Spice Fair, next to the Jeni Mosque, then walk to the Suleiman Mosque in about 20 minutes, and finally walk to the Zezad Mosque. Anyway, it's good to know the direction with Google Map Navigation.
The typical Arab style of the Zezad Mosque, where incomplete clothes are forbidden, and women are forbidden to enter the prayer hall.
This mosque is very famous and different from other Islamic mosques. On Fridays, there is a lively gathering of believers here.
The mosque is very large, and the white buildings are very similar to other mosques. When entering, clothes are rented.
Beautiful and magnificent mosque, if you need quiet at this moment, come here for a visit, what a magnificent Mosque