Yeni Mosque, located not far from the spice market, is also known as the New Mosque. In fact, more than 400 years of history, we did not enter, because the square outside usually gathered a lot of pigeons, visitors will be here to take pictures and play, as well as street cars selling snacks, snacks with Turkish characteristics, this is an opportunity that can not be missed.
In Istanbul, a 400-year-old mosque will also be called a new building. The Jeni Mosque built in 1597 means a new mosque. Walking into the Yili Mosque, she is similar to the Blue Mosque, but has its own characteristics. They are all very spectacular. Some people say that on Friday, the mosque can not come here, but I personally think it is absolutely worth watching.
The Jeni Mosque is close to the Egyptian market. The Jeni Mosque and the Blue Mosque feel the same and are worth visiting. It is free of tickets near the Galata Bridge, but there are many people inside. Yeni Mosque, also known as Istanbul's new mosque, began construction in 1597, experienced all the hardships and hardships along the way, even stopped construction, and finally completed in 1663. Its design style imitates the blue mosque and the S&2; Leymaniye mosque. It has a huge vestibule with two towering pagodas beside it. The atrium has a beautiful water spring. A series of semi-domes surround a main dome, with a wide dome inside, decorated with golden leaves, carved marble and colorful Iznik tiles, which makes the mosque gorgeous. Outside the mosque, a large group of pigeons gathered, as if reluctant to leave the new Jeni Mosque. This mosque represents the highest level of architecture in the period of the Turkish Empire and deserves a close visit.
The Yeni Mosque, which was built during Mahmoud III in Sudan, is called the New Mosque by "LP-Turkey". The design style refers to the blue mosque, while the exterior architecture is similar, which can only be distinguished from the number of minarets. The interior decoration of the mosque is like a unified template, and the layman can hardly see the difference between the mosques. Gold foil, Iznick tiles, marble carved into the standard.
After a pleasant lunch, go downstairs and walk to the Jeni Mosque. There are many people sitting on the steps at the gate of the mosque. The pigeon house at the gate is also a common shooting spot for many photographers. Pigeons stood in line on the edge of the window outside the mosque. The weather is very good and the visitors are like knitting. The air was filled with the smell of vacation. Standing there to take pictures, local people will ask for a group photo.
The mosque is very similar to the blue mosque. It's easy to see the mosque from its shape. But if you look closely, you can see some differences between the blue mosque and the blue mosque. It's more magnificent than this one. It's very walkable and has a spice market nearby.
Suddenly it rained heavily, they insisted on walking through the Blue Mosque before they came out to find a cafe to take shelter from the rain. After visiting the mosque, the greatest feeling was that besides wave after wave of strong foot odor, it was still foot odor, but the occasional encounter of fresh meat participating in the Tour Turkey bicycle race really made us happy.