Probably the highlight of our trip. Slightly off the tourist route so fun getting there and much less crowded than other attractions when you arrive. The Mosque is massive but more significantly extre...
Yeni Çamii or New Mosque is still under renovation for more than one year, but still there is a place for thousands to enter and pray in. We went for Friday prayer. Mosque is closed for visitors durin...
There are 450 mosques in Istanbul, each with its own origins and characteristics. The Yeni Mosque has a history of 400 years. Unfortunately, in Turkey, the place where the Ottoman Empire was the predecessor, 400 years still have to give way to the mosques with a longer history, such as the "Blue Mosque" and the "Suleiman Mosque". "Wait, and put on the crown of "new building", "Yeni" means "new" in Turkish.
The Ottoman-style Yeni Mosque, which began construction in 1597, went through the storm and even stopped work, and was finally completed in 1663. There are two towering church towers on the side, the atrium has a beautiful water spring, the inner wide dome and the colorful tiles make the whole mosque gorgeous. Yeni here generally said that there are no other mosques that are market-oriented. When tourists come in, they are like tides. They are relatively quiet, just like those Islamic women who come to worship with various veil and black shirts from head to toe. Quiet and gentle, there are often a large group of pigeons gathered outside the temple. In the empty field, the mosque is not scattered around, as if it is not willing to leave the novel Yeni Mosque.
The Yeni Mosque in Istanbul is also known as the New Mosque. It is located in the Eminonu district, at the southern end of the Galata Bridge, on the edge of the Golden Horn. It is one of the most famous attractions in Istanbul. Although it is not called the new mosque, it is really not "new" and has a history of more than 400 years. Construction began in 1597, and it was completed in the middle of the storm. It even stopped work and was completed in 1663.
There are often a large group of pigeons gathered at the door of the Yeni Mosque, and they are not left in the cold and cold weather. Because here, they don't mean "living". There is a pigeon food for sale in the small pavilion on the side, and a lira is sold for a while. The tourists who come to buy it are endless. Sprinkle the pigeon food into the air, and the flocks of pigeons will start to dance and graze. Although the picture is beautiful, be careful that occasionally there may be a poop. The
mosa has a huge vestibule with two towering towers on the side, a beautiful water spring in the atrium, a series of semi-domed domes surrounding a main dome, a wide inner dome, golden leaves, carved marble And the colorful tile decoration makes the whole mosque gorgeous.
Transportation: Take the tram line T1 and get off at Eminonu stop.
Open time: 9
After the ship docked, next to the famous Yeni Mosque, Yeni means "new", Yeni Mosque, also known as the New Mosque, the Sultan Empress Dowager, in the Eminonu district of Istanbul, Turkey. At the southern end of the Galata Bridge, it is on the edge of the Golden Horn. It is one of the most famous attractions in Istanbul. Although it is not called the new mosque, it is really not "new" and has a history of more than 400 years. Construction began in 1597, and it was completed in the middle of the storm. It even stopped work and was completed in 1663. In terms of layout, the Yeoni Mosque is similar to the Blue Mosque and the Suleymaniye Mosque. There is a huge vestibule with two towering towers on the side. The atrium has a beautiful spring, and a series of semi-dome surrounds a main dome. The interior of the wide dome, decorated with golden leaves, carved marble, and colorful Iznik tiles, makes the entire mosque gorgeous.