M48***13The color of the green mosque is not green, and its external face is gray, giving people a more solemn feeling. The architectural style is the Bursa style developed on the basis of the Seljuk style. It has a very obvious Islamic style. The interior decoration is relatively simple, but there is a fountain inside, which is very beautiful in light blue.
Burberry_is_KingIznik porcelain, a surprise discovery in Istanbul. Iznik is a small town in Turkey. In the 15th to 17th centuries, the best artists and craftsmen from Turkey gathered to design and produce porcelain belonging to Ultraman the Great who liked Chinese blue and white porcelain. It gradually declined and died at the end of the 17th century. Today, Iznik Blue can only be found in the Topkapi Palace and some mosques in Istanbul. Now the ancient crafts have been restored and revitalized, and many artists and craftsmen have brought more life and vitality to it. Is it beautiful?
E35***16Its a beautiful mosque of Ottoman era.It has a distinction of having five minarets.At the time of its construction there were four minarets of Masjad e Haram,the most sacred mosque.To give it a differentiation from that five minarets were constructed.It is located in Sultan Ahmet square which is accessible through tram,taxi or on foot.Women are advised to cover their bodies while visiting this mosque.During the time of prayers non muslims are forbidden to visit.They can visit after the prayers though.It is also called The blue mosque for its blue colour
Herman_travellerThis place is located just cross the road from Hagia Sophia and the entrance ticket is only 20 Turkish lira. There are many famous columns inside such as Medusa's head column and crying column.
翱翔的大鲨鱼Colorful houses, narrow old streets, and a traditional supermarket. It sells absolutely authentic honey. The stalls sell handicrafts, local snacks, and some restaurants/coffee shops. You can also reserve time to eat here, and there are also famous Turkish refreshments.