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Reviewed on 7 Sep 2014
I got up at 7:30 this morning and had a good breakfast. We went to the Conqueror's Mosque on the city rail. We got off Aksaray and went north up the hill. We asked the enthusiastic Turks if we didn't know each other. We arrived 30 minutes later. Along the way, they are all residential gods and horses, and they have a good sense of market. The conqueror mosque covers a large area. There are a large group of wild cats breeding constantly. Many kittens and kittens are seen. There are piles of cat food that can't be eaten. The caring Turkish aunt is caught by wild cats and thrown into the cat's beef intestines. The exterior of the mosque is being repaired, and there is still a prayer room inside. Behind it is a large cemetery. Some of the tombstones bear a stone sculpture with a balcony cap. The Tomb of the conqueror Mohammed is said to be under the rostrum of the mosque. Asked the police to know that the revolving dance here has also been stopped for a long time because of the decoration, the mood became super depressed, really want to see the hotel leaflet that even the mosque did not enter, and left. In fact, I have passed several mosques these days, Yeni, Suleiman, the conqueror, the blue mosque, and finally only the blue mosque entered. Others did not go in and have a good look. I regret it very much. I suggest you all go in and have a look. Every mosque has a different taste, look at the look of Muslim pious expectations, and listen quietly to the ancient times chanted in the loudspeaker. The blue classics. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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