La moschea di Fatih (in lingua turca Fatih Camii, dove Fatih - il conquistatore - è il laqab di Maometto II) è una moschea ottomana ubicata nel quartiere di Fatih a Istanbul, in Turchia. Ricostruita dopo essere stata distrutta da un terremoto nel 1766, essa è la prima grande architettura turco-islamica a Istanbul e ha rappresentato una tappa importante nello sviluppo dell'architettura ottomana.
Faisal Chaudhry | feb 20, 2018
One of the larger mosques in Istanbul, Fatih is known more for its neighborhood and Wednesday market than the mosque itself. It does not have many characteristic Iznik tiles and is relatively new, but is still breathtaking. The mihrab and stained glass windows are particularly nice.
Saudah Bassa | ago 24, 2017
Beautiful surroundings.. Walking distance to the Spice Bazaar and tram station
Adnan Mordeniz | apr 7, 2017
Fatih Mosque is located in Fatih district. Built in 15 the century and rebuilt in 18 th century. Fatih mosque was designed as a complex...
Salem Saeed AlGhamdi | gen 28, 2018
Donde Voy | feb 5, 2016
This is really one of the most amazing places in Istanbul and Turkey where you can see really how is Islam is great by seeing the Ottoman history.
Sharef Mustafa | mar 12, 2018
I went there at 06:30 AM and it was almost empty I had great time taking photos The mosque is magnificent and a must see for anyone visiting Istanbul
Amjad Farekh | giu 25, 2018
Must visit place in Istanbul, magnificent and glorious
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