(Sultan Ahmet Camii) This is the Sultan Ahmet Mosque in Istanbul. It is also known as the Blue Mosque because of its blue tiles. It was built in 1609 by the Ottoman Sultan Ahmet I as the Islamic response to Hagia Sofia.
Copyright Michail Vorobyev The Süleymaniye Mosque (Turkish: Süleymaniye Camii, Turkish pronunciation: [sylejˈmaːnije]) is an mosque located on the Third Hill of Istanbul It is the largest mosque in the city and one of the best known sights of Istanbul
Discover the Old City of Istanbul with a private guide and vehicle. Don't get lost either in a crowded groups or while waiting for the lines. This is a no-shopping tour so you will not see rug demonstrations, leather or souvenir shops.