The Sehzade Mosque (Turkish: ‘Şehzade Camii’) is an Ottoman imperial mosque located in the district of Fatih, on the third hill of Istanbul, Turkey.
It was the first major commission by the Imperial Architect Mimar Sinan, and was completed in 1548. It is considered by architectural historians as Sinan’s first masterpiece of classical Ottoman architecture.
MostafaAugust 1, 2013 at 6:03 am
Very Nice history.
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