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Amazing structure with fully functional mosque for ladies & men. Stunning artwork on ceiling! Very calm & peaceful while inside the mosque and around its vicinity. The mosque was built in 1421. Worth visiting
This historic Ottoman mosque is impressive from the outside with the white marble. Inside it has been recently renovated and has now a much improved interior. Most famous for the turquoise tiles, giving it the name Green Mosque. There are several of these so called...More
It is the biggest Ottoman mosque at this area and it is known to be the burial site of Mehmed I. The architectural style known as Bursa Style begins with Green Mosque. The Turkish government is trying to restore the surrounding area to the 18th...More
Mosque looks so much nice from outside and covered by marble, I am impressed by how it looks from outside however from inside it was disappointing because it was not decorated at all. City as Iznik that is famous with Çini works has no sign...More
After reading the views I expected to see Iznik’s beautiful tile art on the walls of the mosque, however, the only visible tile is on the minaret and the walls of the mosque are completely plain! A big disappointment for me. If you are around...More