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Situated just near the dolmabahçe palace.The Bezm I Alem valide sultan mosque also knows as dolmabahçe mosque has a European design similar to the blue mosque.I would recommend a knowledgeable guide to u as the mosque has a great history behind its name(or u can...More
Situated just next to famous Dolmabahçe Palace, this mosque is also known as Dolmabahçe Mosque.
It has been built under the auspices of Sultan Abdülmecit's mother (the mosque is named after her indeed) but the construction was finished only in 1855, after her death. It...More
In my trip to Istanbul I particularly paid attention to visiting Dolmabahçe Mosque because not only its Baroque elegant style was very attractive but also it was the mosque about which Tayyip Erdogan claimed "They had alcohol in the mosque" for Gezi Park protesters in...More
Went there with my family for the noon prayer, right after visiting the Dolmabahce palace. The mosque from the outside is very elegant, tall, lovely minarets. It is located right next to the sea which also makes it very attractive. On the inside, you will...More
The mosque is most known as the Dolmabahce mosque, it is a few minutes walk from Kabatas tram station and the magnificent Dolmabahçe palace. The mosque was built in the late 19th century by architect Balyan to be one of the baroque mosques of Istanbul,...More
Bezm-i Alem Valide Sultan Camii,also called as Dolmabahçe Mosque has been constructed and completed in 1855 as a part of Dolmabahçe Palace on the Bosphorus side in Beşiktaş area of Istanbul on European side.Very good location just on the seaside with very convenient way to...More
There are many tourist sites in Istanbul vying for your attention. Most of the top sites have entry fees. If you have more than one day in this exciting city, put the Valide Sultan Mosque on your itnerary. It is a monumnental mosque and there...More