This moderately small octagonal mosque is situated in the Faith district of Istanbul. The interior is walled in exquisite Iznik tiles - the best quality ever produced - and beautiful inlaid wood work on the doors and sections of the ceilings. This site is situated within walking distance and close proximity to the spice market and definitely worth a visit. Although this mosque does not receive as many visitors, this mosque is a gem worth visiting as it is also the first example of Mimar Sinan, a great Ottoman architect's work.
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