A series of small domes are supported by rows of arches and pillars inside the mosque. There are beautiful mihrabs in the temple.
Close your eyes, visit and listen attentively. I believe you have been in the city for a long time, and you may also need to calm your restless heart, think quietly, slow down, and move as you like. With this mindset, I came to the Eski Mosque. There are still a lot of tourists here, but everyone is not loud. I think it should be the tourists who come here want to listen quietly. The top of this mosque is a dome, which is very beautiful. The atmosphere here is very clean. I saw many tourists standing in the center of this place, closing their eyes, and quietly listening to the sounds here. They, of course, including myself, seemed to be instantly purified by this place. Being refreshed, it turned out to be quiet, not so busy, and slowing down and living slowly is also a different flavor. No wonder people now advocate slow life. The carvings on the walls of the mosque are also very delicate and wonderful. It seems that most of the walls are paintings and calligraphy, although there are many that I can't understand, because I don't know many fonts, but it gives me the feeling that it contains a strong cultural heritage and is very cultural. I can't help but use my camera to commemorate these exquisite carvings, human wisdom. Warm reminder (address) Turkish Saffron (ticket price) is free to play, no money (opening hours) open all day of the year