Generally, it is open during 8:30-16:45. No entry during the Muslim religious service. There is a sign at the front of the door to remind visitors of the opening time of the day (about 3 periods per day). Friday is usually open to visitors from 13:00.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Sultanahmet Mah At Meydani Cad No: 7, İstanbul 34122
Turkey is a country with pencils everywhere, more than 90,000 mosques, each with at least one minaret with a pen tip up. Among the more than 90,000, the Sultan Ahmet Mosque, which was built in 1609 and built in 1616, has won several top prizes.
It is the only mosque in the world with six minarets and the largest dome in Istanbul. More than 30 domes rise and rise to the central dome with a diameter of 41 meters. Because the wall is made of 21043 pieces of Turkish porcelain, the town of Izuk (Izhik), engraved with rich patterns and patterns, and the blue-colored glaze is white, so people call it It is a blue mosque. There are four large pillars in the
temple. They are called elephant feet, and each root has a golden Qur'an. The interior is large and can accommodate up to 10,000 worshippers at most.
Women entering the mosque must have a headscarf. If you don't have one, you can spend 1 lira to rent a door at the door, you can't wear a short skirt, and the man can't wear shorts. You can also rent a long skirt.
Where the mosque has a pool, it is because of the Islamic law, the prayers or the touch of the Qur'an must be clean or small, and when there is liquid in your body, there will be liquid seepage. Destruction, so women can not pray during menstruation.
When praying, the man must be in front, the woman in the back, facing Mecca. Because if the woman is in the front and the man is in the back, the mens inability to concentrate on worship because of the movement problem...
Turkish Blue Mosque + Excellent Viewing Network Red Restaurant Seven Hills
Come to the door of the Blue Mosque in the fascinating place, follow many tourists to take off your shoes, and take the blue scarf for the ladies. On, with a very curious, pious feeling into the temple.
The construction of the Blue Mosque did not use a nail, and after several earthquakes did not collapse, it is also very magical existence.
There is a square in the middle of the mosque and the cathedral. It is very suitable for pats. It must be remembered to wear a red dress and an exotic shawl scarf.
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scarf: Deer one to the original store
is the red book above the grass network The red restaurant Seven Hills, which was previously reserved for the official website, has not yet given me a reply. I went there at 11 o'clock in the morning. There was no one. I also grabbed the seat in the corner of the terrace. I came to a special Turkish coffee. Facing the natural background of the cathedral, it is not very important to eat at this time. Haha~
If the winter is too cold, it is recommended that the baby take a good photo or go downstairs to eat indoors, because the wind is really cold. burst. . .
I believe that the friends who come to Turkey will definitely go to this place to punch cards, the Blue Mosque. Share some tips~
1. Before entering the mosque, ladies must wear shawls and wear skirts that have covered their ankles. If they do not meet the requirements, the management will send For headscarves and long skirts;
2. All people must take off their shoes and put them in plastic bags;
3. Recently renovated, you can choose the right time to travel.
In fact, the most mysterious place in Istanbul is here - the universal priest of Constantinople.
It is one of the five main centers of Christianity: in fact, according to the hierarchy, the Patriarch of Constantinople is the second after Rome, at
There is a folk legend. It is said that at the time of construction, the architects heard the "altnminareler" (golden spire) that the Sudan said as "altminare" (six spires), so it was created here. The six different figures are called Baita.
Later, many mosques were built in this way, although they are no longer called six.
Unlike other palaces with strict planning, the Topkapi Palace has undergone centuries of development, with irregular expansion and changes resulting in uneven distribution of buildings.
And, because of the construction and neglect of the seaside road, the fifth courtyard has ceased to exist, so the ancient Topkapi Palace is much larger than the Topkapi Palace that is seen today.
1. The Imperial House
small appropriate dining room is an important feature of the Topkapi Palace.
There are many Chinese porcelains in the collection, which are of great value and are quite rare and precious. These porcelains can be traced back to the late Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties. The
Topkapi Palace Museum is also one of the museums that have collected up to fourteenth-century Longquan celadon. The collection of porcelain in the Yuan Dynasty and the Ming Dynasty is as many as 3,000.
The reason why these porcelains are loved by the Sultan and the Queen Mother is because they think that toxic food will discolor the porcelain.
Situated on the bank of the Bosphorus Strait is one of Istanbul's landmarks, the Blue Mosque. It features a magnificent and eye-catching, enormous round dome. The Blue Mosque, also called the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, was built under the rule of Sultan Ahmed during the Ottoman Empire. The Blue Mosque derives its name from the more than 20,000 blue ceramic tiles used to decorate its interior. These exquisite blue ceramic tiles are one of the mosque's highlights. The tiles are engraved with rich patterns and Arabic inscriptions, which are the perfect embodiment of the unique features of Islamic art.
When you enter the mosque you must take off your shoes. Women are required to dawn a headscarf to cover their hair. A headscarf can be borrowed for free at the entrance of the mosque. There are also foreign language pamphlets at the entrance to the mosque.