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Walking distance from kabatas tram station on the way to dlmabace palace. Its a beautiful masjid... read more

Reviewed March 27, 2018
Medford, Massachusetts
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When in Istanbul, it is worth to book a boat trip to Bosphorus. Sailing you'll pass Dolmabhace... read more

Reviewed December 3, 2017
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Reviewed April 30, 2018 via mobile

I didn't feel the same aura in this mosque. It felt like a very European influenced building inside and the colours I didn't find inspiring. This is a much later mosque and so this is probably what is showing. This is also known as Valide...More

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Reviewed March 27, 2018 via mobile

Walking distance from kabatas tram station on the way to dlmabace palace. Its a beautiful masjid open for all .it was completed in 1855.

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Reviewed January 26, 2018

This architectural beautifully lit mosque caught our attention as we strolled in Bejiktas area close to Vodafone Park Football stadium. It was so well lit and looked grand in its floodlit beauty spreading a sense of calm all around. Located on the waterfront it is...More

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Reviewed December 26, 2017

located in the coast next the Dolmabahce palace and watch tower . typical architecture of Istanbul mosques can be seen here too , same typical marinates , a central dome ,... in the way to visit great Palace a few minutes can be considered for...More

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Reviewed December 3, 2017

When in Istanbul, it is worth to book a boat trip to Bosphorus. Sailing you'll pass Dolmabhace Palace and meet this mosque under the great bridge.

Thank nevenjerkovic
Reviewed July 21, 2017 via mobile

Dolmabahce mosque is near the palace. It is a large mosque and is used for Jumaa sermons and prayers. What is more interesting is its proximity to the Dolmabahce palace

Thank drjsaleh
Reviewed March 12, 2017

Located near the south of Dolmabahce Palace, stunning architecture, I would recommend for both men and women to dress appropriately please do not wear anything showing your knees or above and for women please use a loose scarf around your head when inside as there...More

1  Thank amnahasaniabbasi
Reviewed March 9, 2017 via mobile

Most people visit topkapi and Forget about dolmabahce...while it is a newer and a more luxiours castle ... you will find a guide for the tour and it is free

Thank wasma_wasouma
Reviewed December 7, 2016

Built by the mother of the 31st sultan, Albülhamid, this mosque is a great visit to see a typical mosque used by Istanbulians as opposed to the grandiose Blue Mosque. It became a part of the grounds of Dolmabahce palace and then was turned into...More

Thank BurcinGalata
Reviewed December 4, 2016

The Dolmabahce Mosque (Cami) is located on the south of Dolmabahcę Palace, on the coast. It was commissioned by Bezm-I Alem Valide Sultan, the wife of Sultan Mahmud II and the mother of Sultan Abdulhamid and construction was finished in 1853. The mosque can be...More

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Istanbul’s most famous street, pedestrianized Istiklal
Caddesi (Independence Avenue), throbs day and night
and offers a fantastic array of architectural sights,
shops, treats, and throngs upon teeming throngs of
people. At the avenue’s northeastern end is expansive
Taksim Square, thought by many to be the very heart of
the city, with many of Turkey’s most renowned
restaurants and some of Europe’s most happening
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