Another "must". Remember that this is a mosque: no shoes and head-scarves for women. Tourists enter through a back door (no charge). This is a huge spectacular building and so-called because of the 20,000 or so blue Iznik tiles that line the dome (almost too high to see). Completed in 1616 this is a rival to the Hagia Sophia across the square. Spectacular and vast on the inside, but even more so from the outside and visitors should seek out a good view of the complex which is magnificently flood-lit at night.
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