This complex was built by the end of 19th century by the architect Vallaury thanks to great efforts of famous Turkish painter Osman Hamdi Bey
One of the most notable features of the Blue Mosque is visible from far away its six minarets. This is very unique, as most mosques have four, two, or just one minaret
The Sultan Ahmed Complex is one of the greatest complexes in Istanbul. It is known as the because of its magnificent interior paneling of more than 20,000 blue and white tiles
The Grand Bazaar (Kapalıçarşı) in Istanbul is one of the largest covered markets in the world with 60 streets and 5,000 shops, and attracts between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors daily
The historical church rises across the Blue Mosque in Eminönü district
III Ahmet Sebil and Fountain
It is one of the historical and magnificient fountains of Istanbul. The fountain located in front of the gate of Topkapi Palace and overlooks the Hagia Sophia square
The Senat House was first built after 360 and reconstructed by Justinian I. It is most probably identical with the reception hall of the emperor that was in use at least until the 10th century and mostly simply called Magnaura, from the Latin Magna Aula (Great Hall). The description in the Book of Ceremonies of a reception for an Arabian embassy that was held there in 946 suggests that the Magnaura was not basilical in shape, as this has usually been assumed, but rather a cross-in-square building with a dome, possibly as the result of Justinian's reconstruction.