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The Mecidiye Mosque, built in 1911 in the time of Sultan Resat, is an example of late Ottoman architecture. The interior of the mosque is illuminated by tall, wide windows. The mosque with a capacity of 400-500 people is open to worshipers.
We were prompted to visit the place by a local and were not disappointed. A lovely setting around the mosque, while inside its pastel colours and calm quiet, really lifted our hearts. Great for photos too, especially near the sunset.
Taking a cruise along the Bosphorus you cant help but notice a relatively small domed building by the European shore. That is the Mecidiye Mosque or Ortakoy Mosque. It blends with the palaces and other Ottoman buildings but at the same time stands out due...More
This small mosque, also known as the Ortakoy Mosque, has a picturesque location by the water and close to the Bosphorus Bridge. It can be reached on foot after visiting the Dolmabahce Palace (half hour walk) and many cruise boats stop nearby. There is a...More
Mecidiye Mosque is located on the Gazi Evrenos Street of Yeşilköy area of Bakırköy Town in İstanbul and it is the oldest Mosque in Yeşilköy.Very convenient and great location where you can reach by various public bus services.İt is small mosque and has its own...More