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Bodrum Camii, Istanbul

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  • Without GPS I wouldn't be sure I could have found this little mosque. It is located in the middle of shops area and not visible from main street. Small mosque but beautiful, previously used as...  more »
  • Having failed to find this building in the morning, we had better luck later in the afternoon. It is not easy to find! There are 2 major points of interest. The first is that the crypt, (which still.....  more »
  • An old, small but truly beautiful, old byzantine church that has been converted into a mosque. Really hard to find but really worth the effort. Don't ask the local shopkeepers for its...  more »
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  • I. Romanos Lekapenos (920-944), Vııı. century, where an existing church built on the ruins of a private palace, then transformed into a monastery, the structure gave the name Myralion. Under this monastery, the emperor has built a basement to be used as a family tomb. His wife, Theodora, who died in 922, died in 932, his great-son Kristoforos, died in exile in 948, and finally in 961, his daughter Helena was buried in this family cemetery. II. Romanos (959-963) has closed his sister Anna to this monastery, where the princess has completed her life as a nun. When I. Isaakios Komnenos (1057-1059) was Dethrall, his wife Katerina and daughter Maria also entered this monastery as a nun. From this monastery of the middle Byzantine period, only one piece of wall can come to the present, and the church is II. The Grand Vizier of Beyazit (1481-1512) has been translated into a mosque by Christ Pasha. According to Hadika, the structure was named after the basement. The church was built in the plan of a four-supported, closed Greek cross that was widely used in Byzantine architecture since the 9th century. The main location of the church, which is woven with a mixture of stone and bricks, is covered with dome, which has a high and window pulley carrying four shares. It is thought that the parts of these shares were previously marble columns and that the columns were destroyed at the end of a fire. The central dome supports four cradle vaults from four sides. The three-part nartaxis of the structure is passed to the between. In the east direction, a half-round, externally three-sided apse and the apse are found in the two adjacent pastoforion cells. The walls of the building were backed by half-round buttables; At the same time, a mobility is provided in the external architecture. The dome, which has been able to maintain its original shape, is indicated by a wavy top wipe, with the opening windows in the stepped arches. In the old photographs, it is seen that the structure is the last communion with a wooden roof. The minaret rising to the right of the mosque is completely stone, and the simplicity of the toast suggests that part of the minaret is not authentic. Again, from the old photographs, there was a previously a courtyard wall around the building. Today there was no trace of this courtyard wall, and the mosque was trapped between buildings, as a result of the distorted construction around it. There is also a water cistern next to the mosque. The Bodrum Mosque, which was damaged in the large fire in 1782, was devastated in the fire of 1911 and was not used for many years. The structure, which was a period of coal storage and shelter for the homeless, was a failed restoration that remained unfinished in the 1950s. After 1965, C. L. Sriker cleaned The cellar under the mosque, and 1986 the reconstruction of the Foundation by the Regional Directorate of Foundations and was opened again as a mosque.
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