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Moschea Semsi Pasha, Istanbul

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The Şemsi Pasha Mosque is an Ottoman mosque located in the large and densely populated district of Üsküdar, in Istanbul, Turkey.HistoryThe Şemsi Pasha Mosque was designed by Ottoman imperial architect Mimar Sinan for Grand Vizier Şemsi Pasha. The Mosque is one of the smallest to be commissioned by a Grand Vizier in Constantinople, however it is its miniature dimensions combined with its picturesque waterfront location which have made it one of the most attractive mosques in the city. The Mosque is a celebrated example of the chief architect's skill in organically blending architecture with the natural landscape.
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  • Üsküdar Harem coast road at the beginning of the rarest Mimar Sinan's Şemsi iyke Samuel works from a mosque. Alias with kuhle mosque. Bosphorus currents and birds is disturbed due to a sound and wind flow over the mosque is said to be marshaled this reason bird is kuhle mosque. Library and is one of Üsküdar's symbol with the glory.
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  • Architect Sinan's small but perfect crafting one of his works, the most beautiful in the throat that made in the year 1580 mosque, built around the seaside cafes. If you can go fishing on the banks of the Oltanız.
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  • Strolling along the promenade on the Asian side saw very harmonious on the sight of a mosque and cemetery only later learned that this is one of the latest creations of the great Sinan that built it in year 1580. And that there is a mausoleum of Semsi Akhmed-Pasha.
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