Mosque Emirgan Hamid-i Evvel, Istanbul

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  • This Mosque is located in Emirgan district of Sarıyer Town.Very good and modern Mosque with a nice location close to the sea.Recommended to visit if you are in this area for any reason.  more »
  • The throat is located in Emirgan, unlike other mosques, flat-roofed, with a sizeable mansion. Interior is wooden ceiling decorations and elegant Windows.
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  • What a gem. Late Ottoman era mosque in a great shape thanks to recent renovation funded by a local businessman.
  • Let all our work to on Allah's mercy and forgiven destiny. Allah Kareem
  • good place to pray if you are a muslim
  • According to the inscription on the main gate of the Emirgan Mosque in 1781, 1. Mehmet and his mother were built by Abdülhamit for the Hümashah Hatun, who died at an early age. It is located on the corner of Emirgan-Boyacıköy Street and East Muvakkithane Street. The sherlies are adjacent to each other, and some of the sections are intertwined. It was once built in the place of the majestic seaside palace of Emirgüneoglu Yusuf Pasha as a complex. The historian Cevdet Pasha, the construction of the Emirgan Mosque in 1780 (H. 1194) describes: "A mosque in the vicinity of the Mirgünoglu coastal House of the Sheriff building immediately started construction and completed within eight months. The bakery, the Hamam, the mill, the shops and the roads were made by the Mamur in less time. " But today's mosque, 2. It's from the Mahmut era. Located on the Courtyard gate, Yesarizade Mustafa was signed in the inscription, 2. It is clearly written by Mahmut. Architectural stylistic details and decoration program of the structure, 1. More than the Baroque architectural style of abdülhamit period, 2. It adheres to the Empir style of the Mahmut era. This structure is 1. There is nothing left except for the book of Abdülhamit period. 2. There is a two-storey wooden skillful pavilion that is adjacent to the eastern façade of the wooden roofed mosque with a square plan of cut stone from the era of Mahmut. In addition to the existing square fountain, the mosque was a complex of buildings such as baths, ovens and mills. The Muvakkithane building next to the square fountain is currently used as a buffet. The Emirgan Mosque had a wooden ingenious apartment on the entrance of the marble staircase, formerly boat-docked. The walls and minarets of the mosque, which show a plan close to the square, are covered with wooden and tile roofs. From the outside, it is seen as a two-storey structure on the south and West fronts, because of the land slope is used as a warehouse half a basement. The factions are similar to each other except small differences, and the surfaces that are transverse divided by the Sils have gained mobility with plasters. The windows that fall between these feet are rectangular on the lower floor and the ones on the upper floor are round arches. The north-facing entrance façade is a simpler view and the upper floor windows located here are rectangular in shape. Axis 1 of the mihrab. The door carrying the inscription of the Abdülhamid period is slightly out of the front. The structure is located in the right-hand corner of the delicate minaret entrance façade with a cylindrical body rising on a low square shoe. The minaret, which has been moved with the acanthus leaf, different forms and ornaments, suggests that it was overhauled during this period with its close proximity to the 19th century minarets. The Hunkar Pavilion, built adjacent to the eastern façade overlooking the Emirgan Mosque's Muvakkithane Street, is spread over two floors.
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  • It was built in 1782 by Sultan Abdulhamid Khan. His wife was also built in the square of the fountain in 1783, the mosque was founded in 1838, II. He has been repaired by Mahmud and has taken his day. Wooden materials are used on the roof of the mosque, which is stone and brick walls. The building, which drew attention with the minaret of his only honor, had two fires and was the victim of historical artifacts thieves. In the latest 2009, there is a skillful pavilion next to the mosque, which has a beautiful restoration.
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