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English: The Fatih Mosque Complex is a large mosque with its many dependencies in the Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. Sultan Mehmed II the Conqueror had the complex constructed by the architect Atik Sinan in 1463-1470, on the site of the former Church of the Holy Apostles, which was demolished in favor of it. It was the largest example of Turkish-Islamic architecture to that date and represented an important stage in the development of classic Turkish architecture. The original mosque was destroyed by the earthquake of 1766; the current mosque dates from 1767.
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- ► Cemetery at the Fatih Mosque (3 C, 7 F)
Media in category "Fatih Mosque"
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- Beautiful lake view.jpg 15 KB
- CloseUpFatihMosque.jpg 260 KB
- Fatih 1070182.JPG 2.03 MB
- Fatih 1070190.JPG 2.03 MB
- Fatih Camii (Külliye).JPG 1.33 MB
- Fatih Camii Dome.JPG 1.5 MB
- Fatih Camii Mihrap-1.jpg 1.32 MB
- Fatih Camii Mihrap-2.jpg 2.33 MB
- Fatih Camii-anaru.jpg 3.14 MB
- Fatih Camii. Minarete.jpg 6.67 MB
- Fatih Mosque5.jpg 2.85 MB
- Fatihcomplex.jpg 181 KB
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- View of the Fatih Camii.JPG 1.31 MB
- İstanbul 5891.jpg 872 KB