The fourth of the city's greatest historic mosques, constructed on the third of Istanbul's seven hills in 1557, is smaller and less famous than the three cited above, but still known for its fine craftsmanship and architecture, modeled after Haghia Sophia. Another good thing about visiting it is that it's less crowded with tourists.

Read more in Tripatini contributor Zozy´s post 7 Musts of Istanbul.




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