Beyazit Mosque
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Shaun L
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mai 2024 • Par
Another beautiful mosque, are there any that are not? Stunning architecture and you wonder how they were built with such ornate designs. This was the third one that we visited whilst in the city and the least busy. As per others make sure you respect the dress code and check the prayer times so as not to be disappointed.
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Susan C
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Another outstanding mosque in Istanbul is Beyazit Mosque, Istanbul's oldest remaining imperial mosque dating from 1506 which retains most of its original character. The Fatih Mosque and Complex, which we also visited, was built earlier but was extensively rebuilt in the 1700s in a different style and the Hagia Sofia was originally a church before becoming a mosque. Beyazit Mosque is constructed out of coloured marbles, granite and other stones. The large courtyard has three decorated entrance portals and marble floors with an octagonal ablution fountain and different coloured columns with muqarnas-carved capitals. The interior is in a T-shape and has one large dome and supporting domes with multiple suspended rings of lights. Some of the decoration is very intricate.

This mosque is in Beyazit Square. It is a convenient location near the Istanbul University, the Grand Bazaar and the main tourist sites so easy to visit. Free to enter but respectful clothes and behaviour, removal of shoes and a headscarf for women required. There is a barrier that restricts you from entering the main domed area and limits you to the top of the T-section. We visited a little before 8 am on a Sunday and there were very few people around.
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umutluhayat
Konya, Tyrkia5 801 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Familie
It is opposite the gate of Istanbul University in Beyazit Square. A mosque worthy of the historical peninsula built by Bryazit II.
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Igor Alexeev
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The Bayezid Mosque (Beyazit) was built by the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II in 1500-1506, half a century after the fall of Constantinople. The mosque is located on the square of the same name. Nowadays the mosque looks magnificent both externally and in its interior decoration. It’s easy to see this during your walk along Divan Yolu Street...
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Beyazit Mosque is the imposing mosque across Istanbul University in historic Beyazit Meydani (Square). Am attaching pictures from around the Meydani. Behind the mosque is the tomb of Sultan Beyazid II.
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The period of the reign of Bayezid II, the eighth (in order of reigns) Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, was marked not only by the strengthening of the Ottoman Empire, the breakdown of the Safavid uprising, the organization of the evacuation of Jews expelled from Spain after the proclamation of the Edict of the Alhambra and their resettlement throughout the Ottoman Empire, but also by its amazing beauty and the grace of the architectural monument of modern Istanbul - the Bayezid Mosque (aka Bayezid Camii and Beyazit Mosque).
Apparently, the cult mega-structure erected in 1470 by order of the previous sultan - Mehmed II the Conqueror - the Fatih Mosque did not allow the crowned king to sleep peacefully, which is why he gave the command to build a mosque in the old part of the city on a square in the Beyazit quarter, which received his name.
Beyazidiye Camii was the second largest imperial mosque complex built in Constantinople after its conquest by the Turks in 1453. This huge religious building, erected in 1500-1505, in an architectural sense is not just a mosque, but a külliye (that is, a religious and charitable complex), which, in addition to the temple itself, includes a madrasah (educational institution) built a little later and located nearby ), hammam (bathhouse), ashkhana-imaret (public kitchen), caravanserai (a structure that serves as shelter and parking for travelers), tabhane (heated room for the sick) and several mausoleums (including türbe - the tomb of Sultan Bayezid II himself ).
All these structures, oddly enough, were not built according to the usual and traditional symmetrical principle for buildings of this kind, but are scattered throughout the entire territory of the complex. Numerous multilingual sources still cannot decide who was the author of the project for this mega-complex. But a number of researchers are inclined to believe that the architect of the Baezid Mosque was probably Yakubshah bin Sultan.
Although in other sources you may come across the name of the architects Sinan Hayreddin or Kemaleddin. One of the authors points out that the bones from the latter’s grave were moved to the Baezid Mosque in the first days of February 1922 during a solemn ceremony, which, according to the author, is a recognition by the Turks of the fact that it was Kemallidin who was the architect of this mosque.
Be that as it may, Bayezid Camii became the second largest selatin mosque (or selatin camisi mosque) in Constantinople (that is, a mosque commissioned by the sultan, who personally led a particular military campaign). If we talk about the architecture of the mosque itself, then we have one of the early versions of the so-called “Turkish” or central-domed mosque.
In my posts, I have already mentioned that this type of structure was a single building volume, which in plan could be of any shape - round, square (as in our case), polygonal, topped with a large dome that covered the main part of the internal space of the temple. The diameter of the main dome of Beyazit Mosque is almost 17 meters.
It is based on four columns and supported by two semi-domes in the north and south. A special feature of the Istanbul Baezid Mosque is the presence of so-called tabhanes (tabhanesi or tabhanedir). The latter in the early Ottoman era were something like a guest house or a nursing home.
Weak, disadvantaged, needy people, as well as travelers who had nowhere to stay, could temporarily stay in these buildings. Wandering dervishes who had just left the hospital, travel lovers, pilgrims and simply poor people were received here free of charge, including until they recovered. Tabkhani, as a rule, were built as separate buildings from the mosque, while in Bayezid Camii they, these same tabkhani, are designed in the form of two “wings” located from the southwest and northeast, covered with five domes of different sizes each and adjacent to the main volume of the temple.
Initially, these were separate structures, but later (approximately in the second half of the 16th - early 17th centuries), they were attached directly to the mussala. This T-shape is not typical for Turkish sacred architecture, but is found in several large Selatine mosques.
I did not set out to study this architectural feature in detail, so I cannot say with confidence that the Baezid Mosque is the only example in Istanbul of a religious building with tabhane, adjacent in the form of “wings” to the main volume of the temple. Bayezid Camii has only two minarets, and both are adjacent not to the main volume of the sacral, but to the mentioned tabkhans on both sides of the mosque at a distance of almost eighty meters from each other.
The right minaret has retained its original appearance, while the left one, damaged as a result of fires and earthquakes, has been restored several times, which is why both of these “beacons of faith” look different. And among the gurus of Muslim architecture there is a saying that the right minaret of Beyazit Mosque is “the only example of the transition from the Seljuks to the Ottomans in Istanbul.” The object is simply super interesting both architecturally and historically. Highly recommend!!!
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TravelingAmos
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While searching for Suleymaniye, I chanced upon this mosque and prayed here. It is beautiful inside. Outside there are some booksellers, including a store that sells works of calligraphy.
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TravelerTrecker
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mai 2023 • Alene
This is the oldest imperial mosque. It is located close to the Gran Bazaar and the University of Istanbul. It is walking distance from Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. I like the Beyazit Mosque. It has been recently restored. I looks very clean with impressive white walls. The interior is discrete. Walls are painted. The ablutions fountain and the internal patio are very nice. Not many people visit this mosque. the visit is actually relaxing.

Like most other mosques, there is no entrance fee. When I visited Istanbul in 2014, the mosque was under restoration. Now is perfect.
I suggest to dedicate one day to visit the Imperial Mosques. If so, do it in a historical order. You may start at Hagia Sophia; then visit the Beyazit Mosque; continue to the Prince Mosque and then go to the Suleyman Mosque. Finish with a visit to the Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmed). Jut walk.
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LolaGo1
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jun. 2023 • Alene
I stumbled upon this mosque when I was arriving at the Eminonu Pier from my trip to Kadikoy. I thought it was the Blue Mosque, the vendor selling corn and chestnuts told me it was the New Mosque.

Similar to other mosques, I had to take off my shoes here, no need to cover my head as I was wearing a hat.

I admired how huge this mosque is. Its ceilings and walls have beautiful paintings and designs. The columns have gold color motiffs. There is circular lightings at the middle of this mosque.

There are no lines, no hordes of tourists looking for the perfect spots to take pictures. I wondered why it was not as famous as the Blue Mosque and Hagai Sofia. Its location is perfect, can be seen as the ferry approaches the Eminonu Pier. Highly recommended to visit it.
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YeicGeztoz✔
Tyrkia31 868 bidrag
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apr. 2023 • Alene
Kendi adıyla ünlü Beyazıt maydanında yer almaktadır. 1500 - 1505 yılları arasında Osmanlı mimarisi tarzında II.Beyazıt tarafından yaptırılmıştır. Uzun süredir onarım çalışmalarından dolayı kapalı olan cami ibadete ve ziyarete açılmış.
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