Nuruosmaniye Camii
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Taner
Izmir, Tyrkia860 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Alene
Nuruosmaniye Mosque, also known as Osmani and Nuruosmani and meaning "Light of the Ottomans", is in the district named after itself. The mosque, whose construction started during the reign of Sultan Mahmud I, was completed by Osman III in 1755. The architect of the mosque is Mustafa Ağa. Nuruosmaniye Mosque is surrounded by a large outer courtyard with two gates. It has outbuildings such as a madrasa, soup kitchen, library, muvakkit room, fountain, fountain, and shops and an inn around it. The inner courtyard of this mosque, which has the general characteristics of the Baroque Style, is completely detailed on the basis of a classical plan and has 14 domes sitting on 12 semicircular halls. The main interior part of the mosque is built on a square plan and its mihrab is patterned. The High Dome, which is quite large in diameter, is carried by arches sitting on the walls. The mosque is illuminated by 174 windows in five rows, which provides a lot of infrastructure for this financial mosque. The windows are cheap and in Baroque style. The Surah Al-Fath is Written in a Belt at the End of the Dome Arches on the Wall. Exterior Directions of the Mosque Written by Yedikuleli-Zade Seyyid Abdülhalim. Celi Calligraphy (The name given to the large written forms of all kinds of script in calligraphy art) are the works of Bursa Museummaster Ali Ağa and Katip-Zade Mehmed Refi Efendi.
Skrevet 20. mai 2024
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wombatdavid
Hobart, Australia2 621 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
We stumbled across this mosque as we were walking near the Grand Bazaar. It is very interesting to go inside for free and much better than paying 25€….
Skrevet 8. april 2024
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mehmet a
Istanbul, Tyrkia25 568 bidrag
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jan. 2024 • Alene
Nuruosmaniye Mosque, which I pass through every time I go to the Grand Carsiya, has a porch and a polygonal courtyard. It does not have a fountain, it has ablution facilities in the front and back. Its courtyard is used as a passageway between the Grand Bazaar, Cağaloğlu and Çemberlitaş. The Hünkâr mahfil is at the end of the eastern corridor. It has two minarets with two balconies adjacent to the building with stone cones. Stone finials instead of lead were used for the first time in this mosque. Its interior decoration is excellent and worth seeing.
Skrevet 8. januar 2024
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Igor Alexeev
Moskva, Russland129 193 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Par
The Nuruosmaniye Mosque (Nuruosmaniye Camii - “The Sacred Light of Osman” or “the light of Osman’s House”) was built in the “Ottoman Baroque” style in the mid-18th century. The ensemble includes a mosque, a “royal pavilion”, a mausoleum, a madrasah, an imaret, sebili fountains and a library. On the northern corners of the front portico there are two 60-meter minarets. The creator of the complex is the Greek Simeon Kalfa. Nuruosmaniye-jami has survived to this day almost unchanged...
Skrevet 23. november 2023
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IlyaNJ
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okt. 2023 • Alene
Hard to miss if you walk from Sultanahmet to the Grand Bazaar, this is one of the lesser-visited grand mosques in central Istanbul. It was once described to me as the most "Baroque" of all mosques, even though I find it understated and elegant. Well worth stopping by to admire. Keep in mind, that all mosque are off-limits to visitors for about an hour around each service.
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investigator64
Ivanovo, Russland42 173 bidrag
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okt. 2022 • Par
Nurosmaniye is not just a mosque in the Çemberlitaş microdistrict of the Fatih district, it is an amazing sacred complex consisting of a mosque (cami), a madrasah, a dining room (imaret), a tomb (türbe), a library (kütüphane) and a sebil (sebil), which are surrounded by a wall. This complex also includes a hotel (han) and several shops (dükkan) built outside the fence. Describing the entire complex is not an easy task, and the size of this post will not allow us to describe in all its glory what we saw.
Therefore, I will allow myself to dwell only on the main building of the complex - the Nuruosmaniye Camii Mosque. A couple of “strokes” on the history of the building. The beginning of all this sacred and architectural action was laid in 1749 by Mahmud I, the 24th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. Despite having several wives and concubines, Mahmud I remained childless, and after his death in December 1754, the throne of the empire was succeeded by his half-brother Osman III.
It was under him that the construction of the Nuruosmaniye Mosque was completed in 1755. Almost nothing is known about the authors of the construction project - the Ottoman architect of Greek origin Simeon Kalfa and his assistant - the native Mustafa Agha. But the process of constructing the sacral itself is documented in detail by the construction manager Ahmed Efendi in the work “Tarih-i Cami-i Serif-i Nur-i Osmani”.
If anyone is interested, there are links to this creation on the net. Stefanos Erasimos, a Turkish and French historian of Greek origin, assessing the architecture of the Nuruosmaniye Mosque, came to the conclusion that Simeon Kalfa, on the one hand, continued the tradition, taking as a basis the work of the great Mimar Sinan, including the search for a large dome (and Nuruosmaniye Camii has the fourth largest dome among the mosques in Istanbul), on the other hand, he introduced a number of architectural innovations, freely designing the remaining elements of the mosque. Summarizing everything we have read about the architecture of the Nuruosmaniye Complex, we can say that during its construction, the architects focused on using mainly the Baroque style of the Western architectural concept, naturally, using classical elements of the Ottoman Baroque.
The erected mosque was named Nuruosmaniye: firstly, in honor of Sultan Osman III (“Nur-u Osmani” translated into “the language of the native aspen” means “The Sacred Light of Osman”); secondly, because of the 174 windows, which simply flood the interior of the building with streams of sunlight. A few touches for the architecture of the Nuruosmaniye Mosque. The main volume, built of cut stone and marble, is covered by a single dome with a diameter of 25 meters and a height of 43.5 meters.
One of the engineering novelties: during the construction of the mosque, a system of iron fastenings was used, running from the floor, through the walls, to the base of the dome. The general form of the structure is a structure in which “straight lines running everywhere turn into curves.” The courtyard of the mosque is horseshoe-shaped, which is essentially unprecedented for Ottoman religious buildings. In addition, there is no fountain for ablution (shadirvan) in the center of the courtyard!!!
The two minarets are equipped with two shufreh (balconies) each. The Nuruosmaniye complex represents a turning point in the history of Ottoman architecture: being built during a period of special influence of Western trends and reflecting the trends and innovations of Western architecture, it has managed to preserve the splendor of its first day in the bustle of a city with many millions. Highly recommend!!!
Skrevet 25. september 2023
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timhass
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aug. 2023 • Familie
Beautiful masjid and right next to Istanbul old bazaar. The design is similar to Istanbul blue masjid
Skrevet 2. september 2023
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tripsandfood55
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jul. 2023
As you come out of one of the Grand Bazaar exits, you will find is the The Nuruosmaniye Mosque that was built in the 18th-century and was the first monumental Ottoman building to show Ottoman Baroque style (Influenced by European Baroque architecture). Nuruosmaniye, meaning "The light of Osman" Entry is free. If in the area, also close by is the Column of Constantine, that is worth finding.
Skrevet 21. juli 2023
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David Rivir
Dinant, Belgia1 261 bidrag
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jul. 2023 • Alene
Pas la plus grande et plus majestueuse de la ville
Mais agréable à découvrir en pleine balade dans le quartier du grand bazar
Skrevet 10. juli 2023
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Angeles Echevarria
Bilbao, Spania2 092 bidrag
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apr. 2023 • Par
Es pequeña y perfectamente renovada. Nadie te dice nada y hay un chico joven de guarfisn, en la primera que lo vemos. Esta pegando al Gran Bazar
Skrevet 25. april 2023
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