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Yavuz Sultan Selim Külliyesinin avlusunda Şehzadeler Türbesi. MİMAR SİNAN

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Mahidevran Gülbahar Sultan (Ottoman Turkish: ماه دوران سلطان, c. 1500 – 3 February 1581) was haseki sultan to Suleiman the Magnificent and mother of Şehzade Mustafa, Şehzade Ahmed and Raziye Sultan of the Ottoman Empire.

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Rüstem Paşa Mosque - Rüstem Paşa for whom the mosque is named, was a grand vizier and prime minister in the court of Süleyman the Magnificent (Sultan Süleyman I). He was also married to Süleyman’s only daughter, Mihrimah, who oversaw the construction of the mosque as a memorial after her husband’s death. Theirs was a marriage that very nearly didn’t happen.

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Selimiye Camii

The Selimiye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque, which is located in the city of Edirne, Turkey. The mosque was commissioned by Sultan Selim II, and was built by architect Mimar Sinan.

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Yavuz Sultan Selim Camii Avlu Gİriş Kapısı

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Ayşe Hafsa Valide Sultan was the first Valide Sultan (Queen Mother) of the Ottoman Empire, wife of Selim I and mother of Suleiman the Magnificent. During the period between her son's enthronement in 1520 and her death in 1534, she was one of the most influential persons in the Empire, as her son's de facto co-regent during these fourteen years, coming second only to the sovereign, which is a point remarked also by the ambassadors of European powers at the Ottoman court.

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Dolmabahçe'deki Bezm-i Alem Valide Sultan Camii ve Ritz Carlton Hotel, Beşiktaş İstanbul Turkey

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Architecture ,For Fleshs and Souls.

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Istanbul, Turkey: The Aya Sophia was built at the direction of Emperor Justine in the 6th century and has served as both Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Church -- and for nearly 1000 years the largest in the world, until St Peter’s basilica was built. In 1453 the Ottoman Empire conquered Constantinople and renamed it Istanbul and at this point Süleyman the Magnificent transformed the then church into a mosque, added the minarets and changed the name to Aya Sofia. by MichaelLevy

Sublime Reflection, a photo from Istanbul, Marmara | TrekEarth

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Nusretiye Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

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