Nuruosmaniye Mosque

UNESCO-listed Nuruosmaniye Mosque in Istanbul features Baroque influence, a vast dome, and a tranquil atmosphere.

It is an Ottoman mosque in baroque style at Çemberlitaş neighborhood which was built between 1748-1755 by architects Mehmet Aga at the entrance of Grand Bazaar. The construction works were begun by decree of Sultan I. Mahmud and completed during the rule of Sultan III. Osman, who is the brother and successor of him. 

4 Vezirhan Caddesi 34120 İstanbul Turkey