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Sehzade Mosque is a 16th-century Ottoman imperial mosque located in the district of Fatih. It was commissioned by Süleyman the Magnificent as a memorial to his son Sehzade Mehmed who died in 1543. It is sometimes referred to as the “Prince’s Mosque” in English.
Valens Aqueduct (Bozdoğan Kemeri)
The Valens Aqueduct is a Roman aqueduct which was the major water-providing system of the Eastern Roman capital of Constantinople. Completed by Roman Emperor Valens in the late 4th century AD, it was maintained and used by the Byzantines and later the Ottomans, and remains one of the most important landmarks of the city.
Fatih Mosque (The Conqueror’s Mosque) is an Ottoman imperial mosque. It was one of the largest examples of Turkish-Islamic architecture in Istanbul and represented an important stage in the development of classic Turkish architecture. It is named after Ottoman sultan Mehmed the Conqueror, known in Turkish as Fatih Sultan Mehmed, the Ottoman sultan who conquered Constantinople in 1453.
Fener & Balat
Fener is a quarter midway up the Golden Horn within the district of Fatih. The streets in the area are full of historic wooden mansions, churches, and synagogues dating from the Byzantine and Ottoman eras. Balat is the traditional Jewish quarter in the Fatih district.
Bulgarian St. Stephen Church
Bulgarian St Stephen Church, also known as the Bulgarian Iron Church, is a Bulgarian Orthodox church in Balat. It is famous for being made of prefabricated cast iron elements in the neo-Gothic style. The church belongs to the Bulgarian minority in the city.