Sacred Places

Ahrida Sinagogu (Ahrida Synagogue)
The Balat district, between Ayvansaray and Fener, was the most important Jewish settlement in Istanbul during the 17th Century. Some claim that its name derives from a Turkish rendering of the Greek "palation," or palace, owing to the presence of the nearby Blahernai (Vlaherna) palace. ...
8 votes, average: 4.13 out of 58 votes, average: 4.13 out of 58 votes, average: 4.13 out of 58 votes, average: 4.13 out of 58 votes, average: 4.13 out of 5
8 votes
All Saints Kilisesi (All Saints Church)
The All Saints Church, located in Moda in the district of Kadıköy, was constructed in 1878 after the Crimea War. ...
28 votes, average: 4.61 out of 528 votes, average: 4.61 out of 528 votes, average: 4.61 out of 528 votes, average: 4.61 out of 528 votes, average: 4.61 out of 5
28 votes
Arap Camiisi (Arab Mosque)
It is not known by exactly whom or when the Arab Mosque (Turkish: Arap Camii) in Galata was built. ...
17 votes, average: 4.18 out of 517 votes, average: 4.18 out of 517 votes, average: 4.18 out of 517 votes, average: 4.18 out of 517 votes, average: 4.18 out of 5
17 votes
Aşkenazi Sinagogu (Ashkenazi Synagogue)
The Ashkenazi Synagogue was built by Ashkenazi Jews from Austria in 1909 around the Galata Tower and remains in active use to this day. ...
28 votes, average: 4.25 out of 528 votes, average: 4.25 out of 528 votes, average: 4.25 out of 528 votes, average: 4.25 out of 528 votes, average: 4.25 out of 5
28 votes
Atik Ali Paşa Camiisi (Atik Ali Pasa Mosque)
The Atik Ali Paşa Mosque, located inside the old Constantine Forum, was built in 1496. ...
27 votes, average: 4.85 out of 527 votes, average: 4.85 out of 527 votes, average: 4.85 out of 527 votes, average: 4.85 out of 527 votes, average: 4.85 out of 5
27 votes
Atik Valide Camiisi (Atik Valide Mosque)
The Atik Valide Mosque was designed by the architect Sinan and is one of the two large mosque complexes in Istanbul. ...
3 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 53 votes, average: 4.33 out of 5
3 votes
Aya Triada Rum Ortodoks Kilisesi (Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church)
(Turkish: Aya Triada Rum Katolik Kilisesi), whose dome rises above Istiklal Caddesi near its conjuncture with Taksim Square, is Istanbul’s largest Greek Catholic church. Still in use by Greek Catholics today, the church’s construction began in 1876 and it was opened to worshipers in 1880. ...
35 votes, average: 4.74 out of 535 votes, average: 4.74 out of 535 votes, average: 4.74 out of 535 votes, average: 4.74 out of 535 votes, average: 4.74 out of 5
35 votes
Aya Yorgi Fener Rum Ortodoks Patrikhanesi Kilisesi (Patriarchal Church of St. George)
The Patriarchal Church of St. George (Turkish: Aya Yorgi Fener Rum Ortodoks Patrikhanesi Kilisesi) is a church that since the 6th Century has been affiliated with the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate. ...
38 votes, average: 4.24 out of 538 votes, average: 4.24 out of 538 votes, average: 4.24 out of 538 votes, average: 4.24 out of 538 votes, average: 4.24 out of 5
38 votes
Ayazma Camiisi (Ayazma Mosque)
The Ayazma Mosque, located in Üsküdar, was built by Mustafa III between the years 1760-1761. It takes its name from the Ayazma Palace, which already stood in the area at the time of the mosque’s construction. ...
48 votes, average: 4.65 out of 548 votes, average: 4.65 out of 548 votes, average: 4.65 out of 548 votes, average: 4.65 out of 548 votes, average: 4.65 out of 5
48 votes
Aziz Mahmut Hüdayi Camiisi (Aziz Mahmut Hudayi Mosque)
The Aziz Mahmut Hudayi Mosque was built in 1594 by Ayşe Hanım Sultan, the daughter of Mihrimah Sultan and the Grand Vizier Rüstem Paşa, for Aziz Mahmud Hudayi who served as Qadi in Edirne, Egypt, Sham(Syria) and Bursa. ...
10 votes, average: 4.10 out of 510 votes, average: 4.10 out of 510 votes, average: 4.10 out of 510 votes, average: 4.10 out of 510 votes, average: 4.10 out of 5
10 votes
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