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Erstellt von Barbaros, 29.05.2005, 21:34 Uhr · 1.379 Antworten · 164.134 Aufrufe

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    ihr seits ja alle behindert geworden

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    Zitat Zitat von Gostivari Beitrag anzeigen
    ihr seits ja alle behindert geworden
    Wir brauchen Abwechselung im Forum... deswegen das Ganze!

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    Istanbul ist ne sehr schöne Stadt hätte man sie nicht so oft zerstört Kreuzritter, Osmanen usw. wer sie heute um sehr vieles schöner würde das Hippodrom die vielen Byzantinischen Paläste und ein paar Kirchen noch stehen z.b. ist der schöne Markusdom in Venedig ein fast 1 zu 1 nachbau der Apostolkirche von Konstantinopel die die Osmanen abgerissen haben.
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    The four selected mosques in Istanbul, sponsored by famous Bosniaks
    The Atik Ali Pasha Mosque

    The Atik Ali Pasha Mosque was built in 1496, by the Grand vizier Gazi Ali Pasha who held that position at the time of Sultan Bayezid II. Ali Pasha was born in Sarajevo and educated in Istanbul. He distinguished himself as a very successful general and a man of confidence, which made him the tutor of the prince Abdullah. Before he became the Grand vizier (1501-1504 and 1506-1511) he held several very important positions. He was murdered in 1511, during the political conspiracy. He was buried in the Mosque’s graveyard.

    The Atik Ali Pasha Mosque is one of the oldest monumental mosques in Istanbul. The Mosque’s complex includes the madrasa, the imaret, the haniqah and the elementary school. The Mosque is located near the Kapali Bazaar, close to the Constantine’s column. The Mosque was built in the early Istanbul style, with a central dome, semi-dome above the mihrab and the side chambers, vaulted by two smaller domes. Unfortunately, we don’t know who was the architect.

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    The Rustem Pasha Mosque

    The Grand vizier Rustem Pasha is one of the most important persons of the Ottoman Empire. He was born in Sarajevo, sometime between the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16th century. He was the Grand vizier of Sultan Suleyman I. He was educated in Istanbul, and gradually progressed in his career. He was married to the Sultan Suleyman’s daughter, the princess Mihrimah. Besides being a good administrator he is also known as the art lover and the art collector.

    The Rustem Pasha Mosque was built in 1562, after his death. The architect was famous Mimar Sinan. The Mosque is well known by its amazing Iznik tiles that decorate almost the entire interior.

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    The Sinan Pasha Mosque

    Sinan Pasha was an admiral of the Ottoman fleet, between 1550 and 1554. He was Rustem Pasha’s brother, born in Mostar or Sarajevo. His mosque is located in the district of Besiktas, near the tomb of Hajrudin Barbarossa, built in 1555. The architect was Mimar Sinan. Besides the Mosque, the madrasa and the hammam were built close to it, but unfortunately, they do not exist any more. Mimar Sinan, in his design, was inspired by the Uc Serefeli Mosque from 15th century.

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    The Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic Mosque

    The Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic was the most famous Grand vizier in history of the Ottoman Empire. He was born at the beginning of the 16th century, in the East part of Bosnia. He was Grand vizier of three sultans: Suleiman I, Selim II and Murat III. During that time, it was mostly his merit that the Ottoman Empire reached its expansion and political peak. He was married to the daughter of Sultan Selim II. He was assassinated in 1579.

    We are presenting one of his two big mosques, the Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic Mosque, located in the district of Kadriga and built in 1572. The Mosque is known as one of the best achievements of Mimar Sinan. Inside the Mosque there are extraordinary Iznik tiles in Hatayi style. In the Mosque’s complex there is the famous madrasa, still in use today.

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    A piece of Turkey


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