Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!

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Although Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul is one of the most conservative streets in Turkey due to the religious community in Carsamba, but Al-Fateh Street has many distinct things that you can practice and see! And of course Al-Fateh Street is classified specifically from the historical Ottoman streets, and the location of Arab travelers It will be your guide to introduce you to the things that you should not miss there!

Fatih Street in Istanbul:

Fatih Mosque in Istanbul – Fatih Mosque

The mosque was built between 1462 and 1470 by Muhammad Al-Fateh who put the end of the Byzantine Empire after it lasted eleven centuries. The Al-Fateh Mosque was built on the site of the Holy Church after it was demolished, and some building materials from the church have been reused, such as cutting The pillars and stones are foundations in the courtyard of the Al-Fatih Mosque. Although the mosque you see today is not the same as the one that was originally built due to the earthquake, but the mosque is still a great example of Turkish Islamic architecture at the time of its construction, you can go see the tomb of Muhammad al-Fatih And his wife is outside the mihrab of the mosque, a popular place of worship Most tourists visit it.Al Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste - Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!Fatih Mosque in Istanbul – Fatih Mosque1581209159 199 Al Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste - Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!Fatih Mosque in Istanbul – Fatih Mosque

Buy a book!

Next to the historic Bayezid Mosque, which is one of the mosques of the Ottoman Sultans and one of the largest mosques in Istanbul, you will find a used book market and its name is a shrine so if you love books, this charming market is full of used books, historical maps, old texts and other rare things at very cheap prices which made it one of the most famous Places that attract locals.1581209159 955 Al Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste - Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!Suhavla Used Books Market on Fatih Street in Istanbul Read also: Cheap markets in Istanbul ..

The Grand Bazaar

One of the largest and oldest covered markets around the world is the Grand Bazaar which attracts a large number of visitors every day. It was built during the reign of Sultan Mehmed II the conqueror and specifically during his second reign and opens every day except Sunday, and the bazaar is famous for its picturesque and vibrant colors in its streets where The bazaar has more than 60 streets! The bazaar offers a wide range of goods from jewelry, carpets and ceramics to food and clothing. Even if you do not want to buy anything, spend one day on foot to visit the shops there that will surely awaken all your senses and reveal the atmosphere Romantic in a Old Tunbol accompanied by a dose of originality.1581209159 62 Al Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste - Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!The Grand Bazaar

Where do you eat dinner?

Are you one of those travelers who love to discover the famous food and taste it in every country? If you are so, we advise you to go to the rooftop restaurant that offers the most famous types of seafood in Turkey. The most important characteristic of this restaurant is that it overlooks the picturesque Sultan Ahmed Mosque with its distinctive decoration, as well as It gives you the opportunity to see most of the sights of the city from your seat while eating! We advise you to go to the restaurant at sunset so that you do not miss this scene from the top of the restaurant. This restaurant can be the best place to say goodbye to the city when you finish your visit.1581209159 291 Al Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste - Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!The rooftop restaurant also read: the most beautiful tourist places near Istanbul

Wednesday Market (Al-Fateh Bazaar)

It is a popular popular market on Al-Fateh Street, and challenging. The market is located behind the Al-Fateh Mosque, which opens every four days where traffic stops and roads are closed, and the plastic bags are suspended from building to building over the market until the bags protect visitors from the sun or rain. You can go there today to get fruits, vegetables, cheese, olives, herbs, spices and even clothes, shoes, bags and haberdashery. The most beautiful thing about this market is the liveliness that you will find among the locals!1581209159 111 Al Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste - Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!Wednesday Market (Al-Fateh Bazaar)

Women’s market (women’s bazaar)

One of the most famous Al-Fateh Street markets that attracts local women and tourists to visit it, as the Women’s Bazaar was able to occupy its place among the 12 most exciting streets in Europe, according to the report of the tourist attache for the New York Times, you can find there are many shops that sell dresses Weddings, engagement and evening dresses, as many of the market include some of the popular restaurants and cafes.1581209159 484 Al Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste - Al-Fateh Street in Istanbul .. a street with the taste of Ottoman history!Women’s market (women’s bazaar)

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