Mosque of Eyüp Sultan

1800

Located in Eyüp on the northern tip of the Golden Horn, where one of the first followers of Islam, Eyyubu El-Ensari was buried after he was killed during the Arab siege of Constantinople. Mehmed II ordered the construction of a shrine and a mosque on the location. The first mosque, which was completed in 1458, was later destroyed, with the present structure constructed by Uzun Hüseyin Efendi between 1798 and 1800.



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İslambey, Eyüp Sultan Bulvarı, Eyüp Sultan Meydanı, 34050 Eyüp - İstanbul
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