Mosques in Istanbul

Sultan Ahmet Camii is called the Blue Mosque because of its interior tiles, mostly on the upper level and difficult to see unless you're right up there with them.
Dolmabahce Mosque is located in the south of Dolmabahce Palace, on the coast and it's is one of the ornamented mosques constructed in Baroque style.
The Suleymaniye Mosque is located in the historic quarter of Istanbul. Suleymaniye Mosque built in the 16th century and is considered to be the most beautiful of the imperial mosques in Istanbul.
The Mosque and Mausoleum of Eyup Sultan, located outside the corner where the land walls meet the walls along the Golden Horn, is considered a sacred site for Moslems.
The Fatih Mosque constructed at the Conqueror's orders was designed by a great architect named Sinan the Elder.