|The Blue Mosque @ Sultanahmet|
|Entrance F that saved me from the long walk...:)|
|The entrance to the mosque. Everyone needs to take off their shoes and |
put them in plastic bags provided at the entrance
|View from my room...Aerial2 ni memang kacau daon...|
|Yg ni pulak, Night view from our room. Everyday, kami dengar azan subuh dari bilik,|
memang dekat sebenarnya hotel dengan masjid.
|Rumput yang menghijau..I wonder what happen to the grass in Jan or Feb? Still preserving its greenery? Kat sana|
sikit ada fountain...
|Kami pon ambik peluang jugak tangkap gambar... Mintak tlng tourist lain..he..he..|
|This section is open for all visitors|
|This section is only for the muslims to pray. No tourists permitted to enter this area,|
unless they want to pray, of course.
| The chandeliers. This side is allocated for the muslims to pray. Visitors are not allowed to enter|
this side as to give respect to people who want to pray.
The ladies have a separate place to pray that isjust behind this area.
|This is the boundary for the visitors.|
| The interior of the mosque is lined with more than 20,000 handmade ceramic tiles. The upper parts are mostly|
blue in color.
|Ablution tap. Left photo: Quranic verse mounted|
on the wall
That's about it for the Blue Mosque. Kalau ada rezeki
sampai ke Istanbul, make sure u all singgah sini ya...! Oh ya, before i sign off, Salam Maulidur Rasul to all Muslims all over the world.
|This one is for all of my readers! TQ all for visiting!|