The Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul, built by Sinan’s pupil Mehmet Ağa, is a major work of Ottoman architecture.
The Süleymaniye Mosque (Turkish: Süleymaniye Camii) is one of the great mosques in İstanbul. It was built by order of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent in a very short construction period between the years 1550 and 1557 and is an important work of the architect Sinan.
The portico of the Quwwat ul-Islam Mosque framing the courtyard area consists of columns/pillars from destroyed Hindu and Jain temples.
The court of the Lions surrounded by porticoes, halls, and chambers, supported by light and slender pillars of white marble.
The Alcázar of Seville is the medieval royal palace of Seville.
Cathedral of Córdoba. Cordoba was a leading cultural and economic centre of both the Mediterranean and the Islamic world.
Boabdil el Chico’s Farewel. The Conquest of Grenada. The Moors paused involuntarily to take a farewell glance at their beloved city.
First Dragoman, messenger of the Turkish Sultan. Historical Ottoman Empire officials. The costume of Turkey by Octavian Dalvimart.