Muradiye Cami

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A walk of 10 to 15 minutes Northeast of the Selimiye along Mimar Sinan Caddesi brings you to the Muradiye Cami, built for Sultan Murat II and topped with an unusual cupola. Finished in 1436 it once housed a Mevlevi whirling dervish lodge. The mosque’s T shaped plan, with twin eyvans (vaulted halls) and fine Iznik tiles, are reminiscent of Ottoman work in Bursa.

The small cemetery harbours the tombstone  of Seyhulislam Musa Kazim Efendi, the Ottoman Empire’s last chief Islamic judge who fled the British occupation of Istanbul after WWI and died here in 1920.

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Meydan, 22000 Edirne Merkez/Edirne

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