Suleymaniye Mosque, which was built by Mimar Sinan between 1551 and 1557 by Suleiman the Magnificent, i.e. Suleiman the Magnificent, as it is known to the world, is located in Beyazıt. It consists of the Suleymaniye Mosque, along with madrasas, a cemetery, a hospital, a primary school, a Turkish bath, a library, a soup kitchen and shops. The tombs of Mimar Sinan, Suleiman the Magnificent and Hürrem Sultan are located in the Süleymaniye Complex.
The best way to get interesting information about the Süleymaniye Mosque is to go and see the mosque in person. Many creative ideas, such as ostrich eggs that protect the mosque from insect and scorpion invasion, and the production of ink from the soot of acoustic and oil lamps that Mimar Sinan calculated with empty cubes for weeks, will double your admiration.