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With a medresa educational institute and hammam added later, the site developed into the first social complex built outside the walls of Constantinople. The complex has been renovated several times and was seriously damaged during an earthquake in In the nineteenth century, Sultan Selim III replaced the old mosque with the present-day one, adorned with Baroque style decorations. As it is one of the most sacred destination for Muslim pilgrims, make sure your outfit is appropriate before entering the premises.
With your Istanbulkart, you can take a 10 minute ride to the top of Pierre Loti hill, getting fabulous views over the Golden Horn.
Due to its limited capacity, there is always a long line of people waiting to get on the lift. You will want to avoid the line especially during weekends; take a 15 minute walk through the cemetery to reach the destination.
Strolling along the cemetery paths is quite pleasant during the daytime. If all tables are taken, go to the vista point. Located at the northwest of the Golden Horn, the view from Pierre Loti hill is surprisingly different from the one of Bosphorus. With the tranquil waterway, lavish greenery, and the peaceful residences, visitors can see a different side of the city. Pierre Loti, the pseudonym of Louis Marie-Julien Viaud, was a French author and navy officer who fell in love with Istanbul after his first visit in Instead of settling in Pera district like most Europeans, Loti moved to the holiest neighborhood of the city, which non-Muslims barely visited at the time.
View from Pierre Loti Hill.
Pierre Loti Cafe, Istanbul
Pierre Loti : Aziyadé