Şeyh Kutbettin Camii
The city museum is housed in a soup kitchen that Sultan Murat I built for his mother, Nilüfer Hatun, in 1388. Born a Byzantine princess,...
Built between 1378 and 1387 under Sultan Murat I, Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) has Seljuk Turkish proportions, influenced by Seljuk...
Hacı Özbek Camii
In the centre of town on Kılıçaslan Caddesi, Hacı Özbek Camii, dating from 1332, is one of İznik's oldest mosques.
'Black Sea' specialises in pide with toppings such as sucuk (spicy sausage) and lahmacun (Arabic-style pizza, ₺2.50).
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Şeyh Kutbettin Camii information
Across the road to the south of İznik Museum is the restored Şeyh Kutbettin Camii (1492).