The Tekkiye Süleymaniye is a mosque complex designed by the renowned Ottoman architect Sinan for Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent in 1553-1554 (960-961 AH). Sinan, likely born around 1490 (895 AH) to Greek parents in Anatolia, had converted to Islam and become a military engineer as a young man. His works were eventually noticed by Sultan Selim I, who appointed him court architect in 1538 (945 AH), a post at which he remained for fifty years. For many projects, including this one, Sinan delegated direct supervision to an assistant while he remained in Istanbul. This Dataverse contains panoramic images for Tekkiye Süleymaniye
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Aug 28, 2018
Directorate-General of Antiquities and Museums, 2018, "Tekkiye Süleymaniye Dataset",, Borealis, V1
The Tekkiye Süleymaniye Dataset includes scan maps, and panorama images compressed in RAR format.
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