Visiting Sahaba Tombs and Sacred Belongings of Prophet Hz.Muhammad ( S.A.V ) Istanbul
The Prophet Muhammad ( SAW ) said: “Verily you shall conquer Constantinople. What a wonderful leader its leader shall be, and what a wonderful army that army will be!” (Musnad Ahmad).
TOUR PROGRAMME : This is a religious ziyarat and tours for muslim families and individuals that are visiting istanbul for vacation or before or after their Umrah or Hac trips.
Half Day Sahaba Tour and Half Day Topkapi Palace Visit
including Topkapi Palace Ticket and lunch
* Pickup from the hotel at 10:00 Am
* Visiting Yeralti Camii ( Underground Mosque ) ,
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Vehb Bin Huseyre
* Visiting Tomb of Amr Bin As
* Visiting Tomb of Sufyan Bin Uyeyne
* Edirnekapi & City Walls Area Visit
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Abdullah El-Hudri
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Hafir
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Abdulsiddik Bin Amir
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Ebu Seybetul Huri
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Muhammed-Ul Ensari
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Ahmad El Ensari
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Kaap ( RA )
* Visiting Tomb of Cabir ( RA )
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Hamidullah El Ensari
* Visiting Tomb of Hz. Muhammed El Ensari
* Visiting Tomb of Edhem ( RA )
* Visiting Tomb of Ebu Derdag Sahabei Ikr.
* Eyup Mosque & Cemetery Visit
* Visiting Tomb of Eyup El Ensari ( RA )
* Lunch in a local Turkish restaurant
* Return to SULTANAHMET Area around between 14:30 Pm – 15 : 00 Pm
* After tour finishs we will go to Sultanahmet and give tour ticket for Topkapi Palace Museum. You will visit inside and please dont forget to visit Islamic Section of the palace where you will see all precious things including Muhammad’s ( S.A.V ) cloak and sword.
* Return back to hotel - 17:00
Tour Includes ;
Hotel Pick up & Drop off,
Private minivan & Driver,
English speaking tour guide,
Lunch in a Local Restaurant,
Museum Entrance fees,
Photos from our Sahabe Tomb visits / ziyarats in Istanbul
first mosque on the European side of Istanbul was built inside the Rumeli Castle in 1452. The first grand mosque which was built in
the city proper is the EyUp Sultan Mosque (1458), while the first imperial mosque inside the city
walls was the Fatih
Mosque (1470) which was built on the
site of the Church of the Holy Apostles, an
important Byzantine church which was originally edificed in the
time of Constantine the Great.
imperial mosques were built in the following centuries, such as the famous Suleymaniye
Mosque (1557) which was ordered by Suleiman
the Magnificent and designed by the great Ottoman architect Sinan, and the famous Sultan Ahmet
Mosque (1616) which is also known as the Blue
Mosque for the blue tiles which adorn its interior.
Istanbul was the final seat of the Islamic Caliphate, between 1517 and 1924. The
personal belongings of Mohammed and the earliest Caliphs who followed him are today preserved in the Topkapı Palace, the EyUp Sultan
Mosque and in several other prominent mosques of Istanbul.
Note : In the tours, ziyarats we explain you the stories of the places and the importance of the tombs, sahabas & Evliyas buried in Istanbul.
* About Eyup El Ensari : He is the companion and standard bearer of the prophet Mohammed. The tomb is located in the Eyup district in Istanbul beyond the old city walls of Constantinople on the south part of the Golden Horn.
* Eyup Sultan Mosque : It was built by the grave of the armor-bearer
prophet Muhammad who died during Constantinople attack.
* Topkapi Palace : After the conquest of Istanbul by Mehmed the Conqueror at 1453, construction of the Topkapı Palace was started at the year 1460 and completed at 1478 . Palace was built upon a 700.000 squaremeters area on an Eastern Roman Acropolis located at the Istanbul Peninsula between Sea of Marmara, Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. Topkapı Palace, was the administrative, educational and art center of the Empire for nearly four hundred years since Mehmed the Conqueror until Sultan Abdulmecid who is the thirty-first Sultan. Although Palace was abandoned by the Ottoman Dynasty by moving to the Dolmabahçe Palace at middle 19th century, Topkapı Palace was protected its importance everytime.
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Full Day Sahaba and Topkapi Palace Tour
2 - 4 person
5 - 10 person
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- This is a private tour that organised on request.
- Topkapi Paalce is closed on Tuesdays. !!!
- Children 0-6 Free.
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Photo from Our Group Tour for Islamic Ziyarat in Istanbul and Konya
Pavilion of the Holy Mantle and Holy Relics
The Privy Room (Has Oda) was constructed in the Inner Courtyard in the time of Sultan Mehmed II (r. 1451–81) to serve as the private apartments of the sultan, for which purpose it was used until the middle of the 16th century. Prior to their accession to the throne, the sultans would come to this room to pray and receive homage from the Privy Room officials before leaving for the ceremony.
The Chamber of the Holy Relics, located within the Privy Room, contains religious objects sent to the Ottoman sultans at various times between Sultan Selim the Grim’s assumption of the caliphate in the 16th century to the end of the 19th century. The caliphate passed from the Abbasids to the Ottomans with Selim’s conquest of Mamluk Egypt in 1517, upon which event the Holy Mantle of the Prophet (Hırka-i Sa`âdet) was given to Selim by al-Mutawakkil III, the last Abbasid caliph. The dispatching of holy relics to Istanbul would continue thereafter, particularly during the period of increasing Wahhabi assaults on holy places and objects in the late 18th and the 19th century, when such objects were gradually removed to the Chamber of the Holy Relics for greater protection. Similarly, the holy objects found in Medina were sent toTopkapı Palace for the same reason during the First World War.
Among the most important holy relics to be collected in this way between the 16th century and the first half of the 20th century were the Holy Mantle of the Prophet; the hair from the Prophet’s beard; the reliquary in which was kept the Prophet’s tooth, broken during the Battle of Uhud on 19 March 625; and the footprints, letters, bow, and sword of the Prophet. There are also holy relics attributed to other prophets and to the companions of the Prophet Muhammad: the tray used by Abraham; the staff of Moses; the sword of David; the robe of Joseph; the swords of the Prophet Muhammad’s companions; and the shirt, mantle, praying mat, and chest of Muhammad’s daughter Fatimah.