The royal lodge in the eastern corner, elevated on ten marble columns and concealed with a gilded metal lattice. Its ceiling is notable for its elaborate wood carving. The mihrab niche of the lodge, carved into a pier along the qibla wall, is visible behind the balustrade

Istanbul, Turkey

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