Mihrimah Mosque, or Iskele Mosque, is the mosque that Mimar Sinan built for Mihrimah Sultan, the daughter of Suleiman the Magnificent, who is from Hürrem Sultan, located in the square in Üsküdar district of Istanbul. It is one of Sinan's early works. Its dome is supported by half domes on three sides, but there is no half-dome on the front facade. When viewed towards the İskele Mosque from the Bayezid fire tower or from a high point in that area in April and May; The sunrise between the two minarets of the Iskele Mosque at sunrise and the moonrise at sunset (on the 14th of every month according to the Hijri calendar) can be observed.
If you look at the west horizon from the same tower towards Edirnekapı; In the Mihr-î Mah Sultan Edirnekapı Complex, one can watch the sunset in the morning and the sunset.
Mihr-î Mah means Sun and Moon.