One of Istanbul's most iconic structures and Turkey's World Heritage Sites, the Blue Mosque is an architectural wonder.
So named for the beautiful, blue tiles that line its inner walls, the 17th century building itself is actually made of pale stone. And while it may appear plainly-coloured at first, at different times of the day and in various weather conditions, you'll quickly notice its range of vibrant hues.
Take an evening seat by the fountain of Sultan Ahmet Park and admire this magnificent place of worship as the call to prayer fills the air, leading the symphony of sounds emanating from surrounding mosques.
Here are some of the changing faces of the ever enchanting Blue Mosque.