Re: Baha'i historical sites in Turkey...?

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Posted by Dawud on June 19, 2101 at 19:08:48:

In Reply to: Re: Baha'i historical sites in Turkey...? posted by PatK on June 19, 2101 at 18:42:50:

Thank you both, I'll check with the Turkish Baha'is first and see what they say. I don't want to bother the world secretariat if I don't have to... Anyway it's helpful to know that visits to these require special arrangements of some sort.

Sultan Salim is a famous mosque in Edirne built by Mimar Sinan, which I very much hope to visit this time on its own merits (and not just for its role in Baha'i / Azali history). Interesting that back then Baha'u'llah, Subh-i-Azal, and their companions basically functioned as Muslims, however sectarian. Think it was Shoghi Rabbani who first made it explicit that the Baha'i religion was a distinct religion, not a form of Islam or an ecumenical society.

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