Suadiye mosque is located in the neighborhood of the same name on the other side on the famous Baghdad Street of Kadıköy, one of the most intense residential centers on the Anatolian side of Istanbul, opposite to the seaside. Located in an extremely central location, the mosque is among the Ottoman artifacts throughout the city.
During the reign of Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamit II, in memory of his beloved daughter Suad Hanım, who died at a young age. Its construction date is 1905. As a footnote, after the construction of the mosque, which is among the landmarks, the area in which it is located begins to be called Suadiye.
The square planned mosque has a single dome. It is of modest size. The extensive use of Maltese stone, marble and tiles in the interior attracts attention. In the courtyard of the mosque, which has a single minaret with large windows, a fountain stands out as well as a fountain for ablution. In the interior, the decorations in the dome are worth seeing. In the use of marble in the mihrab, sermon pulpit and pulpit, the simple design is in the foreground. Today, the 120-year-old historical mosque in Suadiye, one of the most decent areas on the Anatolian side, is open to worship and visit.