Sultans’ Loge, additionally called as Imperial Loge, are extraordinary areas for Sultan’s petitions in mosques, since sultans perform Friday and Festival supplications just as night payers in Holy evenings in the Major mosque of the city.
There is no data with respect to the area and maker of the main Sultan’s Loge in Hagia Sophia. The present Sultan’s Loge is at the left half of the special raised area and attached to the structure by Fossati Brothers amid the redesigns performed somewhere in the range of 1847 and 1849.
It comprises of a hexagonal segment on various five sections and a passageway again on segments. Its lower part has a marble hemstitched balustrade board, while the upper part is an overlaid wooden pen. The roof of the loge is enriched with hand-drawn plant designs.