This is a view from Çamlıca Tepesi (Çamlıca Hill), in Üsküdar on the Asian side. Here we can see across the Bosphorus into the European side. This is the highest point in Istanbul, somewhere around 267 meters (references vary), which is almost 900 feet. And here is a partial view of the Asian side as seen from the other side of the hill:
Mihrimah Sultan Camii is in Üsküdar (a district of Istanbul on the Asian side). Another grand Ottoman mosque designed by Mimar Sinan, completed in 1548 (and recently restored). This is the first of two mosques built for Mihrimah Sultan (Ottoman princess, an interesting character in Ottoman history), daughter of Süleyman the Magnificent. More info here and here.
This is a window in the Şemsi Paşa Mosque on the Üsküdar waterfront, on the Asian side of Istanbul. This mosque was built in 1580 under the architect Mimar Sinan, who was also responsible for the Sultan Ahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque) and hundreds of other structures throughout the fifty years he acted as chief civil engineer for the Ottoman sultans. Üsküdar is another good place to get lost in.