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The mosque is not prominently positioned on a main street.. well from my observation its more on the back street.. sandwiched in between other buildings..beautiful mosques nonetheless and one of limasol outstanding landmarks.
We hadn’t done the Painted Churches and Monasteries in the mountains and since we were downtown we decided to look at the mosque. Very old mosque, Byzantine I think, and a very peaceful place. Since Turkey took the northern part of the Island there are...More
I stumbled upon this mosque just when I really needed it ! I needed to pray , usually I take a little quiet corner on some street , but this time I didn’t :) the Wudu area is beautiful , the ladies prayer room was...More
It is quiet lovely to view from the outside. Quite picturesque. It was a torrential rain when we arrived so we sat on the bench under the awning and took dome lovely pictures. It was prayer time so we didn’t go inside.
Outside of prayer times (if dressed appropriately ) it is possible to enter but there are far better ones to see with greater architectural merit. Looks more intriguing by walking around it and seeing the foundations of the original building.
Hard to get into to see as it is not a tourist place but functioning mosque. But you can see it if you are dressed properly, reverent and lucky. But there are much more impressive mosques in Turkey that are welcoming to tourists.
Me, my wife and 2 year old son went to the Grand Mosque for Friday prayers. They have a women's area. The recitation was beautiful. It is true that visually there is not a lot to see, but it is a spiritual place and as...More