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The mosque as it stands today shows the architectural characteristics of late 17th century and 18th century mosques. The ceiling is made of ornamental wood, and floral and plant motifs can be found throughout.
The mosque itself is located on a fairly pretty square, where it is always crowded. Unfortunately, we could not appreciate the beauty of the mosque, because people came directly to prayer, so we decided not to go inside. From the outside, it does not seem...More
It’s a peaceful place if u want small souvenirs and interested in history or religious history,, a place to cool off take a break ,, eat or offer prayers should give it a 1 hour time to enjoy thoroughly
This old mosque from the 15th century is built next to the Roman Augustus temple.
It has a large garden and it is possible to pray outside. There is a car park underneath and the old town is very close.
Built in 15th century, this is the first mosque of Ankara which is located in the old city center as Hamamonu. This area is also close to the Ankara Citadel and not only reflecting a harmony of a piece of history, but also a mixture...More
This mosque in Ulus next to the temple of Augustus,was built in the early 15th century in Seljuk style and was subsequently restored by Sinan in the 16th century, with Kutahya tiles being added in the 18th century. The mosque was built in honor of...More
My wife and I paid a visit to this mosque on a busy Friday noon prayer ... the way up to the mosque from the main road is very nice and has some shops that are specialized in lighting fixtures... the mosque itself is not...More
It was the right time for me to come here as it was the start of ashar prayer. Vintage building, cold water for wudhu and moslem are gathering for the prayer. there are no street musicians/beggars. There are many local shops that sales moslem wear...More