We could see the Isa Bey mosque from our rented cottage, but saved it until our last day. Outside it can be a bit noisy and crowded, and like many places suffers a bit from tourist shops and somewhat aggressive shoe-shine men, but within its courtyard it is peaceful. There are clear rules about visiting mosques posted at the entrance to the mosque itself: women should cover their heads and shoulders and wear modest skirts or trousers (some scarves are provided just inside the door), shoes should be removed by everyone, and there is a place to leave optional donations. No photos during prayer times, and in fact you are asked to wait respectfully outside. It is a lovely building, and I found it is light enough inside, even in the late afternoon, to photograph well without use of flash. Don't miss it.
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