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Bayezid Pasa Camii, Amasya

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#6 of 6 in Historic Sites in Amasya
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • Beautiful Mosque
  • Bayezid Pasha, the Grand Vizier, was built in the mosque in 1414, which is located opposite the Künç Bridge on the east coast of the river in Beyazıtpaşa district. The plan of the inverted T-shaped mosque is similar to the Green Mosque in Bursa, except for some details. The most remarkable part of the mosque is the last communion in the north, with its structure and decorations, with a very elegant appearance. The six thick squares are connected to each other and to the body wall by connecting with sharp, thick belts, creating five sections. Each section is covered with domes above the octagonal bases crossed with Turkish triangles. The sequins are knitted from smooth cutting stones up to the belt alignment. Belts connecting the shares are red and white marble. There are still marble, slightly protruding frames around them. The upper part of this section is decorated with motifs formed by twigs and leaves. The relief of the mosque is engraved on the red Stone Belt, which is located beneath the Mukarnas ornamented fringe and is filled with the façade of the paint. The entrance door has an extremely rich wooden decoration. The place of worship consists of two parts. The second place where the mihrab is located is smaller than the first. The doors to the east and west of this section are passed to the side sites. Each section is covered with a dome. There is a fountain and toilet in the mosque garden. But unfortunately, despite its wide width, there is no place for tea etc. where we can chat in the garden. About 50 metres from Beyazit Pasha Mosque, tea gardens and a restaurant are available to eat for tea.
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