Melike Hatun Camii, Ankara

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  • This quite modern and new Mosque completed in 2017 is located in the old quarter of Ankara with a space for +/- 7000 prayers.  more »
  • It is a new mosque with a very beautiful architecture. There is a big space infront of the mosque and you can take your family for a stroll there. There is an underground mall as well which is okay...  more »
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  • A mosque built in the old open parking lot in Fire Department (Hergele) Square, called Melike Hatun Mosque. Melik Hatun is a woman who lived in Ankara before becoming an Islamic resort in Istanbul and left many foundation works. The mosque was opened for worship in October 2017. The mosque consists of a large dome, 6 elephant feet carrying the dome and 6 half-domes connecting the dome and the elephant's feet. 7 to the altar side. a half-dome was built and the mosque was given the shape of a "T" in reverse. The altar part is made up of five lines. Three-dimensional ceramics three and a half meters high were used in the mihrab section. The altar, pulpit and pulpit are made of marble. The mosque has a main gate opposite the mihrab and 5 gates, 2 each on the right and left. Crossing the doors is adorned with massive walnut trees and psoriasis. There are 18 windows to provide the light and 12 windows on the ladies' side. As with classical mosques, there is no medium ceiling chandelier, there is a small fountain right under the dome. Lighting is provided by modern style embedded lamps under the dome and at the ends of the columns. The mosque has four stump minarets, each with three honors. The mosque has four floors underground, which include parking lots and other social areas. 2017 prices and the price of the mosque 1 hour parking 7 pounds 4 hours parking price is 9 pounds. The parking lot belongs to the mosque association. The open areas of the mosque are spacious and green. There are seating benches, fountains, ornamental pools and 2 separate elevator houses to reach the lower floors and stairs next to them. Cetin Atabay, 26.11.2017q A mosque built in the old open parking lot in Fire Department (Hergele) Square, called Melike Hatun Mosque. Melik Hatun is a woman who lived in Ankara before becoming an Islamic resort in Istanbul and left many foundation works. The mosque was opened for worship in October 2017. The mosque consists of a large dome, 6 elephant feet carrying the dome and 6 half-domes connecting the dome and the elephant's feet. 7 to the altar side. a half-dome was built and the mosque was given the shape of a "T" in reverse. The altar part is made up of five lines. Three-dimensional ceramics three and a half meters high were used in the mihrab section. The altar, pulpit and pulpit are made of marble. The mosque has a main gate opposite the mihrab and 5 gates, 2 each on the right and left. Crossing the doors is adorned with massive walnut trees and psoriasis. There are 18 windows to provide the light and 12 windows on the ladies' side. As with classical mosques, there is no medium ceiling chandelier, there is a small fountain right under the dome. Lighting is provided by modern style embedded lamps under the dome and at the ends of the columns. The mosque has four stump minarets, each with three honors. The mosque has four floors underground, which include parking lots and other social areas. 2017 prices and the price of the mosque 1 hour parking 7 pounds 4 hours parking price is 9 pounds. The parking lot belongs to the mosque association. The open areas of the mosque are spacious and green. There are seating benches, fountains, ornamental pools and 2 separate elevator houses to reach the lower floors and stairs next to them. Cetin Atabay, 26.11.2017
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  • Gezgez nice fkt water cycle bnce unnecessary money spent on the public is overlapping the cost hikes in the difficult yoe, such unhasted lights would be better to wait for enough glass thank you
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