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Atik Ibrahim Pasa Mosque, Istanbul

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  • It's an active mosque just like any other mosque right in centre of a busy street where you can have lots of food options.  more »
  • One other historical old mosque in istanbul. Built in 1479 and still alive. Old stylish , nice looking prayer area. Give a try and feel the old days.  more »
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  • The splendor of the mosque is a small and quaint mosque where the location and beauty can not be described would recommend a visit to Eminönü whatever falls.. 2 Rak'ahs Masjid Salting Prayer
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  • It is located on Nasuhiye Street in Mercan Aga Neighborhood, on the corner between Fincancı Street and Uzunbazi Street. The mosque, which was completed in H. 883 (A.D. 1479), was built by Veziriazam Ibrahim Pasha, son of Halil Pasha of Candar. I. Aydin Yuksel noted that the mosque was built in H. 898 (A.D. 1492). However, the date 1492-93 is the date on which the building was started, according to the inscription on the sentence door. The completion date of the construction is H. 900 (M. 1494-95), as shown by the inscription in the mosque. This mosque, built by Grand Vizier Ibrahim Pasha of Candar (1429-1499), has a madrasah next to it, and it is also learned from the Foundation that it has a school. Today, only the mosque survived. The mosque has a roof and cut stone was used in its construction. Wall thickness esofs 145-150 cm.; the internal dimensions are 15.60 x 18.60 meters. I. Aydin Yuksel, this great size and the floor walls of the mosque may be domed, but Evliya Çelebi's "Long bazaar in Ibrahim Aga mosque is snow, but the dome is not a building" by looking at the domed, roofed it says. Eight round marble columns. the mosque, which has a last congregation allote, receives light from 33 windows; the ceiling is carried by four columns. The mosque, which was devastated by time, was repaired by the people in 1965 and reopened to worship. The base of the mono-sequin minaret has eleven edges and the sequin on the body is passed through steep baklava. The body is also close to the base and is original to cheers. As a plan, latitude is rectangular, cut stone, roofed and has a minaret. There is also a final congregation allotwith eight columns. An engraving drawn in 1559 appears to have a roof. Evliya Çelebi also mentions that she has a roof when describing the building. The sentence door is less protruding and arched. On the last congregation wall there is a mihrab on the right and left. The column sequencing of the last congregation was later walled and demolished and removed in recent repairs. Columns and titles have also been changed. The mosque has sixteen windows at the bottom and seventeen at the top. From the entrance door you can climb the maharajah on six reinforced concrete columns. The base of the minaret has eleven edges and passes through the trunk with perpendicular baklavas. The body is almost as thick as its base. The ceiling is made of wooden plaster and both are new. The mosque currently has two officials: imam - Hatip and one Muezzin-Kaysim, and has about 150 congregations during the time prayers and about 2000 at Friday prayers.
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