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Iskenderpasa Cami, Istanbul

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  • This small mosque in fatih district is the most important center of the Nakshibendi sect.
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  • Once again, we came to the fatih vicinity and our path led us to a small mosque again.it was time for the afternoon prayer, and we saw that twenty or so congregations were praying. So we joined them. This is a tourist...
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  • Al-Sharif Iskandar Pasha Mosque Beautiful and spacious It has a spacious courtyard with a fountain and a light. Among Istanbul's many mosques Trim daily homework
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  • Iskenderpasa Mosque, lived in Fatih era and 2. It was built by Iskender Pasha who was a vizier to Beyazit. Pasha died in 1506, and the foundation of the mosque 1505-1506 was dated to the 15th. Late in the century or 16. is expected to be made in early century. Galata Mevlevihanesi also made this mosque's bank Iskender Pasha. Pasha is buried in the village of Çakalli, which is linked to his hometown, by the Masjid he built. The other name of Iskenderpaşa Mosque is Terkim Masjid. This name is used because of the Yenissary barracks in the vicinity. The mosque was worn over time, 1756, 1887, 1945 and 1956 years of repairs. In 1989, a two-storey, 360 m² addition was made to the right side to expand the prayer scene. Since 1999 earthquake was damaged, a serious repair was made by the Hakyol Foundation in 2006. The courtyard of the mosque is entered through two gates in the north and south. There are course rooms around the courtyard and a small yet elegant marble fountain in the middle. The last Communion place; It is a four-column, three-spaced, three-domed and 4.25 m. Deep with pointed arched openings. This was once closed with a window, then the Camekans were removed. The column headings were taken from a Byzantine artifact. However, the originals were lost because they were scanned during repairs. There is a mihrab to the left of the last communion. The entrance door of the mosque is enclosed in a rectangular marble frame and decorated with a mukarnased top. The mosque is equipped with a square plan (10,95 × 10,90 m.). Walls...
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  • The google map shows you with full accuracy. The historic mosque. As soon as you enter, you can feel spirituality. It's close to the Fatih mosque.
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  • In the district of Fatih, a quaint little historical mosque that has given its name to the neighborhood. Very close to Fatih mosque. It is very close to Fevzi Pasha and Vatan Street.
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  • One of the places that Isdisna in Istanbul. The address of peace and happiness. You will see how the benefit of the prayer, then look after the bride of the morning prayer to be bored of your life. Both our world and your hereafter will be happy to be aligned. My teacher, Miktad, and his distinctive accent, Mendu sir, will embrace you. If you come on Sunday, it's usually soup. Enjoy.
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  • History of Iskenderpasa Mosque Iskenderpasa Mosque, lived in Fatih era and 2. It was built by Iskender Pasha who was a vizier to Beyazit. Pasha died in 1506, and the foundation of the mosque 1505-1506 was dated to the 15th. Late in the century or 16. is expected to be made in early century. Address: Turkey 34091 Fatih/Istanbul Coordinate: 41.016682 in, 28.947882 Latitude: 41 ° 1 ′ 0.06 "N (41.016682 in) Longitude: 28 ° 56 ′ 52.38 "E (28.947882) Built: 15. Yy. End Commissioned by: Iskender Pasha Renovation: 2006 Minaret: 1 Galata Mevlevihanesi also made this mosque's bank Iskender Pasha. Pasha is buried in the village of Çakalli, which is linked to his hometown, by the Masjid he built. The other name of Iskenderpaşa Mosque is Terkim Masjid. This name is used because of the Yenissary barracks in the vicinity. The mosque was worn over time, 1756, 1887, 1945 and 1956 years of repairs. In 1989, a two-storey, 360 m² addition was made to the right side to expand the prayer scene. Since 1999 earthquake was damaged, a serious repair was made by the Hakyol Foundation in 2006. The courtyard of the mosque is entered through two gates in the north and south. There are course rooms around the courtyard and a small yet elegant marble fountain in the middle.
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