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Rizvaniye Mosque, Sanliurfa

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Religious Site
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  • Rizvaniye Mosque is the one rising by the sacred fish lake Balikligol - Urfa's most visited site. The Mosque is very nice dominating the area, built in limestone blocks in 17c. You can enter it on... 
    Rizvaniye Mosque is the one rising by the sacred fish lake Balikligol - Urfa's most visited site. The Mosque is very nice dominating the area, built in limestone blocks in 17c. You can enter it on...  more »
  • another beautiful mosque in Balikligol park and on the lake or pool of Abraham and the holy fish. this is definitely worth a visit. the mosque was constructed of limestone. 
    another beautiful mosque in Balikligol park and on the lake or pool of Abraham and the holy fish. this is definitely worth a visit. the mosque was constructed of limestone.  more »
  • In the inscription on the entrance to the mosque,AD. 1736 it is written that the mosque and madrasa were built by Ridvan Ahmet Pasha. It is known that Ridvan ahmet Pasha, the governor of Raqqa, put... 
    In the inscription on the entrance to the mosque,AD. 1736 it is written that the mosque and madrasa were built by Ridvan Ahmet Pasha. It is known that Ridvan ahmet Pasha, the governor of Raqqa, put...  more »
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  • Rızvaniye Mosque is a more recent Ottoman mosque built in 1716, adjoining the Balıkligöl complex near the Mevlid-i Halil Mosque. Located right on the north side of Balıklı Lake, this Mosque was built by Rıdvan Ahmet Pasha, Raqqa Governor of the Ottoman Empire, in 1736. The most attractive part of its structure is its green courtyard opening to Balıklı Lake and its entrance gate. Its wooden gate is made bytraditional merging and engraving techniques without using any nail. There is alsoa U-shaped madrasaframing the courtyard of the mosque. This madrasa was built in 1775 following the construction of the mosque. At the centre of the north edge of the yard, there is a domed classroom/prayer room. The Madrasa was renovated in 1992-1993.
  • Nice place with peace. Honestly, however, really nothing special except the cave of Abraham
  • One of the most beautiful mosque in all of Turkey
  • Beautiful little mosque
  • Very peaceful and beautiful mosque. I can feel the holy automosphere here, It makes me feel peaceful and calm

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