Molla Celebi Mosque
The central prayer space of the Mosque has a size of 18.90 x 16.40m. It is covered by a dome fixed on six arches with a diameter of 11.80m and the dome’s weight being distributed on six pillars. The mosque pillars are actually engaged in the walls; between them to north and south are four small semidomes, and another covers the rectangular projecting apse in which stands the mihrab. The minbar is decorated with polychrome wall paintings and the decorative mihrab is in the same style of the Classical Architectural tradition which is visible throughout the structure. The thin minaret rises from the right corner of the arcaded entrance which is covered by four domes overlooking the street.
The mosque many times damaged in 1627, 1822, 1843 by fire and restored. Last time it was restored in 1958.
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