ÇARŞI MOSQUE
Located in Kemeraltı location in Çarşı Neighourhood, Çarşı Mosque was built in 1839 (1225 acc. to the Islamic Calendar) by Hazinedarzade Osman Pasha who served as a governor for a long time in Trabzon. Since the mosque was built on a sloping area, the place which remains under its last public hall on the northern side is reserved for shops. Çarşı Mosque is one of the biggest mosques in the city, is attractive for its stone works carved neatly. It is covered with a lead roof.
İSKENDERPASHA MOSQUE
Inscription over the entrance gate of the mosque dates back to 1529 (936 in Islamic Calendar).
ORTAHİSAR MOSQUE
The structure, which is formerly called as the Golden headed Virgin Mary Church, is assumed to have been built with a basilica plan within a monastery. Its construction date goes back to the year 914. However, present plan of the structure dates back to the 12th century. Historic records reveal that the structure has experienced six major restoration periods. The structure with three naves has one apse that is round on the inside and polygonal on the outside.
GULBAHARHATUN MOSQUE AND MAUSOLEUM
In the memory of Gülbahar Hatun, mother of Sultan Selim the Grim, it was constructed within a külliye near the Zağnos Bridge on the west of Orta Hisar.
ERDOĞDU BEY MOSQUE
Built by Erdoğdu Bey, the governor of Trabzon in 1577, the mosque stands in the neighbourhood named as Erdoğdu Bey. It had undergone a number of restorations which damaged its originality on a large scale. Screened and elevated loges at the entrance of the last public section and the main prayer hall are wooden, and connected with each other from the top. Its prayer niche is vaulted in stalactite work, and each cusp is decorated with a rosette.
AHİ EVREN DEDE MOSQUE AND MAUSOLEUM
The construction date of Ahi Evren Dede Mosque, which is located in Boztepe Neighbourhood overlooking Trabzon, is not known.
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