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A landmark of the Turkish role in the region, The Mosque of Constanta was built in 1910. It features a 50 meter high (160 ft.) lookout with spectacular views of the surrounding area including the Black Sea.
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Nice spot in the old town of Tomis, gives you a great overview of the city center. at least in off-season, I guess during more crowded times it might be quite difficult do climb up or descend through the really narrow staircase.
You are not allowed to visit, regardless of sex, clothing, attitude. Aggressive to wear it to the high rank. I do not recommend, avoid as much as possible this place where no one knows what happens, do not allow people access ... and not once,...More
The Mosque is open to the public and visitors are graciously allowed to peruse inside and if they feel up to it, walk the up the narrow circular stairway to the observation deck atop the Minaret where they can gain a panoramic view of Constanta...More
Located at the southern part of Constanta peninsula. Easy to reach from the old town. The prayer room is nothing special byt you may climb up to the tower to take a look of surroundings from heights. The building would perhaps need some repairs -...More
The mosque of Constanta stand to remember that in 1878 Dobrogea region was in majority populated by Turks and Tatar’s (51%). Romanians majority was recovered in 1899 when Romanians were come back here. The mosque is a nice back in time monument and is well...More