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This was built in 1500s.
Since I remember, passing by it, this was in ruins. Few years ago it was renovated.
I've never been inside, nor will I go, I guess. But it's a landmark and anyone interested can enter by day.
I see years-old reviews claiming that the Mosque is closed...well, as of March 2018, it still is.
And that is a pity, because, considering the size, it would be a tourist attraction that would give a small 'up' to an otherwise quite dull city -...More
In early Ottoman times, this was considered one of the most beautiful mosques in the Empire, and although sadly decayed nowadays, it's still worth hunting down, if only for the sake of what it once was.
(Someone who knows about architectural history will get more...More