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This mosque, built between 1465 and 1471, consists of two square halls, covered with domes and connected by corridors. In front of the first hall there is a wide marble portal, which is topped by five small domes supported by six columns of clearly Byzantine origin. Because of this, the building of the mosque looks a lot like an inverted 'T'.
Donor of the mosque construction – a renegade Greek who apparently wanted to demonstrate loyalty to Allah in this way.
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