This mosque in Tepebasi neighborhood had originally been constructed as a church in 1892. After having been used as a church and prison, it was converted into mosque. It is one of the biggest mosques in Gaziantep.
It is in Dügmeci neighborhood of the city. There is no information on how old it is, but surviving records indicate that the mosque was restored in 1210. The crown gate and niche of the most were both made of colored stones. Fine examples of stone working can be seen in the gallery of its minaret.
It is in Tabakhane neighborhood of the city. There is, again, no information on how old it is, but surviving records indicate that the mosque was built by a carpenter named Ali. The year 1213 is read on stairs leading to its minaret. It is presumed that the mosque was restored in 1213.
Şeyh Fethullah Mosque
This mosque in Kepenek neighborhood is also known as Asagi Seyh Mosque. Seyh Fetullah, the builder of the mosque, is believed to have descended from Hz. Ebubekir. This mosque exhibiting the characteristics of Seljuk architecture survived to our times without losing its authenticity.
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