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me and my partner came to see the mosque that was very impresive, and after that we wanted to drink some coffee at the restaurant of the place. the service was the worst i've ever had, the dessert was awful, and the waitress was just...More
Its a nice mosque as they go, not in the super vulgar Sinanesque style which is good, it has a certain solidity to it. There is no ezan, so Tuekey probably do nor pay enough unlike at the central place in Sofia. The most interesting...More
The Djumaya Mosque sits right in the center of Plovdiv, near the main tourist information office, amphitheater, main pedestrian shopping street, entrance to old town, etc., so it is easy to visit. It is a peaceful spot in an otherwise rather bustling area, fronted by...More
A mosque from 14. century stands at the end of pedestrian zone, near the stone seats of antique stadium. Façade is interesting with decorations of stone and brick. Inner place is nothing very special. You can also visit small café with oriental desserts and drinks...More
First I was surprised to hear Muslim calls for prayer in the old town of Plovdiv, but with a still quite large Turkish-Muslim minority in Bulgaria this was not really a surprise and a sign of tolerance.
The Djumaya (Friday) mosque is a quite large...More