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Once I have prayer inside the Mosque, I found something different than any historic Mosque in the world because its authentic building and like any other Ottoman Mosque its has a beautiful minaret and little garden around.
One of the many minarets dotting the old city area. Kecik means broken. The minaret though broken is pretty good piece of architecture. There is a run down basilica next to it. Worth a look if you are passing by. There is no entrance fee....More