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Kutahya Tile Mosque Garden

Kütahya Çinili Camii 1973 yılı yapımı olan camii, iki katlı olup içi ve dışı tamamen çinilerle kaplıdır. Orta asya Türk mimarisi örnek alınarak yapılan camii, tek kubbeli ve sekizgen biçimli yapısı ile dikkat çekicidir. Kubbenin içi hat sanatı örnekleriyle süslenmiştir. Dünyada ve Türkiye' de bir benzeri olmayan camii, Kütahya şehrine pek çok hizmeti geçmiş meşhur Ressam Ahmet YAKUPOĞLU'nun Kütahya kültür ve sanat koleksiyonuna kattığı orijinal ve müstesna bir eserdir.

Copyright: Ibrahim Tunca
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 08/01/2012
Hochgeladen: 13/04/2012
Aktualisiert: 28/03/2015


Tags: kütahya; çinili; çini; tile; seramik; cinili cami
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