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Emir Zade Turkish Mosque
Greece
After the Greek revolution of 1821 the Emir Zade Mosque was used as a military facility. According to J. Koder the Mosque replaced the Catholic Church of St. Markus around 1470 when about the Venetian Era came to pass. The roof was added/constructed at 1665 and was renovated at 1776.
Copyright: Dimitris dimitrakakis
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Subida: 21/12/2012
Actualizado: 07/04/2014
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Tags: house of worship; mosque; turkish; turk; chalkida; historic sites
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