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Cakalli Yolu 358
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Çakallı Bridge and Taş Han (Çakallı Hanı)

Çakallı Bridge, a surviving stone structure, stands 1km away from Kavak and provides an entry point into the district. The wooden Çakallı mosque is placed right beside the bridge where a restoration project is under way. The mosque was built on large wooden columns as it stands near the river.

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