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ENV 1 - Ulu Camii
Turkey

TAVŞANLI ULU CAMİİ: Tavşanlı, Bankalar Caddesi'nde yer alır. Kare planlıdır. Osmanlı Dönemi eseri olup, Selçuklulardan Osmanlı’ya geçiş dönemi eserlerine çok benzeyen Bursa üslubunun, kubbe mimarisi dönemindendir. Ortadaki merkezî kubbenin etrafında sekiz küçük kubbe bulunan, tuğla minareli bir camidir.

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