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ENV 5A - Emin Aga mosque & fountain
Turkey

Eski Gediz, İsmetpaşa Mahallesi’nde yer alan cami, fevkani tarzda inşa edilmiştir. Cami, Türk sanatında çok sık görülen basit ahşap camiler grubunda yer alır. Minaresi ahşaptır. 

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Taken: 25/08/2012
Uploaded: 25/08/2012
Updated: 02/09/2012
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