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Ladik Meydan 400
Turkey

Clock Tower

The clock tower was built in 1889, and was rebuilt true its original form after the 1943 earthquake, which left it heavily damaged. This mosque was commissioned by Bülbül Hatun, the wife of Ottoman Emperor Beyazıt II. This structure also sustained extensive damage during the 1943 earthquake, but has been restored to its original form.

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