necaea green mouque
İznik’in doğusunda, Lefke Kapısı yakınında bulunan Yeşil Camiyi Çandarlı Hayrettin Paşa adına Mimar Hacı Musa 1378-1391 yılları arasında yaptırmıştır. Caminin yapımına Çandarlı Halil Hayrettin Paşa tarafından başlanmış, Onun ölümünden sonra oğlu Ali Paşa 1391-1392 yıllarında tamamlamıştır. Erken Osmanlı mimarisinin en önemli yapılarından olan Yeşil Cami, tek kubbeli, merkezi camilerin gelişmiş örneklerinden biridir.
Copyright: Mehmet Ozcan
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Taken: 19/03/2009
Uploaded: 19/03/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015


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