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Pir Mehmet Pasha Mosque
Turkey

Konya Piripaşa Mahallesi’nde bulunan bu camiyi Yavuz Sultan Selim ve Kanuni Sultan Süleyman devri vezirlerinden Piri Mehmet Paşa 1523 yılında yaptırmıştır. 


Cami klasik Osmanlı mimarisi üslubunda yapılmıştır. Kare planlı olup, üzeri kubbe ile örtülmüştür. Caminin doğusunda üç kubbeli bir son cemaat yeri bulunmaktadır. Son cemaat yerinden ibadet mekânına giriş kapısı mermer söveli ve bezemelidir. Caminin mihrabı boyanmış ve özelliğini kaybetmiştir. Yanındaki minaresi taş kaide üzerine yuvarlak tuğla örülü ve tek şerefelidir. 

Caminin bitişiğinde Şeyh Siyavuş’a ait türbe bulunmaktadır. Doğusundaki Piri Paşa Medresesinden ise günümüze hiçbir iz gelememiştir. 


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Copyright: Ramazan KayhÜyÜk
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Taken: 02/06/2013
Uploaded: 05/06/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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