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Sengul Mosque
Turkey

Cami, Börekçiler Mahallesi Şengül Sokak’tadır. 16. yüzyılın başlarında mescit olarak yaptırılan yapının sıbyan mektebi ve çeşmesinin bulunduğu kısmın, sonradan minber konularak camiye çevirildiği bilinmektedir. Kare planlı, tek kubbeli cami, kiremit çatı örtülüdür. Genel hatlarıyla yapı, orijinal durumunu korumaktadır. Hazire, Şengül Camii avlusunda yer almaktadır.

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