Tarihi Gokgol Camii Ici 365

The historic mosques and churches have withstood the test of time

An ancient mosque stands next to a church in the village of Ayaklialan, but sadly the church has been looted The mosque, built in 1180, is made of wood and has undergone only two restorations in its lifetime, the first in 1291, and the other in 1970

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