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Dumlupinar Mosque - F No: 8973
Turkey

Dumlupınar Mahallesi’nde bulunan yapı, kareye yakın dikdörtgen planlıdır. Moloz taş ile inşa edilmiştir. Üst örtüsü kırma çatılı, Marsilya kiremit kaplıdır. 1970 yılında yaşanan deprem sonucu minare zarar görerek yeniden inşa edilmiştir. Caminin kuzey cephesine sonradan eklenmiş ayakkabılık bölümü yer almaktadır. Buradan son cemaat yerine girilmektedir.

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送信日: 24/08/2012
更新日: 27/08/2012
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