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Piri Mehmet Pasha Mosque (1530-1531)
Istanbul

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PİRİ MEHMET PAŞA CAMİ (1530-1531)

Külliye, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman’ın hükümranlık yıllarında Sadrazam Piri Mehmet Paşa tarafından inşaa etirilmiştir. Geniş bir avlu ortasında, yüksek bir teras üzerine inşaa edilen cami, güneye doğru yarım kubbeli dikdörtgen bir biçimde genişletilen, kare planlı ve kubeli bir harim önündeki beş gözlü son cemat yerinden oluşmaktadır. Külliyede cami ile beraber konukların üç gün barınabilmesi için misafirhane, imaret, yemekhane, mutfak, kiler, odunluk, ahır, han, müder rise, sıbyan mektebi, dokuz odalı medrese, yetim çocuklar için mektep, Belgrad Kalesi’nden gelenler için ayrı diğer hizmet binaları inşa edilmiştir.

Copyright: Yildiray Saruhan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7998x3999
Taken: 18/01/2012
Geüpload: 21/02/2012
Geüpdatet: 27/03/2015
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