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This fine example of Seljukian architecture was purposely built with an asymmetrical style along with several Ottoman style elements, which are revealed in the turquoise and blue faience mosaics.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A huge old mosque with well preserve that I found in Selcuk. With its beautiful indoor architecture and outdoor landscape, this mosque is a treasure. A little prayer was done before took few nice pictures and had a little chit chat with the imam mesjid...More

Thank Susi F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Isa Bey Mosque is one of the best example of Seljukian architecture located next to The Basilica Saint John. It built in 14 century. The interior of the mosque is great. Some of the columns of the mosque were brought from ancient ephesus. Recommended.

Thank adnanmordeniz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Built in the late 14th century it has a nice courtyard and a partial minaret that was not completely destroyed by earthquakes in the 17th century (the main minaret was destroyed). The mosque was built using materials from Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis.

Thank Rodman100
Reviewed 7 April 2017

A peaceful mosque. Wudu area is provided in the courtyard for both ladies and gents. We were welcomed by the imam who also has a gift shop next door.

Thank Suraya69
Reviewed 31 January 2017

We stoped here as part of a tour we did. Nothing out of this world but worth the visit. I recommend going up the stairs which are behind you as you enter to have the best view of the place

1  Thank Daniel N
Reviewed 27 November 2016

This may come from poor research and planning, but we had never heard about this, and sort of just stumbled upon it on our morning walk the first morning in town. It might have been the off-season in the off-year kickin in, but we had...More

1  Thank orkenvandrer
Reviewed 23 October 2016

Welcomed to this Mosque by the Imam, a very special person, who showed us round, explained the meanings of everything inside and told us the history of the Mosque. It is old, beautiful, spiritual, everything you would want from a House of God. The courtyard...More

Thank Averil N
Reviewed 23 October 2016

I love this mosque . it is important from selcuk sultans time. if some one ask me I say must seen. it is wonder.

Thank fikretoguz
Reviewed 14 October 2016

I had the pleasure of visiting this significant masjied built in 1357 and was impressed by the restorations that had already been accomplished. Also met the imaam of the establishment Imaam Mustafa and his assistant Imaam Ebrahim. This building is a great tourist attraction and...More

Thank Fatimai
Reviewed 13 October 2016

The mosque was partially destroyed and rebuilt. It is a relatively simple mosque, with a nice courtyard. It is still in use. The best part was the Imam who greeted us. He was very pleasant and seemed to enjoy visitors. He gave us a quick...More

Thank Charlotte V
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