Çengelköy, Üsküdar - İstanbul - Turkey
GPS : 41°03'25.2"N 29°03'11.1"E / 41.057011, 29.053081
Located in Çengelköy, this mosque was constructed by Kaymak Mustafa Paşa, son-in-law to Nevşehirli Ibrahim Paşa, who served as the fleet admiral for the Ottoman Navy, during the Tulip Era in 1720. Kuleli Kaymak Mustafa Paşa mosque, on the Bosphorus Asia shore, Istanbul, Turkey built in 1720 and extended in the 1800s.early.
On the ground floor of this timber mosque is a boathouse. Another interesting feature is the stubby minaret with a balcony in the form of a pavilion. This rectangular stone mosque with a wooden roof was extensively restored in recent years. The portico and royal gallery were added in 1837. In 1980, the mosque was restored by the Sabancı Foundation.
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