Hajalam Mosque is also free to visit. The entire mosque is relatively quiet. It is also part of the old city. Many historical buildings can be found here. The interior of the mosque is also very compact.
[Fun] Learn about the religion of Ankara
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DescriptionHacı Bayram Veli Mosque is a mosque in Ankara. Along with Kocatepe Mosque it is one of the best known mosques in Ankara. Hacı Bayram Mosque was built during the Ottoman Empire period. It was named after the Turkish Sufi and poet Hacı Bayram-ı Veli on behalf of the latter.
Haji Bayram Mosque was built in the 15th century, and tiles were added in the 18th century. Hacı Bayram Veli is a Muslim saint who founded the Bayramiye Sufi Order in about 1400, the center of which is located in Ankara. He was buried here after his death, and it became an empire established by the Turks as the headquarters of the Order, founded by Osman I. The Turks first settled in the inland areas of Central Asia, and later moved to the Anatolian Peninsula in Asia Minor, where they flourished. At its peak, its power reached the three continents of Europe, Asia and Africa, with most of the territories and possessions of Southern Europe, the Balkans, the Middle East and North Africa, the Strait of Gibraltar in the west, the Caspian Sea and the Persian Gulf in the east, Austria and Slovenia in the north and present-day Austria and Slovenia in the south and the present-north Sudan and Yemen. After the destruction of the Eastern Roman Empire, the capital was settled in Constantinople, renamed Istanbul, and he became the heir of the Eastern Roman Empire.
Yes, it is a classic attraction. It is recommended to come after three o'clock so that the light will be better and the photos will be better.