To put it jokingly, it looks like a factory building. You can see the two domes at the foot of the mountain far away. The interior is simple and it is a secular temple, but the scale is not small, and the yard is quite large. You can go up the mountain from here.
The Isabé Mosque is considered a very new building. I am probably embarrassed to say that it is a monument, so it is still in use today.
The Isabé Mosque, located in the small town of Selcuk, belongs to the architectural style of the post-Seljuk-forward Ottoman transition period. It is named after the bust of Isabé at the diagonal position of the mosque. St. John’s Church walks Just a few steps away.
Part of the space in the mosque is still in use. Except for Muslim prayer time, visitors can enter the mosque for free. Ladies visiting the mosque must wear a robe and take off their shoes before entering the door.
The mosques in the periphery of Turkey are still very beautiful. The mosque has a long history. The whole building is in a very important place. The mosque is also very beautiful. The white building structure is very interesting.
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When I went, both the road outside and the buildings inside were under rest. Women have a large prayer room, and you need slippers and a headscarf to enter. In the middle of the mosque there is a pool specially designed for men to wash their hands.