Behram Pasha Mosque

Behram Pasha Mosque, which attracts visitors with its ornamented pulpit and cut stone architecture, was built in 1572 by Sinan the Architect by the orders of the governor of Diyarbakir, Behram Pasha. The mosque has a single dome and the left and right shelves built with the compression technique on the entrance door of the mosque are considered as engineering marvels. The walls inside the mosque are decorated with 16th-century tiles and fascinate those who see them.

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