Jakováli Hasszán Mosque

Pécs, Hungary

The mosque of Jakováli Hasszán pasa, which is the most intact Turkish mosque in Hungary, dates from the 16th century. It houses an exhibition of Turkish historical and artistic objects, and at the same time it is a muslim place of worship.



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Rákóczi út 4, Pécs, Hungary
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Founded: 16th century
Category: Religious sites in Hungary

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Selejtes Kéktúrás (2 years ago)
Looks good.
Merve (3 years ago)
It was closed long-term for restoration?
Fauzul Rizal (3 years ago)
This place are temporary closed until undetermined time.
Aladdin Rifai (3 years ago)
History, and beauty, unfortunately the municipality is closing it and we cannot use it for prayer. It would be great if its available though
Maria Mccandy (3 years ago)
Very beautiful, impressive, ottoman empire ruled about 150 years this city you can see any detail and think there is an one empire which in boundaries every people lived in peace
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