Coban Mustafa Pasa Camii

Coban Mustafa Pasa Camii, Gebze

Coban Mustafa Pasa Camii
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hy12397
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Hidden gem in Gebze
Jun 2018 • Couples
This mosque is probably the oldest architecture in the Gebze. So it is hidden gem and a must see in Gebze. Have a look at the inside and see its garden. You may feed the cats in the garden also. Women may be required to wear headscarf and long skirt when entering the mosque.
Written 5 June 2018
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Perry Grinate
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, UK713 contributions
Unmissable and brilliantly restored,mosque complex
Jan 2018 • Solo
Absolutely worth the long trip from Istanbul. Gebze is the town where Hannibal committed suicide and Sultan Mehmet II died.
Gebze was the last stop on the caravan route from the east to Istanbul and that explains the richness of the mosque complex, which also has a medresa, a soup kitchen and a tomb. The interior of the mosques is beautiful - especially the marble and stone work. Much was done by Egyptian craftsmen.
To get there by public transport, take the metro from Kadikoy to Kartal and then change on to the 17B bus (Exit 4) This bus stops by the station in Gebze almost 2 miles short of the centre of town; take a dolmus or taxi for the last bit
Written 5 January 2018
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