Hatuniye Mosque

 This mosque is located in the Kurtuluş District. Built in the 15th century by Alaüddevle bey in honor of Shams Hatun, his wife and the grandmother of Sultan Yavuz Selim, who died in 1500. Over the courtyard entrance door, which was built in early 1906, there is an inscription about the repairs. The mosque walls are cut stone; the large open common areas have a wooden roof. The minarets have a cubic lower pedestal and are located across from the mosque. The minarets are in the Anatolian Seljuk architectural style and made completely of cut stone. Hatuniye Camii a complex within a complex. On the far left of the common open space is a rectangular tomb.

Hatuniye Camii - Video: