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It is located in Fevzi Paşa Neighborhood in Çanakkale city center. It is also known as the Great Mosque (Cami Kebir). It was built by Fatih Sultan Mehmet in 1462. The mosque, whose construction started with Çimenlik Castle; Today, it is one of the symbols of the foundation of the city of Çanakkale.
When the architectural features of the mosque are examined, it is seen that it has a rectangular plan. The hipped roof is tiled. Its corners are made of cut stone to be resistant to earthquakes. The remaining parts were completed with rubble stones. There are five large glasses on the sides of the mosque and small glasses with round arches on these glasses. Between the small and large windows, the visual lines of the mosque are shaped with triangular pediments. The minaret has only one balcony. It has a round arched main gate. In the interior, the wooden ceiling is placed on four columns. Its dome is small. The mihrab is built of brick and is octagonal. There are parts that have lost their originality during the restorations made until today. At this point, the use of current building materials has disrupted the old harmony of the building.