Yali Mosque Overview

Yali Mosque is also known as the Konak Mosque, and it was built to honor Küçük Hassan Pasha, who was the first Turkish commander of Chania. It was built in the 18th century and is one of the most iconic structures in Konak Square.

Though it is not very huge, the fascinating structure of this mosque attracts a huge number of tourists to visit this mosque. This is an eight-sided mosque having a chandelier and a diminutive minaret, which is extremely alluring. The outer tiles for building this mosque were brought from Kütahya, and the entire building has been designed in the Islamic Renaissance architectural style. Include this mosque in your Turkey itinerary to witness its unique beauty and experience the cultural richness it brings to your journey.

Location: Konak, İzmir Valiliği İç yolu No:4, 35250 Konak/İzmir, Turkey.

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