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Karacabey Mosque, Ankara

The Karacabey Mosque at Hacettepe was built in 1440 by Karacabey, one of the commanders of Sultan Murad II.

The Karacabey Mosque at Hacettepe was built in 1440 by Karacabey, one of the commanders of Sultan Murad II. Designed by Ebubekiroğlu Ahmed, it was built in Bursa style. The tomb of Karacabey is in the northwest corner of the courtyard.


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About Karacabey Mosque

 Hacettepe, 06230 Altındağ/Ankara, Turkey

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