There are many new and old mosques in Beypazarı.
We inform you about mosques you should see certainly...
MOSQUE: It was built between 1221 and 1225 by Seljuq
Emperor Sultan Alaaddin(ruled beween1221-1237). It bears all Seljuq
architectural features. Having one minaret(tower) and a plain
courtyard are main features of the mosque. It was built of stone
bricks as the other Seljuq mosques. In Seljuqi times, they build
three structures in the same time. The first of them is Turkish
Bath, because they run the hot water of the bath to the
underground of the mosque; so they have an original heating
system... Secondly they build mosque which has already a heating
system. Thirdly they build mills which helps people to get flour and
food. This mosque has also a religious importance that a piece
of prophet Muhammed can be seen in that mosque on special occasions.
The location of Sultan Alaaddin Mosque is on Alaaddin Street which
gives its name...
MOSQUE: Aksemseddin is an important person who plays an
active role in the conquest of Istanbul. Akşemseddin is teacher of
Fatih Sultan Mehmet who conquered Istanbul and one of the leading
doctors of the age. I think it was built in 9th century by seeing
Akşemseddin's age. It was demolished by the fire in 1869 and built
again by a rich person living in Beypazari. They couldn't find
a craftsman who would build a tower for that mosque, so it was built
by a Christian craftsman.
It was built for grand vizier Nasuh Pasha who get many
structures built in Beypazarı region. Kursunlu name comes from the
material which was used on the dome(top) of mosque. It represents
Ottoman mosque architecture with its all glory...
It was built in about 1903. In the ground storey you see
a few old shops. At the time it was built, it was in Jeweller's
Street so its name is Incili which means "pearl in it"