Eğil Kalesinin güneyinde yer alan camii, kalenin dış surunun orta kısmına denk gelecek şekilde, kıble duvarı kaleyi dıştan çevreleyen surlara bitişik olarak inşa edilmiştir. Caminin mihrap çıkıntısı, suru destekleyen burç üzerine inşa edilmiştir. Bugün kuzey ve güney cephelerinden birer parça duvar ve mihrap sağlam durmakta olup, doğu ve batı kesimleri tamamen yıkılmıştır. Caminin kimler tarafından ve ne zaman yapıldığı hakkında kesin bilgiler bulunmamakla birlikte, mimari özelliklerinden hareketle caminin Artuklular döneminde inşa edildiği tahmin edilmektedir.
Absolutely amazing, this land was inhabited for really long time and this place was a monastery before. So beautiful2 yıl önce
Here, first, there was a temple of pagan worshipers, a pagan. Later on, it was used as a church named Mar Toma. In 639, when the Muslim Arabs conquered the city, it was converted into a mosque by the name of Cami-i Kebir. Yes, this structure, which has survived to the present day as the Great Mosque: has maintained its importance in all periods. Today, it is one of the most important religious buildings and touristic places of the city. However, it has been repaired many times as a result of fires and various other destruction and destruction. In particular, the most comprehensive repair was made in 1091 during the Seljuk period. Finally, between 1975 and 1977, a comprehensive repair is mentioned. Of course, today's structure has moved away from its originality as a result of all these repairs. The mosque reached its present form in 1185. To mention the architectural features of the building: the four facades of the mosque are divided into 4 main sects of Islam. Hanafi and Şafiler, worship in 2 different places. Hanafis Department: This section is the main section from the church to the mosque. The general architectural features of the building are: “Emeviye Mosque” in the city of Syria-Damascus. In particular, the beauty of the fine stone reliefs on the arch door draws attention. In the middle of the large courtyard, different architectural decorations, decorations, reliefs and inscriptions belonging to different periods can be seen. However, although they all belong to different periods, they are in great harmony. In the courtyard of the mosque: inside the iron railings, the sundial is seen. This clock was probably made by the Muslim scholar eti Al Jazeera Bu, the father of cybernetics. According to some different sources, the Romans remain from the period.2 yıl önce
No superlatives can describe how beautiful this mosque and surrounds are. Absolutely exquisite. The courtyard is particularly lovely too. Çok güzel.3 yıl önce
Beautiful historical mosque2 yıl önce
Good2 yıl önce