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Mustafa Pasha Mosque, Skopje
Mustafa Pasha Moschee is located under the Skopje fortress. it was built in 1492 by Mustafa Pasha, whose name in inscribed on a plaque above the gate. Artichitecurally, the temple is a cubical structure capped with a large cupola, 16m in diameter. The impression is complemented by the porch, which is supported by four marble pillars. The 47m high minraret and the mosque are built with cut marble. The interior is decorated with floral motifs.

(Within the complex there was a medresa (a religios school) and an imaret (canteen). Within the complex today there are the Turbe of Mustafa Pasha (right next to the mosque), and a sarcofagus, believed to mark the grave of Uma, one of Mustafa PAsha’s daughters.

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Macedonia_FYR/West/Skopje/Center/photo1307197.htm


http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-photo/stevelegassick/99/1317060326/10-skopje.jpg/tpod.html


http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Macedonia_FYR/West/Skopje/Skopje/photo1096550.htm


 
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