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It was built during the reign of Alaaddin Keykubad I, an Anatolian Seljuk Sultan, in 1224. The brick parts of the mosque belong to the first period of the mosque while the stone parts to that of later period. This monument is unique as it is the...more
Well worth making the trip if you are staying in Malatya. You can take the 251 or 256 buses that head north from the Inonu Stadium. You will be rewarded with a stunning mosque. Take the time to explore the ruins opposite and you will...More
A historical mosque. Well maintained. The arches are so magnificent and grand as if they were just built. If you plan to pray there. Better wash before going. I don't recommend you use the toilets there.
This mosque is really amazing, if in Gaziantep it is a MUST. It is Serine and Beautiful in the inside. It is not large as Blue Mosque Istanbul, yet it is really special. There are Turquoise stone on the ceiling with a beautiful star. This...More
This mosque has evidently undone many drastic changes over time. Some due to need of more space and many forth sake of keeping the building from collapsing. As such one can see a great variety of architectural styles and levels of ornateness all in one...More
I liked this mosque very much. It is like a time travel. When you visit Battalgazi from Malatya it is a must to see. The whole surrounding is charming. You can walk among old authentic buildings. The mosque is amazing inside you can evensee the...More
The Battalgazi Grand Mosque is actually a rather small ancient mosque , but nevertheless,it is interesting . We found children inside studying (the koran ?). The inside has some old features and we were able to remove shoes and walk around inside. It is about...More