It is hard to miss the Djumaya Mosque in Plovdiv, as it dominates the Old Town square. At a glance, it may appear closed to the public, but if one pushes through the cafe and up the stairs, visits are indeed possible. The staff on the front door are welcoming, and simply ask that you remove your shoes inside the porch before entering the main hall.
There is not a lot to "see" inside, in the sense that unlike most other mosques that are open to the public there is no exhibition on Islam or similar topics. Instead, it is a fairly pleasant quiet space, where one is free to roam and explore the hall, as long as one is quiet and respectful. It really is worth a quick visit, for this reason.
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