Juma-Jami Mosque, Yevpatoriya

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Religious Site · Tourist Spot
The Juma-Jami Mosque, (Ukrainian: Мечеть Джума-Джамі, Crimean Tatar: Cuma Cami, Russian: Мечеть Джума-Джами, Turkish: Cuma Han Camii) also known as the Friday Mosque, is located in Yevpatoria, Crimea. Built between 1552 and 1564, and designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan.

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  • As you see it is also possible to visit Numan Çelebicihan's tomb in the mosque area. (Numan Çelebicihan is the first president of the independent Crimean People's Republic, writer of the Crimean...  more »
  • It is interesting to see Mimar Sinan's work in Crimea. It is quite Ottoman and Sinanish mosque. When I was there it was very cold and i was very ill, but they said that there was a tomb-grave around.....  more »

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