|Name of the Structure
|It currently functions as a mosque.
|H. Kenan Paşa ve A. Şakir Efendi
|Location / Address
|Selçuk, Tuzkapısı Sk. No:206, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya
This two-story mosque has a hexagonal plan. The ground floor has a baldachin-style plan with a water spring in its center. The upper part is the harim, which has a domed ceiling underneath a hipped roof. The wooden minaret has a single balcony.
The two-story, hexagonal building was built on six pillars connected with depressed arches. The stairs and door with a depressed arch in the center of the north façade lead to the harim. There are rectangular windows with round arches in the middle on the southwest, west, and east façades. The south façade is blind. The mihrab has a triangular pediment and is positioned in the center of the south façade. There is an inscription in the corner of the southwest wall bearing the names of its benefactors and the date of its construction.
The wooden minaret rests on the northwest wall of the building and rises on a cylindrical concrete pulpit. There are three rows of plain molding underneath the balcony, which also has plain banisters. The upper part of the minaret has a honeycomb gallery topped with a spire supported with slats and a finial. The minaret is accessed through a rectangular door inside the harim.
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