İskender Pasha Mosque, Kanlıca

This article is about the mosque in Kanlıca, Istanbul. For other mosques with the same name, see İskender Pasha Mosque.
İskender Pasha Mosque
İskender Paşa Cami
Location of İskender Pasha Mosque in Istanbul
Basic information
Location Kanlıca
Geographic coordinates 41°06′00″N 29°03′57″E / 41.10002°N 29.06587°E / 41.10002; 29.06587Coordinates: 41°06′00″N 29°03′57″E / 41.10002°N 29.06587°E / 41.10002; 29.06587
Affiliation Islam
District Beykoz
Province Istanbul
Country Turkey
Architectural description
Architect(s) Mimar Sinan
Architectural type Mosque
Completed 1559–60

İskender Pasha Mosque (Turkish: İskender Paşa Cami) is a historic mosque located in Kanlıca neighborhood of Beykoz district in Istanbul, Turkey.

Located across the Kanlıca Pier,[1] it was commissioned by (military judge) Kazasker Gazi İskender Pasha and built by Mimar Sinan in 1559–60. The tomb of İskender Pasha is situated inside the mosque's yard.[2]


  1. "Kanlıca İskenderpaşa Camii" (in Turkish). İstanbukdaki Camiler. Retrieved 2016-06-13.
  2. "Kanlıca İskender Paşa Türbesi" (in Turkish). TAS Osmanlı Türbeleri. Retrieved 2016-06-13.
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