Nasrullah Mosque

Nasrullah Mosque
Location of Nasrullah Mosque in Turkey
Basic information
Location Turkey Kastamonu, Turkey
Geographic coordinates 41°22′38″N 33°46′31″E / 41.37722°N 33.77528°E / 41.37722; 33.77528Coordinates: 41°22′38″N 33°46′31″E / 41.37722°N 33.77528°E / 41.37722; 33.77528
Affiliation Sunni Islam
Province Kastamonu Province
Region Black Sea Region
Status Active
Architectural description
Architectural type Mosque
Architectural style Ottoman architecture
Completed 1506
Minaret(s) 2

Nasrullah Mosque (Turkish: Nasrullah Cami) is a 16th-century Ottoman mosque in Kastamonu, Turkey.

It is located in the center of Kastamonu just west of the Kastamonu Governor's Office and Gök River.

The mosque was commissioned by Khadi Nasrullah, a judge of the Otoman Empire. It was built in 1506, during the reign of Sultan Beyazıt II. The building underwent restorations in 1746, 1845 and 1945.[1]

The mosque has nine domes over six square columns each with the dimensions of 1.60 m × 1.60 m (5.2 ft × 5.2 ft). The narthex (Turkish: son cemaat yeri) has seven domes over ten columns. The pretentious public fountain (Turkish: şadırvan) of the mosque is in the courtyard to the north of the mosque. The mosque has two minarets.


  1. Diyanet periodical (Turkish)
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