Salepçioğlu Mosque

Salepçioğlu Mosque
Basic information
Location Kemeraltı, İzmir, Turkey
Affiliation Islam
Architectural description
Architectural type Mosque
Date established 1905

Salepçioğlu Mosque (Salepçioğlu Camii) is a Mosque in İzmir, Turkey located next to Konak Square in the heart of the city. The mosque which was constructed in the year 1905, is named after its patron Salepçizade Hacı Ahmet Efendi.


Domes of the Mosque

Its outer walls are lined with green marble and stone. In addition to the main dome, there are three smaller domes facing the entrance.[1] Worship has a square space, covered with a dome above pendant. Inside the dome is decorated with carvings. Palette of red, green and brown were to the fore. Round white and gray marble mihrab is a niche. The pulpit is a marble, decorated with geometric motifs above. Inside the mosque is illuminated by the lower and upper two rows of windows.[2]

The minaret of the mosque is not directly connected with the structure in the northeast, on a pedestal of stone, round-bodied and single balcony. The minaret is a very sleek and slim appearance. The minaret was repaired in 1927 and 1974.[3]


Coordinates: 38°25′02″N 27°07′57″E / 38.4171°N 27.1325°E / 38.4171; 27.1325

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