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The Haci Bayram Mosque is one of the most historically significant mosques in Ankara and Turkey. An iconic religious centre based on the 17th century and 18th-century mosque architectural styles, it is home to the mausoleum of Turkish poet and Sufi Haci Bayram Veli, whose name it takes. The site also includes a Roman Temple of Augustus where the walls depict how it looked during the Roman times.
Built during the Ottoman Empire period, the ornamental wood ceiling, stained-glass windows, Kutahya tiles and floral and plant motifs of the mosque add to the intricate features of the historical architectural wonder. The facade of the Haci Bayram Mosque may seem to be basic and straightforward at first, but once you enter, the architectural features of the interiors will leave you mesmerised. The mosque only has one cylindrical minaret with two balconies on its southeast side. Around the site, you can find cafes, restaurants and religious book stores.
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