The first Turkish building inscribed to UNESCO's World Heritage List, the Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi was built in the 13th century by Ahmed Shah and his wife Mellke Turan of the Principality of Mengucek. Designed by the architect Hurrem Shah, of Ahlat, in 1288, the Great Mosque of Divrigi is renowned for Its monumental architecture, its hexagonal dome, and its unique stone carving decorations.
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marabu61 (3924) 2012-09-25 14:33
Welcome to Trek Earth, I hope you enjoy your time here.
Great architecutural details you show us here on this mosque. I quite like your thight cropping.
Unfortunatly the picture is slightly overexoosed imho. I have tried to correct that in a little workshop. I hope you don't mind?
have a good week