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Hassan Pascha Mosque

Tzami Kioutsouk Chasan, Chania Town, Crete, Greece
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Always worth a visit when you're in town

The Mosque of the Janissaries as it is usually known, is relic of the Ottoman occupation, and now... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Cretan_Blue
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Gavalochori, Greece
Old small, abandoned..so it appears

It sets in the harbor, so it is easy to see with the harbor, you walk past it on your way to the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
MikeinMalibu
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Malibu, California
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  • Poor6%
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Tzami Kioutsouk Chasan, Chania Town, Crete, Greece
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Mosque of the Janissaries as it is usually known, is relic of the Ottoman occupation, and now used as a flexible exhibition space. We've seen art exhibitions, photographic exhibitions, textile exhibitions and sales of various kinds all year round. The one thing to remember...More

Thank Cretan_Blue
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It sets in the harbor, so it is easy to see with the harbor, you walk past it on your way to the light house.

Thank MikeinMalibu
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The place featured a free art exhibit when we visited. No pictures were allowed because they sold cards and prints.

Thank FriendlyNorwegian
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Now used as a craft market, the mosque is at the heart of the harbor. Looked beautiful at night, restaurants and cafes all around. Boat tours and horse n trap rides go from here. Street hawkers are everywhere and add to the bazaar like feel:...More

Thank gabimarshall1
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

This amazing mosque build by a Armenian architect is located at the port. It is beautiful outside but empty inside. Local artists use the space as a art gallery.

Thank Ts S
Reviewed 12 July 2017

The muslim society completely vanished in Crete. During centuries the battle went on and after the defeat all muslim remains were destroyed. The old mosque in Chania is one of the very rare surviving buildings. The minaret has been demolished. Nowadays the building is used...More

2  Thank cwfan
Reviewed 11 July 2017

This old building is quite impressive from the outside. No charge to enter, there is an exhibition inside.

Thank Sérgio C
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We went twice to the Chania harbour where this Mosque is located and we had way to admire this beautiful piece of architecture, really well restored. Despite the interior is unadorned, while we visited it there was an extremely interesting exhibition inside. This show was...More

Thank Ollindo
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

As you walking in Chania for sure you ll see the Mosque lovely old small building now it's tourist place where ppl go and take pics for it also u can inter it for free and you can feel the effect of other culture on...More

Thank MontherYASEEN
Reviewed 21 June 2017 via mobile

It goes well with the rest of Chania, it is beautiful to walk around. The weather was perfect and the people very gentle. I love everything around

Thank Alessu
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