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“very well kept and loved”

Mustafa Pasha Mosque
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Reviewed 27 June 2014

this is a very well kept mosque. a very friendly and polite Muslim gentleman saw me outside and invited me to look around with him. it has a simple and functional exterior and what i thought was a pretty interior. i had a lovely experience visiting this mosque.

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Reviewed 25 June 2014

Mustafa Pasha`s mosque is one of the most beautiful buildings of Islamic religious architecture in Skopje. Located on a hillside opposite of Fort Kale, this mosque dominates the whole surrounding and can be seen from every part of the town center.

It was built in the last decade of the 15th century when Macedonia was part of the Ottoman Empire. It is an endowment of Mustafa Pasha, a high ranking official in the Ottoman state. Above the entrance door to the mosque there is an inscription in Arabic dating from about the time when the mosque was built.

By the right front corner of the main cube stands a minaret which gives a vertical accent to the whole building Its upper part is a projecting balcony from which the muezzin calls the faithful to prayer. The minaret is about 47 meters high and its spiral staircase has 138 steps.

On the outer east side of the mosque is Mustafa Pasha`s mausoleum. It is a closed type hexagonal mausoleum with a dome identically to that of the mosque. On the outer south part of the mosque there is a sarcophagus, which is suppose to be the grave of Umi, one of Mustafa Pasha`s daughters. For more: http://bit.ly/EHM-Mustafa_Pasha_Mosque

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Reviewed 26 April 2014

Was closed when we passed by, but when local watchman (I guess) observed us, he immediately offered to let us in. Thanks to him we had the possibility to enjoy this nice mosque. Impression was that it is quite special and historical place with several artifacts displayed to public.

Thank MartinsLV
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Reviewed 5 October 2013

Mustang a Pasha mosque, in term of size, is not all that great. But there is a spiritual air to it. The location is very pretty with the Kale fort on one side and the mountains on the other. Besides it is a nice gateway for entering the old bazaar area. For nice pictures of the monument I will recommend crossing to the other side of the road in front of the mosque and climbing the retainer wall - you will be able to capture the monument in its full glory.

Thank lovayager
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Reviewed 30 July 2013

A nice mosque left from Ottomans,still active and used as mosque.It's near Kale Fortress.There is Mustafa Paşa's tomb in the backyard.

Thank Burak C
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