Everything about this, from arriving at the side of a sparkling blue green lake surrounded by mountains, to the village houses surrounding the mosque, to the 13C mosque itself, were delightful. The interior is beautiful wood, much of it carved and painted, and beautiful light coming from a skylight in the roof. There is a stunning Mihrab in turquoise and black tiles. Unfortunately the medrassa was closed for renovation, but we enjoyed walking around the village and seeing some of the renovated houses and others in a sorry state of collapse, plus the domed tiled roofs of the hammam.
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