Originally named as the Hadji Hüseyin Mosque, this mosque is in Başoturak district in Kemeraltı.
Hisar Mosque, which is one of the biggest mosques in İzmir, is located in the Historical Kemeraltı Bazaar with its magnificient glory.
This elegant structure in Damlacık, one of the oldest districts in İzmir, is thought to be built in the early 18th century.
Kemeraltı Mosque is the closest one to Konak Square amongst the five that are located on the old inland sea coast.
The mosque, situated in the Historical Kemeraltı Bazaar on an area called Kestane Pazarı (Chestnut Bazaaar), where there are the spice...
This beautiful structure, located on a downhill in Damlacık that goes down to Konak, was constructed by Odunkapılızade Başağa Hadji Mehmet...
The mosque was named after the father of Hadji Ahmet, the son who had it built.
One of the five mosques in Kemeraltı, Şadırvan Mosque is located on the area that was once inland sea coast.
Yalı Mosque, a rare work of art located in the Konak Square, is also known as ''Konak Mosque’.
This mosque is also referred as “Kadızade Mosque” and “Naturzade Mosque.” It is thought to be built around the second half of the 18th...
The mosque, which is known to be active in the early 19th century, burnt down in 1894 and was rebuilt after the fire.
The mosque, located in the entrance of Basmane, was built in the mid 18th century by Bostani Mahmut Efendi.
Esnaf Şeyh Mosque
It is known that the mosque located in Arap Fırını district in Konak was built in the 18th century.
On the marble epitaph of the mosque in Konak built by Kurt Mehmet Pasha, it is written that it was built in 1893.
Foça, which is one of the most popular holiday destinations in İzmir, is also famous for its historical buildings.
Kılcı Mehmet Ağa Mosque
Kılcı Mehmet Ağa Mosque, the construction date of which is unknown, is located in Bademli, 19 km from Ödemiş.
Bergama’s Great (Yıldırım or Ulu) Mosque
The Ulu Mosque is located in Bergama, which takes its visitors on a fascinating journey with its historical structures.
Kumrulu Masjid, the oldest masjid in İzmir, is located in Basmane.
Aydınoğlu Mehmet Bey Camii – Birgi Ulu Camii (Ödemiş)
Aydınoğlu Mehmet Bey Mosque, located in Birgi neighborhood of Ödemiş, which is one of the most famous historical neighbourhoods in İzmir,...
Karaoğlu Mosque (Birgi)
Karaoğlu Mosque is one of the most important historical mosques in Birgi, just like Derviş Ağa Mosque and Aydınoğlu Mehmet Bey Mosque.
Derviş Ağa Mosque
Derviş Ağa Mosque, one of the most important buildings of Birgi, which is famous for its historical texture, is named after Derviş Aga, who...
İsa Bey Mosque (Selçuk)
İsa Bey Mosque in Selçuk, which is known as a monumental masterpiece belonging to the Seljuks era is situated in the western slope of the...
Selvili Prayer Room
Selvili Prayer Room, which is stated to be built originally as Osman Efendi Mosque, is located in Konak.
Ödemiş Birgivi Mehmet Efendi Tomb (Ödemiş)
Birgivi Tomb is one of the most visited places in Birgi town, which was once the capital of Aydınoğulları Principality and is now a town...
Sultan Şah Tomb
The tomb of Sultan Shah, was built in 1310 by Aydınoğlu Mehmet Bey, founder of Aydınoğulları Principality, for his sister Hanzade Hatun,...
Emir Sultan Tomb
Emir Sultan Tomb is located in the Pazaryeri neighbourhıod in Basmane and it is one of the most significant tombs in İzmir.
The tomb was built after the death of Aydınoğlu Mehmet Bey, the founder of Aydınoğulları Principality, who conquered Birgi and made it the...
Kızlarğası Inn, located in Halim Ağa Bazaar in Kemeraltı, is one of the most popular inns in the city with its Ottoman-style architecture,...
Güdük Minaret Mosque
One of the rare structures to have survived from Aydınoğulları Period, Güdük Minaret Mosque is a square, stone rubble structure.