Yakovalı Hasan Paşa Mosque

Local nameJakováli Hasszán pasa dzsámija
LocationPécs, Hungary

The Yakovalı Hasan Paşa Mosque is a late 16th-century mosque in Pécs, southern Hungary. It was constructed when the region was part of the Turkish Ottoman Empire, around the same time as the main mosque of Pécs, the Mosque of Pasha Qasim. It was named after the local government official who commissioned the mosque, Yakovalı Hasan Paşa. It is thus one of the oldest mosques existing in Hungary today. The mosque is still active as a Muslim place of worship, and also houses a small exhibition centre for Turkish handicraft and historical artifacts documenting Hungary's Ottoman past.

Tags MuslimPlace of WorshipMosque
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakovalı_Hasan_Paşa_Mosque

Official Website https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jakov%C3%A1li_Hassz%C3%A1n_dzs%C3%A1mija

Coordinates 46°4'26.828" N 18°13'15.74" E

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