Hajji Bendo Mosque

The Hajji Bendo Mosque is one of the works of Ottoman architecture in Albania, built in the 18th century during the reign of Ali Pasha (1788-1822). The mosque was damaged during the communist period. Its dome, once made of red brick, is now covered with concrete. The Muslim frescoes and murals in the mosque are in danger of disappearing. Half of its stone minaret has disappeared.

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  • Monuments

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