About this building
A shrine style like that of the Naziresha Mosque in the same town, it is the typical Albanian Islamic achitecture. The style consists a prayer hall, the portico at the front of the entrance and the minaret to the right and a raised hemispherical dome with an octagonal polygonal drum.
Also known as Sultan Bayezid Mosque, it was founded by the same Sultan for the name sake in 1485, making it one of the oldest active mosques in Albania.
Built in the 16 century, the mosque was partially (its minaret balcony and roof) damaged in 1920 due to an earthquake.