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English: Religious complex (en:külliye) composed of mosque, en:madrasa and dependencies built between 1583-1595 before his enthronement by the Ottoman sultan en:Mehmed III in the name of his wet nurse and future mother-in-law of his grand vizier en:Tekeli Lala Mehmed Pasha in en:Gölmarmara, en:Manisa, Turkey
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