Firuz Agha Mosque

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Firuz Ağa Mosque
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Religion
AffiliationIslam
Location
LocationIstanbul, Turkey
Geographic coordinates41°00′28″N 28°58′35″E / 41.007708°N 28.976290°E / 41.007708; 28.976290Coordinates: 41°00′28″N 28°58′35″E / 41.007708°N 28.976290°E / 41.007708; 28.976290
Architecture
TypeMosque
StyleOttoman architecture
Completed1491
Specifications
Minaret(s)1
Materialsstone

The Firuz Ağa Mosque (Turkish: Firuz Ağa Camii) is a 15th-century Ottoman mosque in the Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. It was built by Firuz Ağa, the head treasurer of Sultan Beyazıt II. The marble sarcophagus of Firuz Ağa is located in the mosque complex. The mosque is located in the historical center of the city, on the Divanyolu Street, close to other prominent historical landmarks, Sultanahmet Mosque, Aya Sofya and Basilica Cistern.

Commemorative plate of Firuz Agha Mosque

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