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Arabahmet Mosque

The mosque was built on a church area when the Ottomans conquered Cyprus in the 16th century or the beginning of the 17th century A.D. It took its present shape when renovated in 1845 A.D. It is named after Arap Ahmet Paşa, one of the generals of the Turkish army in the conquest of Cyprus. It is a beautiful example of classic Turkish mosque architecture. It has an arched porch and a dome with a diameter of six meters.
Address: 105, Şht. Salahi Şevket Street, Arabahmet Neighborhood
Opening and Closing Hours

  • 08:00 - 18:00