Carshi Mosque
Magjistrala Mitrovicë-Prishtina, Kqiç i Vogël, Kosovo 10000
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Carshi Mosque marks the beginning of the old town center. Built in the early 15th century by Sultan Bayazid to commemorate the victory of the Ottoman forces in 1389, it is the oldest standing building in Prishtina today. Listed since 1967 as the Bazaar Mosque. In the past, Carshi Mosque overlooked the old covered bazaar of Prishtina. Today, nothing is left of the old bazaar, only the name of Carshi mosque serves as a reminder. Many subsequent changes and repair works have changed the original look of this mosque, but its symbol - the unique stonetopped minaret - has survived for more than 600 years. The mosque is also nicknamed Tas Mosque, literally 'Stone Mosque'  Last updated 4 years ago

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