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There is an archeological site that the entry is to the right of Tzisdarakis Mosque. It shows how how many different influences Athens went though in past 10,000 years and more remarkable what too place in Athens within the last 3,000 years.
This is a really nice piece of architecture that has been used as museum for a long time. Unfortunately it is not currently open and needs some TLC to bring it to the condition it deserves to be in.
One of a few remaining buildings - evidence of Ottoman Empire- in Athens Sits high in Monastiraki square - cannot be missed-directly opposite the train station and in very busy square. Built in 1759 by then Turkish civil governor of Athens it has 1 large dome and 2 smaller ones. No longer operates as a mosque but as a museum... 更多
Tzisdarakis Mosque is one of the building within the large number of Ottoman heritage mosque which was build in Athens. It is undoubtedly the most well-preserved Ottoman legacy in Athens. Now, it is used as Museum of folk arts.
This small but beautiful mosque right in the heart of Monastiraki Square is one of the rare surviving examples of Ottoman construction in Athens. It is now a ceramic art museum
As we stepped out of the train station we were faced by an out of place building a ancient mosque amongst ancient greek ruins and now being a predominately Christian country for us it was strange to see, it demostrates the diffrent stages of this diverse culture.
An inscription above the entrance of the mosque indicates that it was built by Mustafa Aga Tzistarakis, the Ottoman civil... 更多