Tzisdarakis Mosque (o Moschea della Fontana di sotto), Athens

#28 of 64 in Historic Sites in Athens
Religious Site · Tourist Spot
Tzistarakis Mosque (Greek: Τζαμί Τζισταράκη, Turkish: Cizderiye Camii) is an Ottoman mosque, built in 1759, in Monastiraki Square, central Athens, Greece. It is now functioning as an annex of the Museum of Greek Folk Art.
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  • During our time in the city it was seemingly between exhibitions and not open. Nevertheless it is prominent in the great square and it was grand to view its former dominance. It now hosts modern...  more »
  • This building sits adjacent to Hadrian’s library in the southeast corner of Monsatiraki Square. It was built during the Ottoman era and is currently utilized as a museum.  more »
  • Great and very interesting, only a few euros entry
  • Beautiful old mosque, no one seems to care about

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