Izmir Hacı Sinan Mosque
Hacı Sinan Complex, located in İzmir Province, on 13 Islands in the Mosque Quarter; In the north, Manyasoğlu Street is a religious facility consisting of a mosque and two madrasahs in the east between the Old Government Front Street, the Kalaycilar in the South and the Streets of the West.
AIn the middle of the complex that he named after the southwest-northeast oriented rectangle-shaped mosque structure; the six-domed harim, its eastern and western wings, two symmetrical symmetric spaces with square plans, closed with a smaller dome, and the last congregation north of the ruin and a minaret in the northwest.
In the northwest corner of the island, there is the hexagonal planned fountain in the courtyard between the mosque and the Meşruta (Second) Madrasa of Hacı Sinan Complex.
Sitting on the sloping land to the south, the mosque is located in the southeast corner of the mosque, and consists of a symmetrical east and west wing on either side of the central courtyard, with a colonnade of four student cells and a roof covered with eight small domes.
The entrance to the madrasa from the courtyard is provided by a platform with five steps, one with mosaic concrete and the other with a slate stone. It is understood that the dimensions of the lower floor spaces have been changed as a result of the interventions performed at various periods. There are various interventions on the facade layout formed by flat arched openings on the ground floor. Some of the openings were covered with stone and / or brick weave and the belt was closed to the stirrup line and some of them continued to be used as the window opening.
On the second floor of the building, there is an on L ında shaped portico covered by a roof porch, sitting on fifteen wooden planks. Floor and ceiling tiles are covered with wooden beams. There are eleven spaces of different sizes on this floor. The size of the room (student cells) on the long arm of the madrasa is different from the original schema. These rooms have rectangular doors and windows opened to the door. The top floor window openings of the room 102 are round arched and all other upper floor window openings are simple rectangular. The west facade and the fringe wiping along the south façade of the room no. 102 show neo-classical features. The building does not have an inscription. Although it is within the Hacı Sinan Complex, its architectural features and facade arrangement indicate that it was built later than the complex.