Hekimoğlu Ali Pasha Mosque was built between 1734–1735 in the Fatih district of Istanbul by Hekimoğlu Ali Pasha, who was born in Istanbul in 1689. It is considered as the last work of classical Turkish architecture together with its Külliye. The architects of mosque are Çuhadar Ömer Ağa and Hacı Mustafa Ağa.
Mosque is a Kulliye consisting of a khanqah, a türbe, a shadirvan, a library, a fountain a tomb and a primary school.
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