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8th part of Drama cultural routes - MOSQUE “ARAP CAMI”

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8th part of Drama cultural routes - MOSQUE “ARAP CAMI”

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8th part of Drama cultural routes - MOSQUE “ARAP CAMI”

 
MOSQUE “ARAP CAMI” 
(Lambrianidis Street)
 
THE “ARAP CAMI”, at the junction of Megas Alexandros, Konstantinos Palaeologos and Lambros Lambrianidis Streets is a rectangular stone building with a porch on the Northwest side and three arch-shaped openings. Concerning this building, a study has been conducted by the Municipality of Drama regarding its restoration and the creation of an art gallery.
  Today’s churches Hagios Nikolaos (St. Nicholas) and Hagia Triada (Holy Trinity) were also mosques in the past (the “Eski cami” and “Kurşun or Kurşunlu cami” respectively). During the Ottoman Period there were other Muslim mosques, baths and seminaries as well.
 

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