Great Mahmudiye Mosque
Located just behind and south of the National History and Archaeological Museum, a modern building protects what's left of a Roman floor...
National History & Archaeological Museum
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Roman Catholic church
Constanţa's Roman Catholic church is one street west of the Orthodox cathedral.
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Great Mahmudiye Mosque information
This impressive mosque is the seat of the mufti and was built in 1910 by King Carol I. It's the spiritual home of the 50,000 Muslims who inhabit the coastal region. The highlight is the enormous Persian rug, said to be the largest carpet in the country. You can climb the 140 steps of the minaret.