Pasha’s Mosque


The Pasha’s Mosque was built in 1797, as its foundation inscription attests, by ‘the great, the elevated, the respectable and useful, our master Sidi Hassan Bacha’. Visits are often possible outside of prayer time but it's probably a good idea to take a local with you.

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