Gazi Mihal Mosque
The mosque of Gazi Mihal was built in 1421. This mosque comprises a central hall, prayer iwan, and two convent rooms. A dome on pendentives surmounts the square central hall. Ribs enrich the domes of the two convent rooms. A baxrel vault protected on the exterior by a pitched roof covers the raised pmyer iwan. The domed cenhal bay of the porch is wider and higher than the other four, which are all covered by barrel vaults.