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A small group of Ottoman buildings in the centre of Komotini. In 1884, the Clock Tower and Geni Tzami were built by the sultan Abdul Hamit. The latter still operates and is open for public. In the yard you will find the religious centre of the Muslims of Rodopi as well as the tin workshops at a short distance.
It is the central monument of the town and is located near the municipal forest of Komotini. The monument consists of a marble tablet on which a metal sword can be seen. It is the centre for the festivities in the honor of the liberation of the city and every Sunday a ceremony for the Greek flag takes place during which no one moves till it is...
You will find Eski Tzami near Imaret. Although it was built after Geni Tzami, its name can be translated into “Old Mosque”. It was constructed by Gazi Ahmet Evrenos. Eski Tzami belongs to a group of buildings and its construction dates back to 1608/9 or 1677/8. During the invasion of the Bulgarians in 1910 it was turned into a church. Later on,...