Sultan Bayezid II broke grounds for the construction of the complex that was built in Yeni İmaret near Tunca River in Edirne 1484 and it was put into service in 1488 (893 AH). The architect of the Complex of Sultan Bayezid II is Hayrettin the Architect.
Withing the complex, Bayezid II had a darüşşifa (hospital), a madrasah, an imaret (soup kitchen), a double hammam, a six-abutment bridge and a mill. The dome of the Bayezid Mosque is 22 m. and there is neither an arch nor a pillar inside. The minarets of the mosque have one very high sherefe each with nearly two hundred stairs.
The marble minbar is outstandingly elegant and the gathering place is positioned on columns of porphyry. These columns are said to have been brought from the ruins of the temple of Diana. The sanctuary is eye catching, covered with coisters. At the same time, a part of the complex next to the mosque is used as the Balkan Research Institute by Trakya University.
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