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Pertev Pasha Tomb

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  • Construction year: 1572-1573?
  • The city it is located in: İstanbul
  • The borough it is located in: Eyüp 
  • The neighbourhood it is located in: Central Eyüp
  • Address: Camii Kebir Avenue, Beybaba Street, Eyüp
  • How to reach the place: This Tomb is located in central Eyüp, across from the rear door of the Eyüp Sultan Mosque. You can take any of the public transportation vehicles to Eyüp.
  • Monument type: Tomb
  • The function today: Tomb
  • The ownership: Ministry of Culture and Tourism
  • The bibliography that link the building to Sinan: TE, TB, TM
  • Information about the monument: Pertev Mehmet Pasha served as Vizier during the reigns of Kanuni Sultan Süleyman and Selim II. Sinan built a Complex in Izmit and the tomb in Eyüp for Pertev Mehmet Pasha. His tomb, which has a rectangular plan, has an open top. It may have been enclosed with a wooden roof structure at the turn of the 20th century. It is closed to visitors however the interior can easily be viewed through the window openings.
  • The other monuments of Sinan similar to this building: Defterdar Mahmut Çelebi Masjid, Davutağa Masjid (Sarayağası Mosque), Dere (Akarçeşme-Çömlekçiler) Bath House, Siyavuş Pasha Sons' Tomb, Sokollu Mehmet Paşa Madrasa (Eyüp), Sokollu Mehmet Paşa Darülkurra, Sokollu Mehmet Pasha Tomb, Şah Sultan Mosque, Zal Mahmut Paşa Mosque, Zal Mahmut Paşa Tomb, Zal Mahmut Paşa Madrasa, Arpacıbaşı Masjid, Düğmeci Paşa Masjid (Düğmeciler Mosque), Nişancı Mustafa Paşa Mosque, Süleyman Subaşı Masjid (Münzevi Mosque),
  • The other monuments similar to this building: Eyüp Sultan Mosque, Cemeteries, Anemas Dungeons, Pierre Loti Coffehouse, Feshane
  • Last Update: 1.12.2015
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