Ottoman architecture in Hungary (17th century)

Ottoman architecture in Hungary (17th century)

Remnants of Ottoman architecture in Hungary include the Gazi Kasim Pasha Mosque in Pécs and the Minaret of Eger.

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nhà thờ hồi giáo, tháp, Gazi Kasim pasha, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ, Thời kỳ Ottoman, Hồi giáo, Pécs, Eger, eyalet, Hungary, Đế chế Ottonam, nhà thờ, tôn giáo, lịch sử hiện đại, công trình tôn giáo, kiến trúc, lịch sử nghệ thuật, cầu nguyện, Thượng Đế, thế kỷ thứ 17, lịch sử

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