Çukur Masjid was built by a man named Ahmet Bey in the second half of the 15th century. The place, which was used as a weaving factory and repairs made at different times, has lost its originality. The place of worship has a rectangular plan close to a square. The place of worship, which is covered with a roof, is illuminated by six windows. However, one of these windows was closed due to a structure adjacent to the building. No decoration has survived from inside the mosque. The wooden columns and column heads in the last congregation place are original.

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