İnegöl İshak Pasha Ottoman Complex
İshak Pasha Mosque, located in the İnegöl Bazaar, is a building group with its madrasah and tomb. It is one of the examples of XV. century Ottoman architecture and according to Ishak Pasha's endowment dated 1486, there were also imaret, lodges, inn and barn in the complex. Only mosques, madrasah and tombs have survived to this day.
İshak Pasha was a statesman who lived in the period of Sultan Murat II and Fatih Sultan Mehmet. He participated in the conquest of Istanbul, and became the chief vizier three times in the period of Fatih Sultan Mehmet. The sanjak of Thessaloniki was given to him, he died in Thessaloniki in 1487, upon his will, he was brought to İnegöl and buried in his social complex (1487).
İshak Pasha Mosque according to what is learned from the endowment dated 1486; It was completed before 1468-1469. Today, the inscription on the door on the north facade of the mosque shows that it was repaired by Sultan II. Abdülhamit (1876-1909) in 1877.
İshak Pasha Mosque consists of two square-shaped, domed rooms in the north-south direction, and two side rooms with small domes on the right and left of the entrance. According to this plan, İshak Pasha Mosque belongs to the group of Reverse T-planned, side-space or angular mosques.
There is a rectangular mihrab niche on the south wall of the place of worship. The body of today's minaret is new, only the base and foot part, which is made of two cut stones and two bricks, are original.