The Iskele Kasjid was built by Bedirhan Paşazadelerden Kenan Paşa, governour of Teke. It is hexagonal in plan, made of cut stone and stands on six pillars, with a pyramidal tile covered roof. There is a wooden minaret aat the northwestern side. A source of clean water at the bottom of the masjid has been active in the formation of the architectural form.
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In Turkish it is added the prayer room dates from 1903. It is in the harbour area.