Colorful mosque (Шарена џамија) in Tetovo is one of the most representative monuments of architecture and art from the Ottoman period in Republic of Macedonia.
Bazaar Mosque in Prilep is located in the Old Prilep Bazaar, next to the Clock Tower.
Kodzha Kadi Mosque (Koca Ahmed Efendi Cami or Koca Kadı Cami) is located on the right side of the river Dragor, in the vicinity of the Upper wood market (Odun Pazar) and the Yeni Hammam.
Isa Fakıh Mosque (Çınar Mufti Cami) is located on the left side of the river Dragor, close to the Big Çınar tree, and the Eski Çifte hammam.
Isak (Ishak) Celebi Mosque (Kadi Ishak Çelebi Cami or Ishakkiye) is the largest and main mosque in Bitola, situated along the north bank of the Dragor River. This area was known as Bit pazar in the quarter of Emir Bey or […]
Hasan Baba Mosque (Hasan Baba Cami or Hasan Baba-Başı kesik tekiye cami) is located in the Upper western outskirts of Bitola, on the right side of the river Dragor.
Hamza Bey or The mosque of Three Sheyks is located in the western part of Bitola, near the today nonexistent Kurderes river and Zandan kule.
Hadzi Mahmud Bey Mosque is located in todays old Bitola bazaar, close to the river Dragor.
Yeni Mosque in Bitola is located in the city center on the right side of the River Dragor near the Clock Tower.
Haydar Kadi Mosque is located near the main city bazaar in Bitola.
Isa Bey Mosque is located near Bit Pazar in Skopje. Raised by Isa Bey, son of Ishak Bey, the founder Aladja (Sarena, Colorful) mosque in 1475.
Ishak Bey mosque was built by the famous ruler of Skopje – Ishak Bey, who in the first half of the fifteenth century, in 1438, in addition to the mosque as its memorial, erected another mausoleum, madrassa, mansions and buildings that belong to the profane architecture.
Yahya Pasha Mosque in Skopje was built in 1504. Judging by the construction material and method of construction, it is evident that the mosque suffered damage and renovations.
On hill Gazi Baba in Skopje is raised lonely turbe, in which was buried Asik Celebi (Gazi Baba, Mehmed Ali El Nata).
In the turbe Alti Ajak is buried Jashi (Iaşi) Bey, commander of the Turkish cavalry, which took part in the re-capture of Skopje and in that battle died in 1690.
On the southern part of the plateau, which rises east of Bit Pazar (Bazaar), located is the high hereditary of sultan Murat II, the mosque Hjunkjar (royal or Sultan Mosque).
East of the main entrance of the Skopsko Kale (fortress), on beautiful terrace which rises above the Old Skopje Bazaar,
On 12 km west of Skopje in Saraj village, located is Shah Pasha Mosque with turbe.