Hagia Sophia The recent removal of the museum status of Hagia Sophia and its reversion to a mosque have created quite a stir around the world. Adana Grand Mosque The mosque, built by Halil Bey in 1507 during the period of Beylik of Ramazanoğlu, Tuzla Khan is a part of a complex that consists of a madrasah, tomb and foundation palace. Aksaray Grand Mosque Also known as the Karamanoğlu Grand Mosque, the house of worship is located in the central Anatolian province of Aksaray. The Aksaray Grand Mosque was built between the years of 1408-1409 and went through a major restoration in 1483-1483. Its minaret was built in 1925. Aziziye Mosque Located in the central Anatolian province Konya, Aziziye Mosque was built between the years 1671-1676. Beyazıt Paşa Mosque Located in the northern province of Amasya, the mosque was built in 1414 directly next to a river across from Künç Bridge. Bursa Grand Mosque The 600-year-old Grand Mosque of Bursa was built in what was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire between 1396 and 1399 by Bayezid I, the empire's fourth ruler. This monumental structure is a grand example of early Ottoman art and is also one of the most important mosques in Turkey and the Islamic world.