Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)
This is a rectangular planned building of which nearly half is used as a mosque and the other part as a school. The entrance of the mosque is from a wide and flat arch. On the wall of the flat arch there is a false pointed arch. The mosque has pointed arched windows with stone frames. Corner stone exists. The roof leaks and is supported by an iron beam. The ceiling is soletex. Currently, not in use.
Humidity: Existing Mark
Comments: Damp is rising from the ground as well as comes from the roof.
Technical Details/Materials Used
Roof: French Tiles
Windows: Wood shutters (not original)
Small Signs: No
Architect Plans: No
Cadastral Elements: Village Plan 1:1250 Plot 21
Proposed Protection Measures
Roof must be repaired. Windows must be renewed with original details. Corner stones and stone frames must be cleaned from painting.