Being built in 1575 by Esmahan, the daughter of Ottoman sultan Selim II. Located in Mangalia, Constanţa County, it serves a community of 800 Muslim families, most of them of Turkish and Tatar ethnicity. It was renovated in the 1990s and includes a graveyard with 300-year old tombstones.
- (Romanian) Moscheea ridicată de prinţesa Esmahan, Jurnalul Naţional
- Muftiyat of Romania - contains detailed information about mosques in Romania
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