Murat Pasha Mosque was built in 1465 – 1471 by Has Murat Pasha, who was the governer of Rumeli – the Ottoman lands on the European side of the Bosphorus. The two domes have a diameter of 10.5 meter and are 20 meters of the ground. The architectural style of Murat Pasha Mosque has elements of early Ottoman architecture. The walls are made of cut stones and bricks. The courtyard is relatively wide. There is a fountain in the center. The interior of the mosque has one minaret. The masrasa and publich baths of the complex were demolished at a later date. The portico at the back has six columns. The mosque is located at the point where Vatan Avenue and Millet Street intersect, on Aksaray Square.