The Tekeli Mehmet Pasha Mosque stands not far from the Clock Tower, was built by order of the Chief Vizier Tekeli Mehmet Pasha and has been bearing his name for several centuries. According to the assumptions of archeologists and historians, it was erected at the end of the 16th and the beginning of the 17th century, exact information about the date of construction, the name of the architect is unknown. At the time of which of the sultans Suleiman I, Selim II, Murad III, the construction of a mosque began, historians only suggest, but there is no doubt that the mosque was built by order of the vizier, he served all three sultans. In the 18th century, the mosque was the main Ottoman temple of the city of Antalya, where she spent in prayers and appeals to Allah the nobility and the mob of the city. Nowadays, every interested tourist can visit the mosque, the main thing is to follow the established rules for visits to such places.