This 15th century mosque is accessed through an impressive door opening to a short flight of steps and a large central court. There is a tree growing in the centre of this open court, presumably to offer shade to the Faithful. Islam is a congregational religion like the other two Semitic faiths of Christianity and Judaism, and such spaces are an essential feature of their places of worship. Surrounding this court are interesting arches and domes. This mosque is, apparently, used only for Friday prayers and funerals.