Khan Uzbek Mosque — the oldest surviving mosque in Crimea

The oldest surviving mosque of the peninsula, built under the Golden Horde Khan Uzbek, is located in Eski Qirim (Old Crimea). It is adjoined by the ruins of a madrasah. The architectural complex, built in the 14th century, still attracts the attention of scientists-historians, lovers of antiquity and tourists. For Crimean Tatars, the Uzbek-Jami is not just a mosque, but a shrine that symbolizes the connection between different historical eras.