The Muradie Mosque or Lead Mosque

The Muradie Mosque or Lead Mosque (Xhamia e Plumbit) is considered a cultural monument. The Mosque was built in 1537 during the rulership of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. It is believed that the cultural monument was designed by the prominent Albanian architect, Mimar Sinani, a leading mosque builder in the Ottoman Empire and the author of the Great Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul. The construction was completed in 1542 AD.