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The Monastery of Christ Pantepoptes, 'Christ the All-Seeing', was founded by Anna Delasenna, mother of Emperor Alexius I Comnenus, in the late 11th century, its church being converted into a mosque after the Ottoman Conquest. For a time one of the former monastery buildings was used as an imaret ( soup kitchen ), by which name the mosque is known today. The wall next to the pavement has now been replaced by railings, allowing more of the lower part of the structure to be seen.
View from the south-east, Küçük Mektepli Sokağı,  Zeyrek.         
                                  
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