The Çarşı Mosque is on Atatürk Boulevard, Cumhuriyet Square, on the southwest side of Sabunhane. It opened in 1905. The mosque is built of smooth cut stone, and has a near-square rectangular harim or outer courtyard, a flat-roofed son cemaat yeri or praying portico, minaret and small courtyard.
There is a minaret pedestal on the east side of the praying portico. The minaret on the northeast corner was built in 1950. It has a square base, cylindrical shaft and a single gallery. The area beneath the gallery is richly ornamented. The lowest area has carved semi-circles, each with a rosette above. The rosettes have round çini porcelain tiles buried in the wall, and the type of çini called baçini has been used. Above the tiles are rows of muqarnas – a type of decorative corbel. The minaret gallery has a stone fretwork guardrail. Then come the petek (part of the shaft above the gallery), külah (conical roof) and finally the alem (metal crescent).