The Mufti Jami Mosque is the city's only surviving historical sacred place for Muslims to worship. The mosque is believed to have been built in 1623-1637. Its architecture is a blend of Byzantine and Ottoman Turkish traditions. The square-shaped mosque occupies an area of 40 sq m. The three entrances to the mosque are located according to geographical directions. A minaret tower was built on the western side of the mosque. Fragments of old paving blocks and Turkish bath ruins can be found close to the site.