Seit-Settar religious complex is in Simferopol. The mosque was built in 1850 by the former head of the Crimean capital Seit Settar Çelebi.

The Muslims religious object worked until 1936, and after that it was used for economic purposes. The mosque was returned to believers in the 1990s.

In 2016 the complex was inaugurated after reconstruction. On its territory there is a mosque, a madrasah, dormitories for students and an administrative building for the religious community. Free classes for men over 15 on the Fundamentals of Islam, the Arabic alphabet and reading of the Koran are also open. Religious rituals and ethnic traditions of the Crimean Tatars are studied here.