A smaller version of the Ulu Camii in Bursa and similar in style to the original Fatih Camii before it was destroyed in the 1766 earthquake, the Atik Ali Pasa represents a transition between Selçuk and traditional Ottoman architecture. The mosque was the center of a complex built in 1496 by the eunuch Grand Vizier of Beyazit II, Hadim Ali Pasa. The tekke, or dervis lodge, soup kitchens, and part of the medrese were razed for the widening of Divanyolu.