Located near the center of Kumanovo, this mosque is a onedome, “Sultan” mosque and is known as Eski (former) Mosque. It was originally built in 1532 in the Turkish Orta-Bunar neighborhoods of Kumanovo. It is constructed from precision-crafted yellowish stone blocks. The unusually high circular drum of the dome and the small drum in the center of the dome are circular inside and outside, as well as a rare transitional solution inside the prayer space from a frieze of Turkish triangles of the dome. These characteristics place this mosque in the ranks of the most interesting mosques from early Ottoman period, and it is the only such example in Macedonia that possesses this kind of architectural expression of the 16th century.