Hemsin Mosque

Hemsin Mosque was built after the Russo-Turkish War in 1877. It was built by Hemsin migrants who had settled in the Akcakoca district of Duzce. It was built by the Canti method, which can be described as a building method in which the walls are made from sawn wood without nails. The method is widely used in northern Anatolia, particularly in forest villages and highlands.