Dengere Mosque The village of Bölme Pınar in Burdur province boasts one of the country's rare examples of a wooden-pillared, earth-roofed Dengere mosque. Built during the Seljuk and principalities period, the mosque is located in Çavdır town, and for an unknown reason, it does not have an inscription. However, the date 1661 is engraved in stone on one of its walls, indicating its construction date. The mosque, complete with a minaret and fountain, is a cohesive unit. Its square plan is divided into three elevated pitches by four pillars, creating eight-sided wooden columns lining the ceiling. The ceiling is a spectacle of pillows, balustrades, and other details, including geometric painted ornaments on the pulpit and wooden faces. The mosque's ornate pulpit faces the mihrab and is made of plaster painted pillars and decorative window-like openings. Its transition to the wall is triangular overlays. The entrance door, which features two wings, is adorned with patches of wood in a carving technique called 'künde kari'. The mosque's earthen branch, which serves as its main measure, was later covered with tiles to create a roof. When the General Directorate of Foundations restored the mosque in 1968, they rebuilt the western wall.