Mama Hatun Kumbedi, Erzincan

Mama Hatun Kumbedi also known as Mama Hatun Tomb, Mama Hatun Kumbedi, Mama Hatun Kumbeti, Melike Mama Hatun Turbesi, Mama Khatun Gunbad, Mausoleum of Mama Hatun.  The tomb is located at the city center of Tercan, across from the caravanserai of Mama Hatun. It is thought to belong to Mama Hatun, a daughter of Izz…

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Mama Hatun Caravanserai, Erzincan

Mama Hatun Caravanserai also known as Mama Hatun Kervansarayi, Mama Khatun Caravansary or Caravansarai, Mama Khatun Khan, Mama Hatun Hani. The caravanserai is located at the city center of Tercan, across from the tomb of Mama Hatun.

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Cifte Minareli Medrese – Sivas

Cifte minareli medrese also known as Çifte Minaret Madrasa in Sivas. All that remains of the Cifte (double) Minaret Madrasa in Sivas is the front façade, with its monumental portal in limestone and marble topped by the twin polychrome brick minarets that give it its name. Built in 1271 — the same year as Muzaffer…

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Izzeddin Keykavus Darussifasi – Sivas

Izzeddin Keykavus Darussifasi also known as Izzeddin Keykavus Hospital and Mausoleum, Sifahane of Keykavus I, Hospital of Izz al-din Kay Kavvus I, Hospital of Kay Ka’us I, Sifaiye Medresesi, Sifaiye Madrasa.  Seljuk Sultan Izzeddin Keykavus (1211-1220) founded this hospital in Sivas in 1217. At forty-eight by sixty-eight meters, it is the largest Seljuk hospital. Keykavus…

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Gok Medrese – Sivas

Gok Medrese also known as Gök Madrasa, Gök Medresesi, Gök Medrese at Sivas, Sahibiye Madrasa, Sivas Gok Medrese. The Gok Madrasa is one of three madrasas built in Sivas in 1271, the others being the Burujirdi Madrasa and the Çifte Minare Madrasa. The construction was funded by Vizier Sahip Ata during the rule of Giyaseddin…

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Malabadi Koprusu – Diyarbakir

Malabadi Koprusu also known as Malabadi Bridge, Batman Suyu köprüsü. The Malabadi bridge across the Batman River on the road between Silvan and Tatvan was built by Timur Tas of Mardin between 1146 and 1147. It was restored in the late twelfth century, and recently in the beginning of the twentieth century. It was once…

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Seyit Battal Gazi Kulliyesi – Eskisehir

Seyit Battal Gazi Kulliyesi also known as Seyyid Battal Gazi Complex, Seyid Battal Gazi Dergahi, Pir Battalgazi Asitanesi (Hanekahi, Tekkesi, Zaviyesi), Ümmühan Hatun Medresesi, Madrasa (Khanqah, Hanekah, Tekke, Takiyya, Takiyya, Dargah, Dergah, Zawiya, Zaviye, Dervish Lodge, Convent of Sayyid al-Battal Ghazi.  The complex is dedicated to (S eyyid) Battal Gazi, an epic hero based on…

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Safranbolu Town – Kastamonu

Safranbolu Town also known as Safranbolu Town Conservation. Conservation of a historic town spanning over 1000 years, and visited annually by 200,000 tourists. Safranbolu’s well-organized streets, pedestrian zones, and picturesque squares were included in this substantial conservation project. The town’s residential buildings are mainly built out of wood and mud brick with stone-bearing ground floors,…

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Ak Medrese – Nigde

Ak Medrese also known as Ak Madrasa, Ali Bey Medresesi, Ak Medresesi, Aq Madrasa.  Ak Madrasa, whose architect is unknown, was commissioned by Ali Bey under Karamanid rule in south-central Anatolia. It is a double storey building with a flat roof, centered on an open courtyard, and with a symmetrical plan aligned north south, measuring…

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Kasim Pasa Medresesi – Mardin

Kasim Pasa Medresesi also known as Kasım Pasa Medresesi, Kasimiye Madrasa, Kasim Pasa Medrese, Sultan Qasim Pasha Madrasa, Sultan Qasim Pasa Medrese.  The Kasimiye Madrasa at the western outskirts of Mardin is attributed to Sultan Kasim, son of  (1444-1457). It is estimated to have been built late fifteenth century or early sixteenth century. The madrasa…

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