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Stone masterpiece

Hunat Hatun was the wife of Alaaedin Keykubat and the mother of Giyaseddin Keyhusrev. She endowed... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2018
Melbourne, Australia
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Seljuk architecture at its best: grandness, rationality and elegance.

This complex, includes a mosque, a former madrassah (Islamic school), a mausoleum and a hammam (a... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2018
Milan, Italy
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4 Oct 2018
“Stone masterpiece ”
1 Jun 2018
“Seljuk architecture at its best: grandness, rationality and elegance.”
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Reviewed 4 October 2018 via mobile

Hunat Hatun was the wife of Alaaedin Keykubat and the mother of Giyaseddin Keyhusrev. She endowed this mosque and Kulliye complex, which is made entirely of cut stone. A gorgeous structure and functioning as a Mosque and Bazaar

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Reviewed 1 June 2018

This complex, includes a mosque, a former madrassah (Islamic school), a mausoleum and a hammam (a Turkish bath). All were built in the years 1225-35, at the behest of Hunat Mahperi Hatun, wife of the Seljuk sultan Allattin Keykubad: she is buried in the complex....More

3  Thank Marco_Polo499
Reviewed 20 December 2017 via mobile

A complax of mosque school and hammam the ewan part is turnd into artisan and craft shops. There is a cafe service turkesh tea and coffee no admission fees

Thank Munira S
Reviewed 15 September 2016

It is the one of largest selcuk complex and the most beautiful of its kind. The mosque is still functioning

1  Thank shahibul
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

If you want original traditional Turkish hamam, come here. Welcoming English speaking guy at the reception - he will guide you through the procedures. Rest of guys working there, very friendly but speaks only Turkish 😜. Footbath, sauna, hot stone, showers.. Skin rub - keze....More

1  Thank Ringo-Polo
Reviewed 29 March 2016 via mobile

Turkish rugs, calligraphy, flute-making, and custom prayer-bead artisan products are produced and sold here at fair prices. (Rugs are not made there, but the rug shop owner is very engaging with stories about the various patterns available and their histories.

Thank ShakaBoy
Reviewed 21 September 2015

It's a cosy place to spend 1-2 hours. Very old, (about 800 years) stunning complex. Don't forget to enjoy Turkish coffee in the patio.

1  Thank Ahmet U
Reviewed 26 May 2015 via mobile

Visited this place during a business visit to kaysiri and although it is really cosy and has a really nice terrace it's rather small. Still a good place to take a break and relax though!

Thank RikRaider
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