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The sufi art work of ceiling rose of Karatay Medrese Museum Featured 25 Jun 2012 Image

The sufi art work of ceiling rose of Karatay Medrese Museum

Karatay Medrese is a medrese (a school with a frequently but not absolutely religious focus) built in Konya, Turkey, in 1251 by the Emir of the city Celaleddin Karatay, serving the Seljuk sultan. Since 1955, it has served as a museum where Seljuk tiles are united, while artifacts in stone or in wood are on display in Ince Minaret Medrese, also in Konya. The collection of Karatay Museum was particularly enriched by the finds collected as of the 1970s in Kubadabad Palace royal summer residence on Lake Bey?ehir shore, at eighty miles from Konya to the west. A caravanserai, also built by Celaleddin Karatay in the outskirts of Konya, carries his name too. Date: 1251

© Bahar Aykac / Mary Evans

Inside of the Grand Mosque - Ulu Cami in Bursa, Turkey Featured 25 Jun 2012 Image

Inside of the Grand Mosque - Ulu Cami in Bursa, Turkey

Ulu Cami - the largest mosque in Bursa and a landmark of early Ottoman architecture which used many elements from the Seljuk architecture. Ordered by Sultan Bayezid I, the mosque was designed and built by architect Ali Neccar in 1396?1400. It is a large rectangular building, with twenty domes arranged in four rows of five that are supported by twelve columns. Supposedly the twenty domes were built instead of the twenty separate mosques which Sultan Bayezid I had promised for winning the Battle of Nicopolis in 1396. The mosque has two minarets. There is also a fountain (sadirvan) inside the mosque where worshipers can perform ritual ablutions before prayer. Inside the mosque there are 192 monumental wall inscriptions written by the famous Ottoman calligraphers of that period. Date: 1396?1400

© Bahar Aykac / Mary Evans

Windows of the Green Mosque in Bursa, Turkey Featured 25 Jun 2012 Image

Windows of the Green Mosque in Bursa, Turkey

The Green Mosque (Yesil Camii) is one of the most important pieces of early Ottoman architecture, which carried many elements from the Selcuk architecture. This photo is a detail from the wooden door of the mosque.The Yesil Mosque can be shown as the perfect blend between architecture and embellishment. It was commissioned by Sultan Mehmed I Celebi and completed between 1419?1424 by architect vezir Haci Ivaz Pasha. The architectural style known as Bursa Style begins with Yesil Camii. Date: 1419-24

© Bahar Aykac / Mary Evans