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What attracts you from the first minute is the great door leading into the museum. It's a masterpiece that deserves long watching. Inside we were impressed by ornate work of wooden doors from old centuries. It's a pity in our time they don't create anything...More
This was a medresse originally and now it's a museum with various Islamic artefacts from different eras. There are examples of carved stonework. The entrance is spectacular with a unique design of calligraphy carved into the stone. It's a fairly plain building inside.
Another “school” of the Seljuk period with wonderful stone pieces inside: so interesting to see how advanced they were in the 13th century, some of the carving are so modern (some of these looked so very Art Deco!).
Great collection of stone and wood arts from different periods. I was especially impressed by their stone art collection, a lot of them are very well preserved, beautiful animal motifs and calligraphy collections
This 13th century mosque is now a museum with mostly Seljuk periods treasures. from tomb stones, to architectural decoration pieces mostly in stone and also some wooden doors which are unique by their kinds. recommended for those who are interested in history and architecture of...More
Konya was the capital of Selchukian Empire before being part of the Ottoman Empire. They are very proud of that and you learn a lot about the Selchukians. In Ince Minare Musuem there are examples of Architectural examples of Selchukian times.
This Seljuk style building is worth seeing but be sure to step inside, you can find many historical remains exhibited here. The remains of Seljuk era are full of interets! There are still some elements of pre-Islam ( animals or birds figures, the human face...More
This is one of the best museum in Turkey and it is amazing Seljuks work from 1200 and I very appreciate to government efforts to preserve historical great Architectural art work for next generation.
There is timing to visit this museum but entry ticket is...More