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Amasya Blue Medersa Interesting

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Amasya Blue Medersa Interesting : Michelin's recommendations

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Built in 1266, this former Koranic school is today used as a mosque. Its high, forbidding walls are reinforced at each corner by buttresses that give the building the appearance of a fortress. The portal, with its simple Gothic arch, is rather plain in style, with the traditional muqarna decor featuring only around the two small windows on either side of the doorway. A türbe (tomb) adjoins the medersa, crowned with a superb octagonal brick dome lined with a band of blue faience. The nearby Torumtay Türbesi houses the tomb of the medersa's founder, who died in 1276.

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  • Address : Mustafa Kemal Cad. TR - AmasyaAmasya

Opening hours :

  • Open at prayer times

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