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Tas Medrese Camii
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Tas Medrese Camii Aksehir KONYA TURKEY

Konya Akşehir ilçesinde bulunan bu yapı yanındaki Taş Medrese ile birlikte Fahreddin Ali Sahip Ata tarafından 1250 yılında yaptırılmıştır. Külliye olarak düzenlenen bu yapıdan günümüze yalnızca mescit, medrese ve türbesi gelebilmiştir. Yapı topluluğunun kitabesi Akşehir Müzesi’ndedir. 


Mescit dikdörtgen planlı olup, kesme taş ve tuğladan yapılmıştır. Giriş kapısı önünde bir son cemaat yeri bulunmaktadır. İbadet mekânının mihrabı ve içerisi yer yer dökülmüş olmasına rağmen çini mozaikle süslüdür. Caminin yanındaki taş kaide üzerinde silindirik gövdeli iki şerefeli minaresi bulunmaktadır.

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Copyright: Tugay Dutucu Akşehir
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Taken: 05/03/2011
Uploaded: 18/05/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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