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Fazıl Ahmet Paşa Madrasah (Taş Madrasah)

The first library in Vezirköprü was built in 1662 by Fazıl Ahmet Pasha and served scholars out of a single room in the Madrasah,which was heavily damaged in the 1943 earthquake and later restored. The Madrasah was a multi-purpose space until 1964, when it became a public library. The building underwent a second restoration in 2002 and now houses 20,000 books. The library is definitely a must-see if you are in the area.

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