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The Tile Museum
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Müze, Germiyanoğlu II. Yakub Külliyesi’nin imaret ve türbe bölümündedir. Kubbeli, şadırvanlı orta mekâna, üç yönde kubbeli eyvanla iki oda açılmaktadır. Türbede, II. Yakup’un çinili sandukası vardır. Müzede 14. yüzyıldan itibaren üretilen Kütahya ve İznik çinileri sergilenmektedir. Tarihteki ilk toplu iş sözleşmesi metni de buradadır. Müze, pazartesi hariç her gün 08.00-12.00 / 13.00-17.00 saatlerinde ziyarete açıktır.

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