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Thin Minaret Museum (Ince Minare Muzesi)
Turkey

Yapının mimarı Keluk bin Abdullah'tır (Kölük bin Abdullah). Darü-l Hadis Selçuklu Devrinin avlusu kapalı medreseleri grubundadır. Tek eyvanlıdır. Doğusunda yer alan taçkapı, Selçuklu Devri taş işçiliğinin en güzel örnekleri arasındadır.

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