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Whirling Dervishes' Mosque

Kütahya Mevlevihanesi, Konya ve Afyon'dan sonra üçüncü büyük Mevlevi merkezidir. Yapı 19. yüzyılda esaslı bir onarım görmüştür. Dönenler Camii adıyla anılan Semahane bölümü 1959 yılında Vakıflar tarafından onarılarak ibadete açılmıştır. Kare planlı, iki katlı yüksek bir yapıdır. Sekizgen kasnak üzerinde yükselen ahşap kubbesi piramidal çatı ve kiremitle örtülüdür. Dede hücreleri olan kısmı, aşevi olarak kullanılmaktadır.

Copyright: Kütahya Kültür Ve Turizm
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 19/07/2012
Uploaded: 19/07/2012
Updated: 31/03/2015


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