They are a set of shrines located within an old cemetery in Taşoluk Neighborhood of Gülnar District, Mersin. The structures are dated to the 13th or 14th centuries. The first tomb of the Yediyatarlar Shrine is a simple square-shaped structure, and the portion above the door arch has collapsed. The arch of the drop-arched door is composed of two parts, and both parts bear the reliefs of the crescent and star. The epitaph is placed on the left. There are graves inside the shrine. This tomb is located a bit far from the other two tombs of the shrine. The second tomb of the Yediyatarlar Shrine is also a simple square-shaped and domed structure. It is bonded with fine face stones. The gate can be accessed through a two-step riser. The door is on the west wall and it is in monumental sizes as opposed to the tomb itself. The entrance gate is drop-arched. The epitaph is placed on the pediment, above the arch. There is a dysfunctional circular bossage on the right of the entrance and on the same level with the epitaph. There are window gaps on the walls and these are lancet windows. The third and the last one of the tombs in Yedi Yatarlar Shrine is also a square-shaped structure, and the portion above the door arch has collapsed. Its epitaph is placed on the right of its drop-arched door. The walls are bonded with face stones. The only window is placed on the wall across the gate and it is a drop-arched one; the rest of the walls are blank.