Ince Minare Museum, Konya
Categories: History Museums, Museums
İnce Minareli Medrese is a 13th-century medrese located in Konya, Turkey, now housing the Museum of Stone and Wood Art .HistoryBuilt between 1258-1279 by the Anatolian Seljuk Sultanate vizier Sâhib Ata Fahreddin Ali who later founded the Anatolian beylik of Sâhib Ata. The minaret was originally much taller than the section that survives today, and had an unusually slender appearance in comparison to the minarets of other contemporary Seljuk mosques, hence the name of the structure.The building has a highly ornamented stone façade which includes relief work of scripts, geometric patterning and vertical ribbon-like lines. The entrance is surrounded by a band of elegant Thuluth, depicting Sura 36 and Sura 110.The minaret was damaged by lightning in 1901, and was restored in 1956.The building now houses a museum of stone and wooden objects dating from the Seljuk and Ottoman periods.For Ince Minare Museum and beyond, use our Konya travel itinerary planner to get the most from your Konya vacation.
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Die Steinbearbeitungen sind sehr schön gemacht. Bis einer Stunde sollte auf jeden Fall für den Besuch eingeplant werden.The stone arrangements are very nicely done. Up to an hour should be planned in any case for the visit.show original
Tas eserlerin bulunduğu bir muze. Merkezi konumu sebebiyle gidilmeli. Medresenin kubbesi de oldukca etkileyici.Taku pieces of art in a museum. Due to the central location, you should. Madrasah dome as they are impressive, too.show original
mainly archeological findings from the Seljuk periode. In some room there was no light. Very little information about the objects. Could be improved.
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