Mervlana Mausoleum Complex

Mervlana Mausoleum Complex

Name:   Mervlana Mausoleum Complex

Place:   Konya, Anatolia, Turkey

View:  This photograph shows a view of a range of cells in the Dervish Lodge of the Mevlevi order, incorporated into the Mausoleum of Jalal-ad-Din Muhammed Rumi complex. Now the Mervlana Museum.  Each cell has a small dome and chimney, and faces onto the courtyard.  Modern addition is the glassed-in corridor fronting.

Date:  c.1584

Architects:  Commissioned by Sultan Murad III

Style or Period:  Ottoman style

Catalogue No.  ZT0767

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