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Izmir, Tyrkia531 bidrag
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jun. 2023 • Alene
İnce Minareli Madrasa, also known as the Stone and Wooden Works Museum, is in Selçuklu District and Beyhekim District. It is a Madrasa with a Closed Courtyard, a Single Iwan and a Single Storey; It takes its name from the minaret in the Northeast Corner. It was built in 1264 by Vizier Sahib Ata Fahreddin Ali during the reign of Seljuk Sultan Izzeddin Keykavus II, to teach hadith and science. The architect of the building is Keluk Bin Abdullah. It is in the "Closed Courtyard Madrasa" Group of the Seljuk Period and has a single iwan. The Crown Gate, located in the east, is among the most beautiful and rare examples of Seljuk Era Stone Workmanship. İnce Minareli Madrasa continued its activity until the end of the 19th century, and renovation works were carried out between 1876 and 1899. After various repair works that started in 1936 during the Republican Era, it was opened as the "Stone and Wooden Works Museum" in 1956. The Medrese's Writings, which are considered important examples of calligraphy, are of great importance. Especially the Crown Gate is Considered as One of the Rare Designs Where Writing Is Extensively Applied. Surahs Fatiha and Yasin are written in Thuluth on the knotted inscription border in the middle of the portal. "Amel'i Keluk" is written on one of the badges on the pediment of the niche arch, and "Bin Abdullah" is written on the other. In the Interior, the Border Surrounding the Skirt of the Dome contains the phrase "El Mülkü-l'İllah" in Kufic script. The Minaret, which gave its name to the Madrasa, belongs to the adjacent mosque. As a result of a lightning strike in 1901, the dome of the Masjid, whose section up to the first balcony of the minaret was attached externally to the northeastern corner of the Madrasa, was destroyed. The Brick Minaret, Rising on a Square Planned Prismal Pedestal Made of Cut Stone, Has a Segmented Body. The Body Surface Is Decorated With Pure Brick And Cut Tiles. "Hadith Talks" are Held in the Masjid Section in accordance with its foundation charter. In the museum, there are Construction and Repair Inscriptions written with the Carving Technique on Stone and Marble from the Seljuk and Karamanoğlu Period, High Reliefs of the Konya Castle, Door and Window Wings Decorated with Geometric and Floral Models Made with the Carving Technique on Various Wooden Materials, and Wooden Ceiling Core Samples. And the gravestones and coffins carved on marble are exhibited. The Museum, where the largest and most beautiful examples of the Double-Headed Eagle and Winged Angel Figures, the symbols of the Seljuks, whose capital was Konya, are exhibited, is open to visitors every day of the week except Mondays.
Skrevet 6. mars 2024
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Muratcan Isildak
Ankara, Tyrkia23 bidrag
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apr. 2023
The stone work and the level of the ancient architecture, gives out a decent atmosphere that we really enjoyed..
Skrevet 29. april 2023
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Hakan Gökalp
Konya, Tyrkia11 bidrag
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sep. 2022
İnce Minareli Medrese, Konya'da bulunan ve şu anda Taş ve Ahşap Sanatları Müzesi'ne ev sahipliği yapan, süslü girişi, kubbeli avlusu, süslemeli tuğlalı minaresi, 1901'de kısmen yıkılmış ve örnek Anadolu Selçuklu mimarisi ile dikkat çeken 13. yüzyıldan kalma bir medresedir. Müze kart ile girişler mümkün pazartesi kapalı
Konya'da ziyaret edebileceğiniz başka yerler
KONYA KARATAY (ÇİNİ ESERLER) MÜZESİ

KONYA ARKEOLOJİ MÜZESİ

KONYA ATATÜRK EVİ MÜZESİ

KONYA ETNOGRAFYA MÜZESİ

KONYA ÇATALHÖYÜK ÖRENYERİ
Skrevet 2. mars 2023
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Lanni
Gaziantep, Tyrkia5 226 bidrag
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des. 2022
You can even enjoy the stonework from the street, and it is very beautiful. It reminds me of Divriği Ulu Camii ve Darüşşifası in Sivas! It is worthy to spend sometimes and enjoy the beauty of the stonework. The museum is minisize but it has amazing collection from Seljuk period. Some of the stone carving collections tells the story of the influence from Central Asia. The ceiling is breathtaking!
Skrevet 30. desember 2022
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Lilyana
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des. 2022
Этот музей изначально я не ставила в список посещений и зашла в него в последнюю очередь в оставшиеся часы перед отъездом. В итоге (не считая музея Мевляны) он мне понравился больше всего среди музеев Коньи.

Здание музея было построено в 1264 г.

В музее представлены образцы резьбы по камню и дереву эпохи Сельджуков ( 1037 - 1194 гг.)

Красивая архитектура XIII в. сочетается с современными музейными решениями.

Вход по MüzeKart бесплатно.
Skrevet 20. desember 2022
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worldnomad_01
Los Angeles, CA1 634 bidrag
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sep. 2022
Small, neat museum, nice Seljuk architecture. Contains mostly wood and stone artifacts from the Seljuk period. Worth a short visit.
Skrevet 17. oktober 2022
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Mehmet C
Ankara, Tyrkia17 248 bidrag
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jul. 2022 • Alene
25 Temmuz günü Konya gezimde uğuradığım yerlerden biri de bu medrese oldu şu an müze olarak kullanılıyor Güzel bir Selçuklu eseridir 1265/1280 yılları arasında yapılmıştır yakınında mescidde varmış o yıkılmış kapı güzel ve süslemeli taş kapı işçiliği çok güzel müzede ahşap ve taş işlemeler sergileniyor Selçuklu‘nun simgesi çift başlı kartal da var mezar taşları ağırlıkta oraya giriş müze kartla 65 yaş karta ücretsiz güzel bir yapı zaten Alaaddin’in karşısındaŞehir merkezinde
Skrevet 13. august 2022
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maritimeexplorer
Nova Scotia, Canada3 971 bidrag
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okt. 2021
Konya is also well known in the Islamic world for its many famous madrasas which are educational institutions. Contrary to popular belief they are not confined to religious education, but can be secular as well. Thanks to some religious fanatics, madrasas have a bad reputation in the West, but that was not always the case. At one time and still in many places, madrasas were/are important institutions of higher learning. However, the two most famous madrasas in Konya, the Karatay and the Ince Minare are no longer teaching institutions, but museums noted for their architecture and interior decoration.

We visited Ince Minare which means 'School of the Slender Minaret'. Built between 1260 and 1265 by the Seljuk Rum, it once had a magnificent minaret of which only the bottom third now remains. It is impressive enough, but really must have been something before the minaret6 collapsed.
Aside from the minaret Ince Minare is renowned for its entrance portal which is very impressive.
Inside the madrasa there is a very unusual wooden dome with stylized stars. Everywhere you look there are interesting details such as the double headed eagle that the Seljuks where using as their symbol in Konya long before the Hapsburg dynasty adopted it as theirs. Elephants are a common motif and seem to contradict the Muslim interdiction against depicting figurative representation as a form of idolatry. Even more explicit are representations of various animals including a leopard. Most interesting of all was the sculpted angel. These celestial beings were as important in Islam as in Christianity and Judaism.
Skrevet 8. juli 2022
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Larisa 007
København, Danmark736 bidrag
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apr. 2022
В этом небольшом музее вы можете увидеть замечательные образцы исламского искусства - как известно, мусульманам было запрещено изображать людей, поэтому они достигли совершенства в геометрических и растительных узорах, причем и по камню, и по дереву.
Skrevet 6. mai 2022
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Erhan Yildirim
Tyrkia2 413 bidrag
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mai 2021
It is located in the west of Alaaddin Hill in Konya province, Selçuklu District. Communication is easily available by minibuses and other vehicles. It is used as a museum affiliated to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. I want to share information about the history of the madrasa and Konya.

Ince Minaret madrasa(ince minareli medrese)
Museum of stone and wood works of Seljuks period
It is the largest city in Turkey in terms of the size of the lands of Konya, located in the central Anatolian region of Turkey.
Konya; is known Dated to the Neolithic period, Catalhöyük (east Catalhöyük) is a marvelous excavation site that helps us learn about the life styles of the settled people of the Neolithic period.Konya is also known all over the world by Rumi (Mevlânâ Celâleddîn-i Rumî), which is the symbol of Sufism and tolerance. of course, the Seljuks, the first Islamic Turkish state established in Anatolia, left the most artifacts in Konya.the city of konya, which has been the capital of the Seljuks for a long time, hosts incredible works of art reflecting the Turkish Islamic tradition.
in this article, I will tell about the Ince minaret madrasa built in the 13th century and its masterpiece art. I want to start with the history of konya before the madrasa…..the first written sources with the city of konya date from about 5000 years ago.luwians called the city Ik-ku-ua-ni-ia.The city of Ik-ku-ua-ni-ia is again located within the area called lukkawaniya(country of luwians) by the luwians. the city is known by the names ikonion in the classical era,ikonium and ikoniam in the Hellenic and Roman periods.during the Islamic period, the name of the city took its final form during the period of Al-Koniya and finally the Turks, and today it is known by the name Konya. the first written sources about the city of konya begin in the age of Assyrian trade colonies, as in other Anatolian cities.(B.C. 20-17 century). in Assyrian tablets, the name of the region is referred to as purushanda Kingdom.at that time, the luwians and their neighbors planted Hattitians in the area. B.C. In the 17th century, when the kingdom of kushshara (Assyrian tablets) was destroyed, the region came under the control of the Hittites. With the migration of tribes in the 13th century(Aegean migrations), it leads to the destruction of the Hittites and the entry of Anatolia into a politically multiparty administration. the kingdom of Hartapush reigns in Konya as a Hittite city-state. Konya was constantly used as a transit point and base center between 2 large administrations.Phrygian Kingdom and the late Assyrian imperial period. after the Phrygians, the lands where the cimmers and Lydians ruled for a certain period of time passed to Persian rule. during the Persians period, the region was administered under the name of the daskleieon satrap(state). later, Alexander the great,Seleucids , Galatians, and the kingdom of Pergamon ruled in the region. after the Roman ,Byzantine and Sassanid periods of about 800 years(B.C 2-, A.D 7 century) certain period after the half of the 7th century, the Umayyads came under the rule of Byzantium and the Seljuks in the 11th century. the region was ruled by Anatolian Seljuks,karamanoğulları and ottomans.
In general, madrasah is referred to as "the place where lessons are held" or "where lessons are studied". Education and training institutions in the history of Islam expresses. In the definitions, it is defined as "the place, the faculty where the sciences in accordance with Islamic religious rules are taught in Islamic countries." In another aspect, the madrasa is defined as the Islamic school and school structure that provides education at an equivalent level to today's secondary and higher education. the madrasa, which is in the group of madrasas with a closed courtyard, was built by Sahib-Ata Fahreddin Ali to architect Keluk bin Abdullah during the period of the Anatolian Seljuks.its construction as a madrasa with a closed courtyard should probably have been caused by geography and the hardness of the air. Medrese long elegant with two balconies With its minaret, it became famous in the form of "Ince Minaret" and was called by this name. It He preceded the Seljuk vizier Sahip Ata, who built the madrasa, and his real name was has been forgotten. The madrasa was built and dedicated to teach hadith sciences. Besides the madrasa being a high school where hadith sciences are given, it is necessary Its architecture also draws attention with its stonework. Today "Stone and Wood Works The madrasah, which serves as a museum, especially in the Seljuk period, It looks like a "memorial museum" where works of the Principality and Ottoman period are exhibited. The decoration on the crown gate of the Ince Minaret Madrasa is rich in different designs. With its variety of motifs and high relief stone workmanship, it is and in a different and important place from other Seljuk period works in Konya. The base of the minaret is made of plastic effect stone material, and the body part is without tile decoration. consists of. Two intricate niches crossing the facade of the minaret pulpit rumi within a frame that make up the decoration. Glazed brick mosaic of the minaret Its body woven with tiles, in accordance with the tradition of old Turkish minarets, barred and grooved. The body of the minaret, which was around 50-55m in the past, is black, dark blue and blue. It was created with tiles and geometric patterns similar to rug motifs. Breaks dark colored tiles in the form of prism with protruding ends in the sun shines. Less than a third of the minaret up to the lower balcony today a part of it has survived to the present day. to education With verses and hadiths written and made with a perfect hand workmanship as a sign of the importance given. engraved crown gate, its domed place has survived to the present day.Rumi, munhani, thuluth and celis inscription, tree of life, "Amel-i Kelük" on the right medallion and "bin Abdullah" on the left medallion, the knot motif, mihrabiye, hob, zencerek, lily, artichoke (lotus bud) and many motifs. Again, the crown was used on the door; "Amel-i Kelük" is written on the right medallion and "bin Abdullah" is written on the left medallion. Also, Surah Al-Fath and Surah Yaseen from the Qoran are inscribed on the crown door. now I leave you alone with excellent works of art
Skrevet 8. mai 2021
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