Twin Minaret Madrasah

Twin Minaret Madrasah,  popularly known as the Hadith Dar'ül, was built by Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alâeddin Keykubat in the end of the 13th century. It’s one of the best examples of Seljuk Art with its glazed tiles and carved stone ornaments. and today is still the largest open courtyard of madrasahs in Anatolia. The minarets at both sides of the capital portal are 26 meters high and they are decorated with turquoise colored glazed tiles.
The botanical decorations are the best samples of stonework of Anatolian Seljuk Period. The figures panels which is a part of the decoration, have real traces of Turkish of Middle Asia. Dragon and tree of life motifs are remarkable on the two sides of the entrance. It has a Mongolian influence. Many other architecture style reflections can be seen in other decoration areas as well. A real join of humanities..