Tomb of Karyağdı Hatun is a mausoleum in Ankara, Turkey.
It is in Altındağ secondary municipality of Ankara at 500 metres (1,600 ft). According to the inscription on the gate, the mausoleum was built in 1577, during the Ottoman Empire period. There is only one coffin in the mausoleum. It is an octagonal building with lead coating roof. The walls are of cut stone. The gate faces east.. Its distance to Ulus Square is less than
Nothing definite is known about Karyağdı Hatun, the eponym of mausoleum. In Turkish, Karyağdı means "snowed" and Hatun means "lady". According to the legend she was a pregnant lady. She got craving for snow during the hot summer days. One night it snowed and the lady ate the snow. But she got ill and died. In 1983 Okan Demiriş composed an opera about this legend. Its premiere was in 1985
Mehmed I, also known as Mehmed Çelebi or Kirişçi, was the Ottoman Sultan from 1413 to 1421. The fourth son of Sultan Bayezid I and Devlet Hatun, he fought with his brothers over control of the Ottoman realm in the Ottoman Interregnum (1402–1413). Starting from the province of Rûm he managed to bring first Anatolia and then the European territories (Rumelia) under his control, reuniting the Ottoman state by 1413, and ruling it until his death in 1421.
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations is located on the south side of Ankara Castle in the Atpazarı area in Ankara, Turkey. It consists of the old Ottoman Mahmut Paşa bazaar storage building, and the Kurşunlu Han. Because of Atatürk's desire to establish a Hittite museum, the buildings were bought upon the suggestion of Hamit Zübeyir Koşay, who was then Culture Minister, to the National Education Minister, Saffet Arıkan. After the remodelling and repairs were completed (1938–1968), the building was opened to the public as the Ankara Archaeological Museum.
İznik is a town and an administrative district in the Province of Bursa, Turkey. It was historically known as Nicaea, from which its modern name also derives. The town lies in a fertile basin at the eastern end of Lake İznik, bounded by ranges of hills to the north and south. As the crow flies, the town is only 90 kilometres southeast of Istanbul but by road it is 200 km around the Gulf of İzmit. It is 80 km by road from Bursa.
The Saltukids or Saltuqids were a dynasty ruling one of the Anatolian beyliks founded after the Battle of Manzikert (1071) and centered on Erzurum. The Saltukids ruled between 1071 and 1202. The beylik was founded by Emir Saltuk, one of the Turkmen commanders of the Great Seljuk Alp Arslan. The beylik fought frequently against the Georgian Kingdom for hegemony of the Kars region. The center of the beylik, Erzurum, was occupied by the Byzantine Empire between 1077 and 1079, and was besieged by the Georgian King Giorgi III in 1184. It comprised the entirety of present-day Erzurum and Bayburt provinces, lands east of Erzincan, most of Kars, and lands north of Ağrı and Muş provinces during its height.
The Mevlâna Museum, located in Konya, Turkey, is the mausoleum of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi, a Persian Sufi mystic also known as Mevlâna or Rumi. It was also the dervish lodge (tekke) of the Mevlevi order, better known as the whirling dervishes.
The Tomb of Suleyman Shah is, according to Ottoman tradition, the grave housing the relics of Suleyman Shah, grandfather of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire. This legendary tomb has since 1236 had three locations, all in present-day Syria. From 1236 until 1973, its first location was near castle Qal'at Ja'bar in present-day Raqqa Governorate, Syria.
Gülbahar Hatun, also known as Ayşe Hatun was a consort of Sultan Bayezid II and the mother of Sultan Selim I of the Ottoman Empire and the grandmother of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
Kanlıdivane is an ancient city situated around a big sinkhole in Mersin Province, Turkey.
Lake Mogan is a small lake in Ankara Province, Turkey.
Suluhan is a historical caravanserai (han) in Ankara, Turkey. It is also called the Hasanpaşa Han.
Ulus Square is a square in Ankara, Turkey. "Ulus" is the Turkish word for "Nation".
İsfendiyar Bey was the bey (ruler) of Candaroğlu Beylik an Anatolian beylik between 1385 and 1440. Although the name of the dynasty is Candar, Ottoman Empire historians call the beylik İsfendiyaroğlu because of İsfendiyar's long reign
Gevherhan Hatun was an Ottoman princess, the daughter of Mehmed the Conqueror and Gülbahar Hatun. She was the sister of Sultan Bayezid II.
Aslanhane Mosque is a 13th-century mosque in Ankara, Turkey.
Early in the 13th century, Kayqubad I, Sultan of the Anatolian Selçuks (1219–1237), captured the Alanya fortress from its Armenian ruler, Kir Vart. One of the conditions of Vart’s surrender was that his daughter Hunat Mahperi Hatun would become the sultan’s wife. After her marriage, Lady Hunat converted to Islam and commissioned the Hunat Hatun Complex, made up of the Hunat Hatun Mosque, tomb, medrese, and hamam, which is still functioning and has separate facilities for men and women.
Hacı Bayram Veli Mosque is a mosque in Ankara. Along with Kocatepe Mosque it is one of the best known mosques in Ankara. Hacı Bayram Mosque was built during the Ottoman Empire period. It was named after the Turkish Sufi and poet Hacı Bayram-ı Veli on behalf of the latter. Hacı Bayram Mosque is one of the touristic places of Ankara.. The site was added in 2016 to the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Turkey.
Haburman Bridge, also known as Çermik Bridge, is a historic bridge in Diyarbakır Province, southeastern Turkey.
Melike Hatun Mosque is a new mosque in Ankara, Turkey. It was recently opened to service on 27 September 2017.
Stamp Museum is a museum in Ankara, Turkey.
İşbank Museum is a museum in Ankara, Turkey. The official name of the museum is "Economic Independence Museum" This is the second museum of the bank the first being the İşbank Museum in İstanbul. The museum is in Ulus Square facing the Victory Monument at.