Divrigi

Divrigi

Tombs (Sitte Melik et al)

A series of free-standing tomb towers, built in the late twelfth and thirteenth centuries, are scattered in an area between the citadel and the lower town in Divrigi, within/around a historic graveyard.

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Citadel Mosque

Located on a hillside nearly halfway between the citadel and the lower town, the great mosque and hospital of Divriği is one of the most elaborately decorated medieval monuments in Anatolia.

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Mosque-Hospital

The Mosque-Hospital Complex (1228-29) of the Mengujekid dynasty in Divriği is often referred to as a “unique” monument in medieval Anatolia.  This perception is based especially on the form and decoration of the portals.

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