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Haci Bektasi Veli Museum

Haci Bektasi Veli Museum

The restoration work of the complex, built in Nevsehir by the Islamic philosopher and poet Haji Bektasi Veli, was completed in 1964. Cultural-ethnographic works are on display at Haci Bektasi Veli Museum, which is open to visitors today. Haci Bektasi Veli Museum, which was repaired in various periods; The first courtyard, the second courtyard, the third courtyard, the mosque, the Tranquill-u Pir, Haci Bektas Tomb and the Tomb of The Sultan of Balım can be visited with various sections of them . The first courtyard has guest houses and fountains, and passes to second courtyard with an arched door. Fountain, pool, bottom-toprooms, soup kitchen, dervish lodge can be visited. In this section, karakazan, which is considered sacred by Bektasi, is also on display. Carpets, prostrate, pelts and other historical items can be examined. The second courtyard was later built by the Ottoman Sultan II. The mosque, built by Mahmoud, is now open for worship. In the third courtyard, where there are many sandals, the room known as Kizilca Halvet or Çilehane stands out. The room is said to have been used by Haci Bektas Veli for withdraw. After the third courtyard with ethnographic significance and remarkable items, the Tomb of Haci Bektasi Veli, in the architecture of Classical Seljuk cubes, can be seen on the occasion of its spiritual importance.

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