Mausoleum in the Hacı Bayram-ı Veli Mosque - HD stock video

Hacı Bayram-ı Veli, whose real name was Numan-bin Koyunluca Ahmet was born in the Solfasol village of Ankara in 1352 (753 H.) He is the founder of the Bayrami sect, a sufi poet and composer of hymns. Upon competing his education in Ankara and Bursa, he started to teach at the theological school called Karamedrese in Ankara, which was built by a philantrophic lady called Meklike Hatun. The Hacı Bayram Mausoleum The mausoleum which is dated to 1429, is next to the mihrab wall of the mosque. It is a structure with a square plan, octagonal drum and a leaded dome covers it. The front façade is marble. Portal is particularly defined on the façade. It has a slided arch decorated with black and white marbles in a rectangular frame and on the inside there is an entrance door arch decorated with interlocking coloured stones in a zig zag pattern. The wooden exterior and interior entrance doors are at Ankara Ethnography Museum. The window to the left of the portal is bordered with a multi coloured friese and has iron grills. This is one of the best examples of the 15 th century mausoleums of Ankara. There is another mausoleum in the garden of the mosque which has an octagonal plan and a dome. This work which is known as the Osman Fazıl Pasha Mausoleum belongs to the 18th century.
Hacı Bayram-ı Veli, whose real name was Numan-bin Koyunluca Ahmet was born in the Solfasol village of Ankara in 1352 (753 H.) He is the founder of the Bayrami sect, a sufi poet and composer of hymns. Upon competing his education in Ankara and Bursa, he started to teach at the theological school called Karamedrese in Ankara, which was built by a philantrophic lady called Meklike Hatun. The Hacı Bayram Mausoleum The mausoleum which is dated to 1429, is next to the mihrab wall of the mosque. It is a structure with a square plan, octagonal drum and a leaded dome covers it. The front façade is marble. Portal is particularly defined on the façade. It has a slided arch decorated with black and white marbles in a rectangular frame and on the inside there is an entrance door arch decorated with interlocking coloured stones in a zig zag pattern. The wooden exterior and interior entrance doors are at Ankara Ethnography Museum. The window to the left of the portal is bordered with a multi coloured friese and has iron grills. This is one of the best examples of the 15 th century mausoleums of Ankara. There is another mausoleum in the garden of the mosque which has an octagonal plan and a dome. This work which is known as the Osman Fazıl Pasha Mausoleum belongs to the 18th century.
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