Seljuk monuments (9 Subjects)
Remains of the Seljuk Palace of the Sultans of Rum in Konya.
Mausoleum of Hunat Hatun in Caesarea.
Mausoleum of Batal Gazi in Seyyid Gazi.
Sculptures of lion and falcons from the castle of Konya.
View of the Isabey Mosque in Selçuk, Asia Minor.
The architectural complex (külliye) comprising the mausoleum of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi and the Mevlevi dervish lodge, today Mevlana museum of Konya, seen from the city walls.
View of the walls of Konya. An ancient statue and decorative features from diverse historical periods had been incorporated into the walls, in accordance with a practice distinctive of Seljuk architecture.
Details from the walls of Konya: reliefs, statues and decorative features from diverse historical periods, which had been incorporated into the walls in accordance with a practice distinctive of Seljuk architecture.
Gökmedrese (Celestial Madrasah) in Sivas.