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It is one of the unique examples of Anatolian Turkish architecture in the early period. There is a prayer room adjacent to the structure and constructed by İmadüddin Hezar Dinari known as ”Kütahya’s Conqurer of The Seljuk Period” which was later turned into the tomb of Mevlevihane by Mevlana’s grandson Ergun Çelebi’s being buried there. The structure’s entrance door ,which is used as a mosque today, has an inscription made from çini from the XIX. century.