In an effort to convey again vacationers, the 13th-century Lale Mosque and the Melikgazi Tomb that sits behind it in Turkey’s central Kırşehir province are scheduled to be restored.
Accompanied by Kırşehir Provincial Director of Culture and Tourism Halil Çalışır, Kırşehir Mayor Ibrahim Akın visited the historic location in the Yenice district to examine the location and obtain info on the mission.
The mayor instructed Anadolu Agency (AA) that the tasks associated to the historic buildings’ restoration and corresponding environmental plans have been ready by the Kayseri Regional Directorate of Foundations and have been delivered to the governorate.
He stated that the restrooms and ablution rooms, presently on the entrance aspect of the Lale Mosque, would be moved to the again and that the work was deliberate to be completed by the top of November.
Akın added that after the tasks are permitted by the Preservation of Cultural Heritage Council, the restoration will start. He additionally stated he hopes that after the renovations, the historic mosque and tomb will entice better curiosity from native and overseas vacationers.
Lale Mosque is believed to have been constructed in the 13th century as a mint facility. The mosque, which was constructed utilizing rubble and minimize stones, continues to be in service at the moment. Behind it’s the Tomb of Melikgazi, additionally erected in the 13th century from minimize stones. The tomb has the aesthetic of previous Turkish tent designs. The empty space between the 2 buildings is presently used as a carpark.