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imaret

A type of hostelry for the accommodation of Muslim pilgrims and other travelers in the Turkish empire.
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yuzyillarda Afyon'un mekansal gelisimi, kalenin guneyinde Hidirlik dagi eteklerinden Imaret Kulliyesinin ust tarafina, Otpazari Camii civarindan simdiki Belediye Meydanina, kalenin guney bati yonunde Ulu Cami ve Yukari Pazar Mescidi cevresine ve kalenin dogu eteklerini icine alarak kuzey dogu yonunde Misri Camii civarina kadar yayilmistir.
At a dinner with the mayor of Thessalonica in September 2011, in response to my critical comments as presented above, mayor Yannis Boutaris made public promises to restore and open to public key pieces of Ottoman heritage such as the Yeni Djami and Alacali Imaret, while placing a commemorative plaque about the declaration of Ottoman constitution in Eleftheria (Freedom) Square.
Another of my influentially formative projects was the Imaret Hotel located in a small town called Kavala, near the Turkish border 15 kilometres from Philippi the
Ayverdi map shows that the small mosque and dergah of Basci Haci Mahmud were very close to the Haseki imaret.
When Egli first stepped into the courtyard of the Haski Hurrem imaret in Istanbul he realised his own expectations were going to be surpassed.
Nagwa runs an NGO called Imaret Al Insan, which engages in local housing development and human development in the area.