The only Tile Art Museum in Turkey and in the world is found in Kütahya.It is one of the most important museums and is located in the Börekçiler Quarter,next to the Ulu Mosque.The museum is housed in the restored buildings of the mosque complex(Külliye)including the imaret and tomb house,part of a theological school ,a chapple,a library and a bath house and was opened to visitors in 1999.The original mosque was built on the order of the last Germiyan Sultan Yakup Çelebi the Second.The imaret part has a porch entrance,consisting of a central vaulted area with porches opening off it.The side porches to the south open to the small vaulted tomb where the tiled tomb of Yakup Çelebi is found.Within the museum can be found every type of ceramic including ones used architecturally,in tombs,as vases,plates,holders and household goods covering every period of production in Kütahya and İznik from the 14th century to the present day.The museum also holds the manuscript of the''First Colllective Bussiness Contract''which was signed between porcelain and craftsmen and workmen in July 13,1766,which is also known as the ''Heavenly Fountain''
Kutahya > Historical And Cultural Monuments
- 15 Kasım 2011 SalıYazdır
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