Photographer's Note

Esrefoglu Mosque, is certainly the most important monument of Beysehir, a small town in the lake region. This fine monument is surmounted with a flat-roofed stone cone in typical Seljukite style, but it's main attract comes from the wooden pillars which sustain it. The mosque is a remarkable state of preservation when one remembers that it was built in medieval times, at the end of the 13th century.
I was there at an early hour, when the Imam opened it's doors, and after looking around for some time, I started to take pictures inside the empty mosque when to my dismay, a busload a female visitors came in. This was a tour, and soon their guide asked them to sit and listen to the history of the mosque. I approached gently with my tripod, but I was discovered by this girl who was more interested with the TV reporter she probably thought I was, than with the legend. The group proved that I was wrong to be disappointed in the first place.

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Additional Photos by izzet keribar (keribar) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1770 W: 135 N: 8833] (43841)
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