Mümine Hatun Türbesi (Azarbaycan)

Mümine Hatun Türbesi (Azarbaycan)

Mümine Hatun Tomb, monumental tomb structure belonging to Ildenizlere period in Nakhichevan city center.

It is an architectural structure that synthesizes Central Asian traditions with an Islamic understanding. [1] Ildenizliler is the most magnificent work of the architecture of the era. [2]

It is located on a wide platform, in a place where the Nakhiche river is dominant. The founder of Atabekli, Şemseddin Ildeniz’s wife, was built in 1186 by his son Kızıl-Arslan for Mümine Hatun. The Architect is the Beginner Bin Abu Bakr. [1] Ildenizliler is the most magnificent work of the architecture of the era. [2]

The inner tubular structure, which is a ten-cornered structure from the outside, was built entirely of bricks. The siege wall surrounding it and the double minaret crown door were destroyed, and they could not be seen on a daily basis. Surrounded columns are embroidered with light blue or turquoise china, embroidered with Yasin. For the first time in this structure, tile ornament spreading to all surfaces is seen. In the middle of star motifs and octagons, there are “Allah” letters enriched with floral motifs. These texts are repeated on all surfaces