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The museum is located in a madrasah built by the wife of Alaaddin Keykubat. The building is designed in traditional Seljuk style. The entire collection of the museum is located in 16 large rooms.
In the museum you can see things and objects that reflect the Islamic-Turkish period of culture: decorative jewelry, traditional men's and women's clothing, rugs, carpets, metal, wood, weapons and tiles.
Bronze, silver and gold coins are displayed in chronological order.
Glass decorations, as well as metal and wooden objects from the Ottoman Empire and the Seljuk times are located in the room to the east of the hall.
The second room can be accessed through a small corridor with weapons and traditional Ottoman clothing.
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Topic: Museum of Ethnography in Turkey, Kayseri Resort.