He was venerated as some kind of a holy man as his miracle-working powers were widely acknowledged. However, it is no miracle that the türbe has remained intact as it was later used as a storage facility for gunpowder. The domed sepulchre with its octagonal base was built in 1591. Lower windows of the facade are ogee shaped while the upper ones are circular. The tomb of Idrisz Baba was sculpted into the rock and was only found 370 years later with an intact skeleton inside. The furnishings, the mausoleum, the embroidered sheet and the prayer-mat have all been donated by the Turkish government. This türbe is an important record of Turkish architecture in Hungary as the tomb of Gül Baba is the only other of its kind to have survived. Both are places of pilgrimage for Muslims.
7624 pécs, 8 Nyár St.
Telephone: +36 72 518 570, +36 20 400 9301, +36 20 400 9303
Tuesday - Sunday: It can be visited by appointment, at least before you visit. 24 hours please indicate the following address +36 20 400 9301, email@example.com
Tickets purchased at the Mosque of Pasha Yakovali Hassan are also valid to the Türbe.
How to get there
You can reach it by bus from the main railway station with bus number 37, then you have to walk 150 metres from the Children's Hospital.
Parking lots are available at the intersection of Édesanyák útja and Fekete utca.
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|Tuesday:||10:00 - 18:00|
|Wednesday:||10:00 - 18:00|
|Thursday:||10:00 - 18:00|
|Friday:||10:00 - 18:00|
|Saturday:||10:00 - 18:00|