Halveti teke

      The teke (an Islamic sacred object) was founded by Hasan Baba (Asan Dede) at the beginning of the 18th century. The object consists of five rooms in the shape of the letter "T": the mosque that comprises the minaret and the balcony, café-inn, a summer inn and a reception room. The cupola of the minaret is eight-sided, symbolizing the eight doors of heaven, and also the crown of the Sheikh.