Gevher Nesibe Museum of Medical History
Gevher Nesibe Museum of Medical History in Kayseri is a magnificent historical complex named after an early 13th century princess, the daughter of II. Kılıçarslan, Seljuk Emperor.
The complex contains a hospital, an adjoining medical madrasa (“madrasa” is the Arabic word for all types of educational institution) and a mosque. The complex (“külliye” in Turkish) is considered one of the finest examples of Seljuk architecture and contains the oldest surviving Seljuk madrasa and hospital in Anatolia.