While going through the gateway of the Alaaddin Mosque, a monumental door decorated entirely of marble welcomed him. He entered the madrasah built by Seljukian Vizier Muinüddin Süleyman Pervane in the memory of the second conquering of the city in 1262. There was an octagonal fountain in the middle of the madrasah designed with a rectangular plan, two domed spaces and an open courtyard. There were ten small rooms on each side of the back of the arched porticoes sitting on three pillars on both sides. When he entered the rooms where today’s local products and tastes are exhibited, he observed that each of them had a window opening to the outside and there were small ovens. While drinking his tea in the courtyard, he read the story of the big room from the inscription.