Kasimiye is a former medrese in Mardin, Turkey. Medreses had been traditional seminaries, Islamic colleges previous to Republican generation. In 1924 all medreses in Turkey had been closed down as a way to secularise training. The medrese is in the urban cloth of Mardin, positioned southwest of town centre. The altitude of Kasimiye is ready 975 metres. The first purchaser of the medrese became Bey of Artuklu an Anatolian beylik. But he turned into killed in a struggle towards the Karakoyunlu in 1407, before the constructing turned into completely constructed. The construction become resumed after the metropolis fell to Akkoyunlu Turkmens. Kasim, a member of Akkoyunlu dynasty, commissioned the medrese and it was opened in 1469.
The foremost constructing is square. The front through an ornamented portal is from the south. In the courtyard there's a pool. The water source is a funnel in the wall that represents birth. The water from the pool drains via a narrow slit that represents demise and sirat. The classrooms surround the pool. The study room doorways are saved deliberately low to ensure students might bow reverently earlier than their instructors as they entered. You can visit this place with your friends and loved ones.