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Süleymaniye Manuscript Library

Süleymaniye Manuscript Library

Although the existence of a library is not understood from the plans at the construction phase of Süleymaniye Complex, which Suleyman The Magnificent ordered Sinan The Architect to build, some books that were brought from the palace for mudarrises (professors) and the fact that there were one librarian and a clerk in some records indicate that there was a core library at the establishment phase. 

The current Süleymaniye Library, which was formed by converting the first and second madrasas (First Madrasa and Second Madrasa) of the Complex into a library, was opened in 1918, when the manuscripts and old printed collections of the Ottoman foundation library in various sizes and richness were banded together.

The Süleymaniye Manuscript Library, which holds within itself the manuscripts and old printed books, which are the primary sources of the Turkish-Islamic culture, and provides service to local and foreign researchers at the international level, is a priceless value in terms of both the building where it is located and the books it contains.

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