Buruciye Madrasa

Buruciye Madrasa is a 13th-century Seljuk madrasa that was built by his adviser of Muzafferuddin Burucirdi during the Sultan Kaykhusraw III period. It is located in the Eskikale district's downtown Kent Meydan (City Square). It can be said that the location of the Buruci Madrasa was a cultural center of the city when it was considered how close it was to the Cifte Minareli Madrasa and Sifaiye Madrasa. The madrasa was built for education in the fields of physics, chemistry, and astronomy, and today it is both a historical visiting site and the tomb of Burucirdi and his family tomb.