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Çifte Minareli Medrese is an architectural monument of the late Seljuk period in the Turkish city of Erzurum. Built as a theological school a few years before 1265, it takes its name, Twin Minaret Madrasa, from the two fluted minarets that crown the monumental façade.

On each side of the entrance there is a panel. On the right side there's a double-headed eagle. The motif on the left side does not seem to be completed.

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