Tekije (Dervish lodge) (26 Subjects)
The vale of Tempe.
Dervishes dancing in Istanbul teke.
The Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds) in Athens. The Acropolis in the background. The person standing at the entrance of the monument with his back turned is Seikh Mustafa, chief of the order of Whirling Dervishes, who used the monument as their tekije (dervish lodge). The image also depicts an woman from affluent family promenading with her daughters and maidservant.
The tomb of Hassan Baba in the vale of Tempi, copper engraving from edition by Ed. Dodwell.
Dervish tekije (lodge).
The tune to which the whirling dervishes of Pera dance (transcribed for keyboard instrument).
Dervishes in the Pera teke, finishing their dance.
Interior of the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds),which in the early 19th century functioned as a Dervish tekke (lodge).
Dancing dervishes of the Mevlevi Order, in the Tekes of Pera (Istanbul).
Dance of the dervishes of the Kadri order.
Dance of the dervishes of the Mevlevi order.
The tekije (dervish lodge) of Hassan Baba at the Vale of Tempi, Thessaly.
Gathering of devout Muslims at the Tower of the Winds in Athens, which was used as a tekije (dervish lodge). Sixteen ostrich eggs hang from the ceiling to avert the evil eye. A depiction of the first stage of the whirling dervishes' ritual: the faithful praise God and Prophet Muhammad.
The dance of the dervishes at the Tower of the Winds in Athens, which was used as a tekije (dervish lodge). Sixteen ostrich eggs hang from the ceiling to avert the evil eye. A depiction of the final stage of the whirling dervishes' ritual: The two main dancers whirl while holding each other by the sash. In green, wearing a white turban, the Sheich or head of the Dervishes, who animates the dancers with his voice and by playing the tambour.
Sepulchre of Hassan Baba, at the entrance of the Vale of Tempe.
Priest of a tekiye (dervish lodge).
Dervish of the Mevlevi order, in front of Pera lodge.
Left: Tekije (lodge) of Sheikh Uftade at the mosque of the same name. Right: Yer Gate at the castle of Bursa.
Left: Mosque and tekije (dervish lodge) of Mola Fenari at Bursa. Right: Mosque of Üç Kuzular at Bursa.
Hospital of Ahmed Vefik Pasha, built on the site of the palace of Murad I. At the foot of the hill, the tekije (lodge) of the dervishes of Rifa'i order.