The Tekes of Hassan Baba at Tempi
The monument was built in the 15th century, from the dervish of the monastic order of Bektasides Hassan Baba, who is considered by the Muslims to be a miraculous saint.
Hassan Baba's Tekes is idyllically located on the outskirts of the Tempi settlement, on the banks of the River Pinios.
According to postcards (late 19th-early 20th century) the Tekes of Tempi was an extensive building complex, which included a rectangular mosque with a minaret, a vaulted lead-shelled mausoleum, pilgrims' hostels, with their kitchens found at the back (southern) part, and, finally, the dervish quarters with a view of the Pinios.
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