Çifte Medrese has garnered much fascination for being an early medical center and the first school of anatomy in the country. The medrese is a great insight into the various medical experiments that were carried back in the 13th century. There are two buildings in the courtyard and the quaint interior catch the eye. Artifacts like a a tree with a double eagle and a vase of leaves, murals and more are very awe-inspiring. The place was often visited by the Mongol princess Hüdavend Padisah Hatun whose memorabilia is displayed inside. There is also a museum that has an intriguing collection of ancient medical practices, findings and so on.
The Döner Kümbet, otherwise known as the Rotating Tomb, is one of the most striking landmarks in the Turkish city of Kayseri. Though it is a tomb which maybe a morbid thought to most, the beauty and architectural valor accorded to it cannot be missed. The tomb was built for Alaeddin Keykubad's daighter Hatun, Shah Jahan. The mausoleum is made of yellow cut stone and was carved into a cylindrical shape, adorned with various motifs, thus, making it look as attractive as possible. The Döner Kümbet is truly a sight not be missed.