Dikbasan Mosque - Upstairs;
The Dikbasan Mosque, located in Karaman city center, was built in the Karamanoğulları period between the years 1436 -1437 and renovated in 1493-1494. It is a horizontal pannier-shape built in accordance with the classical Arabic architecture. The ceiling is of flat wooden and the top of it is covered with tiles. The entrance of the minaret is inside the mosque. The eastern and western side of the mosque is covered by ashlars and others are plastered. The exterior of the built has no ornamentals, simply to be austere as far as possible. However, the hand carvings on the cinctures inside the mosque are worth seeing. The pulpit is geometrically ornamented with intermeshing wooden materials.