Damsa Date  The village is rich in Islamic monuments which indicate general prosperity here between the 12th and 14th centuries. The mosque and the Seljuk tomb are works of art, but of the ancient Medrese  (Islamic school) only the elaborately carved main entrance is still standing.


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