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Khan Tuman (building)

Khan Tuman
خان طومان
General information
Type Caravanserai
Architectural style Ayyubid, Mamluk, Ottoman
Location Khan Tuman, Aleppo Governorate, Syria
Completed Original Khan: 1189
Mamluk sections: 1478
Ottoman sections: 1652
Demolished Parts of the khan were demolished in 1970 to accommodate the Latakia-Aleppo railroad
Client Emir Tuman Nuri
Sultan Qaitbey
Ipshir Pasha

Khan Tuman (Arabic: خان طومان‎) is a large 12th century khan in Syria.[1] I

See also


  1. ^ Tuman Khan Archnet Digital Library.
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