Building name:Hajali          
ID number:4
Building type:Mausoleum/mazār
Site/place name:Hassina
Measurements: N/A
State of preservation:Unknown
Date:12th century
Description:The building is surrounded by a stone wall. It is the only building with two floors, where the ground floor is conceived as the area where sick people wait to be cured. It belongs to the square-plan type, with a conical dome composed of 24 ribs and a rectangular door.
Building/site biography:The mausoleum is devoted to Hajali (Pir Hec ‘Eli), the eponym of a family of pirs and one of the disciples of Sheikh ‘Adī. The mausoleum cures madness and possession by djins.
References:Açıkyıldız 2015: 147, 216.
Photograph: Açıkyıldız 2015: Fig. 51.