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... offers to build him a tekke, the mystic's followers developed a cult complex around his grave, located at the southeastern part of the Hızırilyas hill in the Haskovo-region ... included a heptagonal refectory, shaped like a dervish cap and associated with the yediler (cult of the seven) ... Nevertheless, the complex became a pilgrimage site for Otman Baba’s followers, Muslim locals, and the Roma—who, according to Ottoman documents, have venerated the türbe since at least 1568 ...
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