The Andızlı Mosque is in the Tophane Neighbourhood and can be reached through the lower gate in the walls next to the KIZILKULE. Its name is derived from the Andız (Arceuthos drupacea) tree next to it, and it was commissioned by Emir Bedrüddin in 1227. Therefore it is also known as the “Emir Bedrüddin Mosque” The building displays the typical features of Seljuk architecture. It was built with cut stone and has a squat minaret. Its minbar is one of the best examples of Seljuk woodcarving