Karamanoğulları Principality, which has the longest life span of the Anatolian Turkmen Principalities; They left a significant number of beautiful and beautiful architectural works in the places they ruled in Anatolia. The architectural works they left were seen as a continuation of Seljuk art, but the Ottoman and Mamluk influences were also felt from time to time. The work of Hacibeyler Câmii, which is a work of Karamanoğulları Principality period, attracts attention with its fine stone ornamentation, which is located in a single center. In addition to the similarities with the Arapzade and the Dikbasan Mosque of the same period, they are among the mosques without the last congregation.
Keywords: Portal, decoration, mosque, principality