Deveciler Inn The Deveciler Inn, also known as the Fatih Mehmet Pasha Inn, can be found in the heart of Tokat city center, to the south of the Takyeciler Mosque and west of the Yağıbasan Madrasa. Although the inn lacks an inscription, it is believed to have been constructed during the reign of Çelebi Mehmet (1413-1421) or Murat (1421-1451), based on the analysis of historical architectural developments. The two-story Deveciler Inn features an entrance on the middle of the north side and a dome-covered area in front of the door with niches adorned with muqarnas decoration. There are ten shops on the east side and five shops on the west side of the inn. Visitors can access the courtyard through any doorway which consists of 27 rooms and one toilet below, and 55 rooms and two toilets above, each with a cupboard niche and a stove. On the east side of the inn, there are two large vaulted camel racks. The Develik section on the west side of the courtyard serves as a concert and conference hall and is also used for courses at Gaziosmanpaşa University's conservatory. Visitors can also explore this section of the inn. Established on the historic Silk Road, the Deveciler Inn provided single-occupancy accommodations for travelers for business or leisure purposes before modern travel amenities were available.