The only original aspect of the building that has survived to the present day is its magnificent façade with the highest crown gate in Anatolia. The two minarets rising above the crown gate have become the symbol of Sivas. It is one of the most monumental madrasas built in Anatolia and is also known as Dârü’l-hadith. It is a two-storey building with four iwans. The brick minarets on the crown door are decorated with tiles. The stone door decorated with vegetal and geometric motifs and the niches with muqarnas on the sides have given the building a lively appearance. There are fluted half-towers at the corners.