Named after the lion statues embedded in the wall of the tomb complex, the Aslanhane Mosque is another fine example of Selçuk architecture, with its polychrome ceramic mihrab. The rows of wooden support columns are unusual, all the more because they are topped off with recycled marble Corinthian capitals. The mosque takes its name from the statue of a lion buried under the wall of the tomb of the mosque's founder, Ahi Serafettin.