The building is located in the Mevlana neighborhood of Afyon. It is also known as Türbe ”and“ Mevlevi Mosque. It is surrounded by streets from the north, west and south and houses from the east. There are two iron gates to the courtyard from the north and south. The northern gate is below and stepways lead to the courtyard. A second set of stepways leads to the door of the mosque. The entrance facade of the mosque faces east. On the door of the building made of cut stone, there is an embossed Mevlevi cone instead of an inscription. The minaret with a single balcony is to the west. Architect Arif Turunç has recently repaired the building which was used as a mosque today. Before the closure of the dervish lodges, the Afyon Mevlevihanesi had a special place among the other Mevlevihanelis. The Semahane is essentially a large Mevlevihane with its matbah and other sections. He takes the second place after Konya in the Mevlevilik ceremony.