He said, “If you go to Çankırı, do not return without seeing Çivitçioğlu Madrasah” to his friends. He succumbed to curiosity when he arrived the center of Çankırı, and he entered into Çivitçioğlu Madrasah located in the North-east of Büyük Cami (Great Mosque), the rectangular-planned ground floor of which is stone and the second floor of which is wooden. He felt that he was full of peace while sipping his tea in the courtyard of the building that has survived since the 17th century. While examining the porticos one by one, he saw that the training of traditional Turkish decorative arts was provided in each room of the madrasah. Çivitçioğlu Madrassah welcomed all of the people coming to visit with all its glory and power.