This diploma project presents a short but consistent revelation about the Alevi Cult. It wants to introduce the history of this cult, from the very beginning, through its development to nowadays, also analysing how it is received by modern society. The Alevi Cult is an independent Cult, not anchored in the ideologies of Islam, which started developing in the region of Anatolia during the 12th century and which was based on the conviction, that man is God's reflection. Even though, this cult has been long neither recognized, nor accepted by modern Turkey still doesn't, which leaded to pursues, expulsions and even murders. Thus, the cultists were forced to exist under obscure circumstances, having to serve God during secret services, so called 'Cem', and under the constant guard of other cult members. Throughout history this cult was accepted by society and establishing foundations were allowed, so that throu gh them cultist activities could be supported. Therefore, this work is going to describe the development of the spaces dedicated to religious service, which was first fulfilled by caves and later on, thanks to social recognition, developed to become literally rooms.