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Konya is located in southwest Turkey, one of the oldest historical cities and one of the first inhabited cities in the history of mankind. It reached the height of its glory when it was the capital of the Anatolian Seljuk state, which was decorated with architectural monuments and became one of the most ancient cities in Anatolia
Konya is famous for its ancient history, diverse culture, natural resources and religious schools. Konya was influenced by the spirit, philosophy and ideas of Jalal al-Din al-Rumi, who founded the dervish dynasty which made it a religious city and one of the most conservative places in the country. The most famous sights of Konya are the Saraya Palace, which was built by Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Kik and Bad, the Maulana Museum, Is one of the largest commemorative in the world. Konya is filled with several beautiful lakes and charming beauty, including Lake Makka, Lake Obrook, which changed color by changing hours Today, Lake Tuz and Lake Miram. The Mosque of Al-Bab, located on the borders of the ancient fortress of Konya and the Mosque of Ashraf Oghlwa, is a mosque in the city of Al-Sulaymiyah, a Sharaf-e-Din mosque covered with Islamic inscriptions and lines. Konya also has many Christian monuments, including the church of Ayia Elena. Konya includes archaeological museums such as the Konya Museum of Antiquities, the Ethnography Museum, the Izet Qayon-Oghloa Library and Museum, which includes many books and manuscripts, and the Ataturk Museum. Konya is also famous for its popular baths, including a court bath, Sultan's bath, and Maram bath

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