旅行博主小张The Meurana Museum was converted from a mosque and is a local landmark in Konya. The museum was formerly a cemetery, and now in addition to the meticulous and exquisite decorations, it also houses many valuable Quran manuscripts and collections of prose poems. Very beautiful and worth seeing. Many Muslims here come to worship!
BetTerDAYIn Trip.com search for Kongya, can not find the results, the original Kongya has a translation called Konya, Kongya is a more concentrated city, mainly the city center of the two mosques, very local characteristics.
BetTerDAYThe Mevlana Museum, also translated as the Mevlana Museum, is a classic historical attraction in Konya. It displays the life deeds and life items of Mevlana. I took pictures without listening to the tour guide.
121***12The porcelain inside is very exquisite. The site is where Karatya explained the Quran and taught scientific knowledge. There is an introduction to Karatya's life next to it. It is a very great task and also made a great contribution to the Sanjak dynasty. The porcelain on the dome inside the building is very beautiful, but after too long, some parts have fallen off.
Dun秦It's not very expensive. The attractions are free. You have to take a bus from Konya to Cumra and then take a taxi. It is the most important historical site in Anatolia. It is also a treasure in human history! It is a human remains of the Stone Age. Excavation has not been completed yet. It is recommended to go with relevant knowledge. Otherwise it would be boring to not understand anything.
I accidentally asked what the name of the tour guide restaurant meant, and what he said next made people laugh and cry.
Lokma is the meaning of eating a meal, hane is the place to eat, the original restaurant name is called "restaurant", really funny.
Because it is very important to eat in Conya, let the children get married and not say marriage, let all the friends eat rice. Conya said that he would eat a bite when he was eating, not to eat.
Whether you are a fan of Turkish barbecue, this restaurant is definitely worthy of appreciation. It is my favorite category from the environment, tableware, dishes, taste and so on. If you have seen other Middle East travel notes, I find that most of the meals in the Middle East are negative.
The restaurant's sauce is the most delicious. This is the first time I found fennel in the seasoning, mixed with parsley and small pepper, much like the Chinese food when cooking, sandwiched in the cake has a taste . Turkey also eats pita, as long as it is not like Israel to put falafel, thank God.
Barbecue and Turkish crepe is a kind of cake similar to the Italian thin pizza, which is quite delicious.
The last dessert for everyone, not particularly sweet, beautiful tulip cup of black tea, and traditional Turkish coffee, this coffee is usually difficult to drink, it has a lot of coffee residue deposited on the bottom of the cup, and therefore, the Turks Divination with the remaining residue, by observing the shape and pattern, predicting good and bad, similar to the Rosa ink stain test in psychology.
Conya, one of the oldest cities in Turkey, was once the capital of Seljuk in the 12th and 13th centuries. The Mevlana Museum is of great significance to the locals and history and religion, except for the mosque. There are items such as various items of the Qur'an and elders, beards and the like. Mevlana is the father of the spinning dance. He invented this spinning dance. The left hand is facing down, and the right hand is dancing to the sky and facing the face. Simply speaking, it is to express the thought that the world does not bring and die. At first, there was no relationship with religion. Later generations danced a dance to imitate him.