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!
This mosque is very popular among locals! It used to be the residence of the mosque and the believers of the "revolving ascetics", and it is the holy place of the Kongya people. Many locals come to worship every day. With a place worth visiting!
The city we passed by was called Konya, and the tour guide was also called Konya. It is a very good city. It is said to be the sixth largest city in Turkey. It is still very prosperous, but it seems to be an ancient city with older buildings.
On the way to Ankara by car, I passed the ancient city of Konya, which was also the capital in the 12th to 13th centuries, and was the traditional religious and cultural center of Turkey. South of Kongya is still a place where humans lived in the Stone Age thousands of years ago. I was very lucky to come to this ️ and I happened to see local people performing. This should be called Hu Xuanwu.
This mosque was built more than three hundred years ago and is located in the center of Konya, next to the bustling commercial center. There are various souvenirs of wall clocks and magic lights revolving dance models, as well as many local specialties. Konya is the hometown of Turkish whirl dance.
The first mosque I visited in Turkey was spectacular. The crystal lamp inside is also very beautiful. The first time I saw people praying. Separate for men and women. No need to wear a headscarf or shoe covers. But the recent political reasons are that I am a little scared to see a lot of beards and all-black Muslims. After seeing the outer circle museum inside the hall, I hurried away without seeing it. Actually later. Don't be afraid if you are used to it. Turkey has not met any bad guys, and they are very friendly