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This museum is located just actoss the street from the tram station called zafer. It has a large collection of 13th century Turkish-Seljuk pieces from Konya’s famous palaces, kiosks and madrasas of the time. The Seljuk Angels are the masterpieces to see. Both of them...More
So this museum and mosque is a reasonable walk from Alaeddin Mosque and not many know about it. We were in a bit of a hurry as we had a train to catch and we made it just before closing time. There is similar stonework...More
Sahip Ata Mosque & museum are two unknown but unique places in Konya city. The visitors who go to Konya naturally pay a visit to Mevlana and Karatay museums because of the popularity. As a matter of fact Konya city has a lot of hidden...More
Sahib-i Ata Mosque is just the mosque part of a bigger and larger complex built back in 13th century. Sahip Ata who gave his name to both the mosque and the complex in general, was an important and successful vizier of the time. Unfortunately what...More
Sahib-i Ata complex including a mosque and recently renovated lodge for traveling dervishes and the tomb of the owner along with his family members has one of the best Seljuk tile samples.
Built by the Seljuk Grand Vizier Sahib Ata, also the founder of İnce...More