Konya province is located in the south of the Central Anatolia Region, which is in the middle of the Anatolian Peninsula. City, province of Turkey having the largest area. Located close to the city center, Çatalhöyük is known as the oldest and most developed Neolithic era settlement center discovered to date. During the Roman Empire “My Iconian known as” Konya, 12 and became the capital of the Seljuk Empire in the 13th century is one of Turkey’s largest cultural centers.
Transportation to Konya is provided by road, rail and air.
The tomb of Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi is one of the most important places to visit and see in Konya. Built in 1274 by Sultan Veled, the son of Mevlana, this tomb is one of the most visited areas by foreign tourists.
Karatay madrasah, which is among the historical buildings of Konya, is a small but very important madrasa. The embroidery on the structure is very interesting for those who come to visit this place.
Meke lake has a great reputation in Turkey is the focus of attention of foreign tourists. The formation of this lake, also known as Crater Lake, was formed by the filling of an extinct volcano crater with water. There are small islets in the middle of the lake.
Selçuk University Rectorate, Alaeddin Keykubat Campus, Akademi Mah. Yeni İstanbul Cad. No: 369 Zip Code: 42130 Seljuk Konya / TURKEY
Akabe Mah. Alaaddin Kap Cad. No: 130 Karatay KONYA
Nişantaşı Mah., Dr. Mehmet Hulusi Baybal Cd. No: 12, 42060 Selcuklu / Konya
Headquarters Campus Dede Korkut Mah. Beysehir Cad. No: 9 42080 Meram / KONYA Ankara Office Balgat Mahallesi, Mevlana Bulvarı No: 139/19 (Yelken Plaza) Çankaya / ANKARA
Konya Technical University (Alaaddin Campus) Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences Vocational School of Technical Sciences Graduate Education Institute Ardıçlı Mah. Rauf Orbay Cad. 42250, Seljuk / KONYA