Çatalhöyük (37°40′3″N 32°49′42″E, Chatahoyuk, or Cathay Mound, World Heritage). It is a Neolithic human settlement 9,000 years ago, and it is also one of the earliest human settlements discovered so far. The ruins were discovered in 1958 and are still being excavated. There is only a small showroom, an ancient ruins built with sheds, and an imitation of the old house. Free to visit.
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.
This site can be traced back to 9,000 years ago and is also one of the earliest cities of mankind.