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!
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 is the place where the beard of the prophet is enshrined. It is magnificent. Tourists and worshipers from all over the world gather to see the exotic atmosphere. You must wear shoe covers when entering the main hall and there are worshipers inside. Surrounded by a cemetery, there are flowers on women, if it is a rose, it means going west!
The mosques in Turkey are very similar in style, but they are still worth visiting