Museum of Wooden Artefacts & Stone Carving
The İnce Minare Medresesi (Seminary of the Slender Minaret), now the Museum of Wooden Artefacts & Stone Carving, was built in 1264...
Konya's most important religious building after the Mevlâna shrine, this Seljuk mosque bestrides Alaaddin Tepesi. Built for Alaeddin...
Gorgeously restored, the interior central dome and walls of this former Seljuk theological school (1251) showcase some finely preserved...
İnce Minare Sokak 35a · interesting places nearby
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An atmospheric early-20th-century house with terraces, pavement seating and cushions galore where students talk politics while sucking on nargile and old-timers slapping dominoes down sit in the same chairs they've occupied for years and years.