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This hill was the administrative center of Konya which was for a long time the capital of the sultanate of Rum, encompassing much of Asia Minor.
On the way to the hill, there are some trees and some lonely remains covered with a roof.
The palace of Seljuk sultans was built on an artificial hill to give the sultan a wonderful vantage point of the city below. It consists of a rose filled park, the Alaaedin Mosque and the turbe of Sultans. The old Palace ruins are currently being...More
After Mevlana and Sems-i Tabriz, don't miss the Aladdin Hill. You can walk from Mevlana towards Sems-i Tabriz and continue to the Alaedin Hill. It is like a garden with some Turkish café and restaurants. You can visit the tombs and manuments in this historical...More