Turkey's ancient Zazadin Caravansary opens door to tourism
Turkey's ancient Zazadin Caravansary opens door to tourism

Turkey's ancient Zazadin Caravansary opens door to tourism

Restoration of the largest caravansary built during the Anatolian Seljuks era is completed, and the historical attraction now awaits local and international tourists.Located 22-kilometers (13-miles) away from central Konya province, Zazadin caravansary stands as one of the most significant constructions of the era.Regarded as one of the most notable commercial checkpoints of the era, construction of the caravansary was completed in 1237 under the rule of Giyaseddin Keyhusrev II, a Seljuk Turk sultan, according to the historical documents.

Haber Merkezi 14:38 August 09, 2019 AA

Turkey's ancient Zazadin Caravansary opens door to tourism

Restoration of the largest caravansary built during the Anatolian Seljuks era is completed, and the historical attraction now awaits local and international tourists.Located 22-kilometers (13-miles) away from central Konya province, Zazadin caravansary stands as one of the most significant constructions of the era.Regarded as one of the most notable commercial checkpoints of the era, construction of the caravansary was completed in 1237 under the rule of Giyaseddin Keyhusrev II, a Seljuk Turk sultan, according to the historical documents. Restoration of the largest caravansary built during the Anatolian Seljuks era is completed, and the historical attraction now awaits local and international tourists.Located 22-kilometers (13-miles) away from central Konya province, Zazadin caravansary stands as one of the most significant constructions of the era.Regarded as one of the most notable commercial checkpoints of the era, construction of the caravansary was completed in 1237 under the rule of Giyaseddin Keyhusrev II, a Seljuk Turk sultan, according to the historical documents.
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