Meram Sema Hotel

Address: Yeni Meram Yolu No:2 Meram Merkez, Meram, Konya Province, 42090, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Yeni Meram Yolu No:2 Meram Merkez, Meram, is near Green Mausoleum (Mevlana Museum ), Sirince, The Temple of Artemis (Artemision), and Alaeddin Hill.
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Travel Blogs from Meram

Whirling Dervishes

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... Vegas. To reach towards those realities of light, however, Mawlana Jalal ad-Din Rumi was teaching us that all of our physicality and all of our desires must submit to the light, must submit to the heart. It is the same reality that Jesus was teaching because all Prophets taught the same reality, just as all Sufi Orders are teaching the same reality in different ways.
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Konya to Pumakkale

A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Aug 19, 2014

1 comment

... Minor ( now Turkey), the Greeks for 3 centuries, Persian influence until the Macedonians & Alexander the Great. The Turkish language is similar to Asian, Hungarian & Finnish languages & it is pronounced as it is written. A French influence followed when the Ottoman rulers sent intellectuals to France.
Visited the best preserved Caravanseri. These were built along the ...

Iconium (Acts 13:51-14:6; 14:19-20; 16:2)

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 08, 2014

8 photos

... conquered by the Persians in the early 6th century B.C.

The Persians ruled Anatolia until 333 B.C. when Darius III of Persia was defeated by Alexander the Great and Iconium came under Greek rule. Upon Alexander's death in 323 B.C., Iconium fell under the rule of the Seleucid Empire for awhile before being placed under Pergamene rule during the Hellenistic period. Iconium became part of the Roman Empire and part of the Roman province of Asia in 129 B.C., just ...

Lystra (Acts 14:6-21 16:1-2; 2 Tim 3:11)

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 07, 2014

1 photo

... Lystra, just like Antioch of Pisidia, became a Roman city in the empire. In 36 B.C. Lystra was also governed locally by Amyntas, the client king of Galatia. Lystra was in the region of Lycaonia which was absorbed into the Roman region of Cilicia, which fell under the jurisdiction of Amyntas at the time. When Amyntas died in 25 B.C. Lystra became part of the Roman region of Galatia and was declared a Roman colony, like Pisidia Antioch. More Roman militia were given ...

A break in the heat

A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

I can't believe that I’ve already been working on site for 6 days. There’s an election in Turkey on the 9th / 10th of August, so we’re working until then and having a 2-day weekend. It’s so strange to be back here – the camp and excavation are exactly as I last saw them, but a lot of the people are new. So I’m enjoying catching up with those of us who were here ...