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  • 10 vibes for Karaman

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    See the artifacts in the Karaman Museum, located in the city centre. You can visit the museum’s ethnographic and archaeological exhibitions in the museum, which shed light on the history of Karaman.

    Become a part of nature at Ermenek Dam. If your trip takes place in the summer, you can visit Ermenek Dam and enhance your holiday with various water sports and boat tours.

    Watch history in İncesu Cave. Stalactites, stalagmites, and travertine pools are found in the cave, which is more than a kilometre long.

    See the Aktekke Mosque. This social complex, prominent in its time, includes 21 graves belonging to the mother, elder brother, and relatives of the world-renowned Turkish mystic and sufi Mevlana Celaleddin-i Rumi.

    Visit the Yunus Emre Mosque. This is the mosque where the tomb of the notable Turkish mystic poet Yunus Emre lies.

    Taste Zeyve Kebab. You must sample this specialty of Karaman’s rich and wholesome cuisine.

    Take a break at Zeyve Bazaar. You can enjoy the sights and sounds of the historical giant plane trees, cold waters and water mills of Zeyve Bazaar. Make your trip even more leisurely with daily accommodation and a walk around the natural beauties of the area.

    Witness history at the Taşkale Grain Storage. You can see how people in ancient times kept and stored the cereals for their daily basic food needs.

    Visit the Hürrem Dayı House. Located in the city centre, it is a stellar example of the Ottoman-era Traditional Turkish Architecture, and has a history of 300 years.

    Stop by Karaman Castle. The castle has borne witness to the Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk, and Ottoman civilizations.

    Touch the Taşkale Carpets. These durable carpets are woven by hand and dyed with natural madder.