Selimiye Mosque, Konya

The Selimiye Mosque (Selimiye Camii) is located next door to the famous Mevlana Museum in Konya.

The mosque was commissioned by, and named for, Sultan Selim II (1566-74) in the Ottoman style. Construction began in 1558 when Selim was still a prince and was completed shortly after he became sultan, in 1567.

Like the Ottoman mosques of Istanbul, the Selimiye Camii is roofed with a large dome surrounded by semi-domes and sumptuously decorated inside. One interesting feature of the interior is the spire of the minbar (pulpit), which closely resembles the Green Dome of the Mevlana Museum.


Quick Facts on Selimiye Mosque

Site Information
Names:Selimiye Mosque
Visitor and Contact Information
Coordinates:37.870492° N, 32.503980° E
Address:Konya, Turkey
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  1. Selimiye Mosque - Turkey Travel Planner
  2. Selimiye Mosque - ArchNet Digital Library

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Outside Selimiye Mosque, with Melvana Museum. © Dick Osseman
Interior of the Ottoman mosque. © Dick Osseman
A sweeping view of the interior with dome. © Dick Osseman
Another view of the interior. © Dick Osseman

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