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Alaadin Tepesi
Turkey
Alaeddin Tepesi Konya Selçuklularin baskenti iken Sultan Alaeddin bir cami yaptirmak istedi, bunun için sehrin meclisi sehrin ortasinda bir tepe meydana getirilmesinin ve bu tepenin üzerine camiin yapilmasini kararlastirdi. Bu maksatla bir toprak vergisi kondu. Herkesin hissesine düsen topragi çuval ve torbalarla getirmesi suretiyle meydana geldi. Camiin insasina baslandi. Bir gün Sultan Alaeddin tepeye çikti ve sehir halkinin evlerinin damlarinda yari çiplak yattiklarini gördü. Bunun üzerine tepeye yalniz camiinin yapilmasini, sarayin ise tepenin eteklerine insasini istedi.
Copyright: Ibrahim Tunca
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 19/11/2011
Hochgeladen: 20/11/2011
Aktualisiert: 05/08/2014
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Tags: alaaddin; tepe; konya; alaaddin tepesi; alaaddin keykubat; zafer; fuar
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