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Konya Kombassan Tower, West View
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Konya Kombassan Tower, West View

Konya ili, Türkiye'nin İç Anadolu Bölgesinde yer alan, etrafı Ankara, Eskişehir, Afyon, Isparta, Antalya, Karaman, Mersin, Niğde ve Aksaray illeriyle çevrili Türkiye'nin yüzölçümü açısından en büyük ilidir.Nüfus bakımından Türkiye'nin 6.Büyük kentidir. 2010 TUIK verilerine göre ilimizde merkez ilçelerle beraber 31 ilçe, 170 belde ve 581 köy vardır.

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