While the place of Mevlana Lodge, which is used as a museum today, is the Rose Garden of the Seljuk Palace, the garden was given as a gift to Mevlana’s father Sultânü-Ulemâ Bâhaeddin Veled by Sultan Alaeddin Keykubad.
Mevlana Celalettin Rumi’s self-knowing and love-based philosophy has influenced and continues to affect the whole world for centuries. UNESCO has declared 2007 as the Year of Mevlana, the tolerant philosophy created by Mevlana has been remembered for a year through various activities.
After the closure of lodges and lodges, the Mevlevi lodge was preserved and reorganized as a museum due to its important place in Turkish and Islamic culture. The most interesting pieces in the building, which is one of the most visited museums today, are the mausoleum of Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi, known as the Kubbe-i Harda (Green Dome), eight-string violin, which is regarded as the pioneer of today’s violins, patience stones and The globe that was used to teach astronomy when Galileo was hung.
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