Anatolia is the meeting point of all religions that still exist today or that have been lost in time. It also has structures and heritages bearing the traces of many religious cultures.
7 church routes that are holy according to Christianity; Ephesus, İzmir, Bergama, Salihli, Alaşehir, Denizli and Akhisar were determined as the Christians who completed this route were assumed to have fulfilled their pilgrimage.
There are many historical mosques that were built during the Ottoman Empire and that arouse admiration in terms of architecture.
Mevlana Lodge in Konya hosts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year as the strongest symbol of mysticism and a monument of tolerance.
Today, people of various religions continue to live in this region in tolerance and trust.