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Flag of Konya, horizontal and vertical versions - Images by Tomislav Šipek, 30 December 2017
The flag of Konya (photo, photo, photo) is yellow, or white, with the municipality's emblem. "Büyükşehir Belediyesi" means "Metropolitan Municipality".
The source for the logo are most probably the Seljuk double-headed eagles from the Konya city walls.
The double-headed eagle is a common heraldic symbol. It was already used by the Hittites in the 13th century BC. It is most commonly associated with the Byzantine Empire, the Holy Roman (German) Empire, the Russian Empire and their successor states. In Byzantine heraldry, the heads represent the Emperor having authority over both secular and religious matters, Byzantine emperors were regarded as Christ's viceregent on earth. It also signified the dominance of the Byzantine Emperors over both East and West. In the Holy Roman Empire's heraldry, it represented the church and the state.
The double-headed eagle became the standard of the Great-Seljuk Turks with the crowning of Tuğrul Beg at Mosul in 1058 as "King of the East and the West" and was much used afterwards. The Sultans of Rum, Ala ad-Din Keykubad I (1220–1237) and his son Kaykhusraw II (1237–1246) used the bicephalous eagle in their standards, and the motif was also found on tissues, cut stones, mural squares, and Koran holders.
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Tomislav Šipek & Ivan Sache, 31 May 2020
Former flag of Konya
Former flag of Konya - Image by Jens Pattke, 29 March 2013
The former flag of Konya (photo, photo, photo, photo) was red with the municipality's emblem. It seems that Konya Province and Konya Municipality once used the same flag, with a slightly different colour and rendition of the eagle.
Jens Pattke, 29 March 2013
Flag of KOSKİ - Image by Tomislav Šipek, 28 January 2018
The flag of KOSKİ (photo, photo) is white with the administration's logo.
Tomislav Šipek, 28 January 2018
Necmettin Erbakan University
Flag of Necmettin Erbakan University, current and former versions - Images by Ivan Sache, 5 February 2018
Necmettin Erbakan University (website) was
established, as Konya university, by Law No. 6,005, passed on 14 July
2010 and published on 21 July 2010 in the Turkish official gazette, No.
The university was renamed to Necmettin Erbakan University by Law No. 6,287, published on 11 April 2012 in the Turkish official gazette, No. 2,821. Necmettin Erbakan (1926-2011) was Prime Minister of Turkey in 1996-1997 and Member of the Grand National Assembly representing the Konya constituency (1969-1980, 1991-1999).
The flag of Necmettin Erbakan University (photos) is white with the university's emblem.
The flag of Konya University (photo) was white with a similar emblem, with appropriate wording.
Ivan Sache, 5 February 2018
Flag of SÜ, two versions - Images by Tomislav Šipek, 31 May 2020
SÜ (website) was established by Law No. 1,873 promulgated on 11 April 1975, then composed of the two Faculties of Sciences and Literature. The university was increased to 8 Faculties, 4 Colleges and 3 Institutes by Decree-Law No. 41 promulgated on 20 July 1982.
Selçuk University is now composed of 23 Faculties, 6 Graduate Schools, 6 Colleges, 22 Vocational Schools, and 1 State Conservatory.
The flag of SÜ (photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo, photo) is white with the university's emblem.
The logo of SÜ was designed after architectural elements of Ince Minaret Museum in Konya, dating from the 13th century, the Gilded Age of the Seljuk Empire.
The design was registered under No. 2006/11311 with the Turkish Patent Institute.
The colors are prescribed as follows:
Deep yellow Pantone 123 C CMYK 0 21 97 0 Black %100 Pantone Black C CMYK 0 0 0 100 [Gray] %20 Pantone Black C CMYK 0 0 0 20 Ice blue Pantone 291 C CMYK 30 8 5 0
The typeface is Charleworth.
Ince Minaret Museum was built between 1260-1265 by the vizier Sahip Ata Fahettin Ali. At that time no clear difference was made between a mosque and a medrese (Koranic school). The building houses a fine collection of mainly architectural elements, many from the early days of Muslim rule in the area.
Former flag of SÜ, two versions - Images by Tomislav Šipek, 31 May 2020
Former versions of the flag (photo) were blue with the university's emblem.
Tomislav Šipek & Ivan Sache, 31 May 2020
Konya Food and Agriculture University
Flag of KGTÜ - Image by Ivan Sache, 16 January 2018
KGTÜ (website) was established in 2013 by the Foundation for Scientific Research, Technology, Education and Culture (Bilimsel
Araştırma Teknoloji Eğitim ve Kültür Vakfı - BARTEK; est. in 2010 by Recep Konuk, CEO of Konya Şeker / Konya Sugar).
KGTÜ is composed of 3 Faculties and 2 Institutes.
The flag of KGTÜ (photo) is white with the university's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 16 January 2018
KTO Karatay University
Flag of KTO Karatay University, current and former versions - Images by Ivan Sache, 17 January 2018
KTO Karatay University was established in 2009 in Karatay by the Konya Chamber of Commerce (KTO).
The flag of KTO Karatay University (photo,
photo) is white with the university's
emblem, which represents the main facade of the university's building.
pjoto), which, undoubtedly, influenced the design of the modern university; the university claims to be the continuation of the madrasa established in 1251, therefore the date on the emblem, as the first educational institute in the town of Konya.
[Yeni Haber, 4 June 2016]
The former flag of the university (photo, photo, photo) was white with the former, seal-like university's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 17 January 2018
Konya Chamber of Commerce
Flag of KTO - Image by Ivan Sache, 19 March 2018
KTO (website) was established in 1882. Today, KTO, by its 75 Professional Committees and more than 20 thousand members, holds the title of the 6th largest Chamber of Turkey.
The flag of KTO (photo) is white with the organization's logo.
Ivan Sache, 19 March 2018
Konya Commodity Exchange
Flag of KTB - Image by Ivan Sache, 6 August 2019
KTB was established in 1912, but its activity stopped due to the First World War. KTB was re-opened by Decree No. 1,041, signed on 24 October 1924 by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
The flag of KTB (photo) is white with the organization's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 6 August 2019
Flag of Konya Şeker - Image by Ivan Sache, 16 January 2018
Konya Şeker (website), established in 1952, inaugurated its first sugar factory in 1954. Privatized in 1983, Konya Şeker has been presided since 1999 by Recep Konuk. It is now the biggest sugar producer in Turkey.
The company operates now 11 industrial complexes all over Turkey, producing all kinds of sugary and bakery products, bioethanol, potato starch, frozen French fries, milk, fruit juice and energy. The Konya sugar plant processes daily 40 t sugar beets during the harvest period.
[Hürriyet Daily News, 6 November 2013]
The flag of Konya Şeker (photo) is white with the company's emblem.
Ivan Sache, 16 January 2018
Flag of Konyaspor - Image by Ivan Sache, 13 March 2016
Konyaspor Kulübü was formed in 1981 as the merger of Konyaspor (formed in 1965 as the merger of Konya Gençlerbirliği, Meramspor, and Selçukspor ve Çimentospor) and Konya İdmanyurdu. The new club kept the name of Konyaspor but changed its colours, black and white, to Konya İdmanyurdu's colours, green and white.
The official flag of Konyaspor is green with the club's emblem in the middle (photo, photo,
photo, photo, photo, photo,
The club's emblem features the emblem of the town of Konya, the Seljuk black double-headed eagle.
Ivan Sache, 13 March 2016