Meke Lake, located in the Karapınar district of Konya, has attracted the attention of not only local tourists but also foreign tourists in recent years. In this context, 4 friends who set out with their caravans from France 2 months ago, when they reached Turkey, turned their route to Meke Lake to explore the beauties of Konya.
Four friends who set out on the road with their caravans from France 2 months ago stopped in Konya. The tourists watched the sunset and sunrise at Meke Lake.
Four friends who set off with their caravans from France 2 months ago took a break at Meke Lake in the Karapınar district of Konya. After traveling through several countries, including Italy, Serbia, and Greece, the tourists reached Turkey and visited Çanakkale, İzmir, Antalya, and Konya.
Teacher Chole Zorzi, Runo Schvller, Eloise Chaınnan, and Axel Foley camped at Meke Lake and had fun moments.
Chole Zorzi expresses concern over the state of Meke Lake, stating that "global warming is rapidly progressing around the world. Drought and global warming are the most important problems worldwide. This is a duty for everyone. The scenery at Meke Lake is heartbreaking. The biodiversity of animals and living things is worrisome. We wonder what it will look like in a few years."
The French friends watched the sunset and sunrise at Meke Lake.