Seydişehir is a town and district of Konya Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey. According to 2000 census, population of the district is 85,456 of which 48,372 live in the town of Seydişehir.
Seydişehir is based on a very old history. In 5500 BC, Seydişehir was in Psidia's border and had a lot of historical building. City has a valley between Trogitis Lacos and Karalis Lacos. We can see pre-historic buildings in valley. A they are still in Konya Archeology Museum. In 2000–700 BC, Hittite that's conqueror of middle Anatolia, built symbols and handiwork. It is obvious in Seydişehir that rock reliefs that was made by Hittite, is the proof of Hittite's living area.
Seydişehir is famous with roasted chickpeas in Turkey. It called "Seydisehir chickpeas" and People who lives in Seydişehir, grows roasted chickpeas. The plant grows to between 20–50 cm (8–20 inches) high and has small feathery leaves on either side of the stem.
Seydişehir is in the south of Konya city center, is in the north of The Taurus Mountains and in the plain Suğla that's efficient valley.
Beyşehir (32 km), Isparta (210 km), İzmir (608 km), İstanbul (670 km) Konya (89 km), Ankara (350 km)