Tulips are mostly associated with the Netherlands, but a little known fact is that tulips are indeed native to Anatolia. In April and May, hundreds of thousands of tulips decorate Turkey's cities and bring color to the lives of its people. A tulip field in the central Anatolian city of Konya, however, has taken the tulip game to the next level by opening its doors to tourists who want to walk around and enjoy tulips of all colors. Owned by a private company, the tulip field is located 50 kilometers from the city center. It covers an area of 500 decares, featuring 130 different tulip species. The tulip field has welcomed thousands of visitors from Turkey as well as all from all over the world, including Ukraine, Russia and Germany, in the past two weeks. Flocked by photography enthusiasts and nicknamed the 'rainbow on the ground,' the field is surely a feast for the eyes.