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DAILY CAPPADOCIA TOUR 1

DEVRENT VALLEY has various types of fairy chimneys. Among these are those with caps, cones, mushroom like forms pillar and pointed rocks. With the action of smaller, secondary volcanoes and the action of rivers, wind and flood waters, this layer of tuff has slowly but steadily been eroded to produce the rock formations know as "fairy chimmeys". We will take a walk through this amazing valley.
ZELVE OPEN AIR MUSEUM has the most important churches in the valley. Balikli, Uzumlu, and Geyikli, blong to the Pre Iconoclastic period. The valley was inhabited until 1952. Apart from monasteries and churches, houses, a mill, a mosque, and several dovecotes are found in the valley.
PASABAGLARI (MONKS VALLEY) Many fairy chimneys with multiple stems and caps can be found here, this style being unique to this area. A chapel dedicated to St. Simeon and a hermit's shelter is built into one such fairy chimney with three heads.
AVANOS is known for the pottery, a craft dating back to the Hittite period. The red clay which is worked by local craftsmen comes from the residue in the Kizilirmak river. The Kizilirmak, which divides Avanos into two, is Anatolia's longest river.
GOREME OPEN AIR MUSEUM is the place where this religious education was started. You will visit the churhcesö chapels and monasteries carved into the fairy chimmeys from the 10th to the 13th centuries with fresgos painted on the walls. In the 4th century three important men created a now unity here they are the Great St. Basil, Bishop of Kayseri his brother St Gregory of Nyssa and St. George of Nazianus.
PIGEON VALLEY here you will see where the Pigeons and hear of how they were used to help the people. Some examples where to send messages and to fertiziize the grapes. Also you will see a wonderful panoromic view.
UCHISAR CASTLE is the highest point in the region. The castle and its surrounds used to be the most populated area this settlement, which resembles Ortahisar in style. The top of the citadel provides a magnificent panorama of the surrounding area.

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DAILY CAPPADOCIA TOUR 2

DERINKUYU or KAYMAKLI UNDERGROUND CITY these two underground cities where dwellings for the christian communitiest to use as refuges. It contains all the usual rooms found in an underground city such as stables, cellars, storage rooms, refectories, churches, and wineries. Apart from these, was a missionary school.
IHLARA VALLEY this canyon was created by the cracking and collapsing which occurred as basalt and andesite lava from Mt. Hassadag cooled. The Melendiz river found its way through these cracks, eroding the canyon bed and helping to form canyon we see today.
SELIME is situated at the end of the Ihlara valley. Fairy chimneys rest on the steep hillside, and a basilica style cathedral the Selime Sultan tomb, a hollowed out citadel and churches are also found here.
YAPRAKHISAR Monastery, panoramic view point.
AGZIKARAHAN CARAVANSERAI were a very important place for the Seljuk rulers of Anatolia to trade. They deveopled the old trade routes, and built Caravansaries along the way to act as shelters and provide protection to traders.


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DAILY CAPPADOCIA TOUR 3

MUSTAFA PASA was inhabited by Greek Orthodox families until the beginning of the 20th century. The houses dating back to the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries display fine examples of stonework.
DAMSA lake is an example of the hard work of local men and women in building a Dam acroos the lake.
CEMIL means "Pretty Village" here is where the Greek people lived.
KESLIK this Archangelos Monastery is about two kilometers south of Cemil. The monastery compries a church chapel, refectory, hall, and othere chambers, all hollowed out of a group of broadbased cones.
SOGANLI fracatured and collape during an earthquake that added to erosion resulting in deep valleys and canyons. Soganli valley, which is divided into two, has been occupied since the Roman period. The rock cones found on the sides of the valley were used as graves by the Romans, and later as churches by the Byzanties. Here you will see local women making bread in outside ovens.
TASKINPASA: this was Byzantine Tamisus, seat of a bishopric, orginally known to the Turks as Damas. The town takes its present name from Taskin Pasa, a Karamanid emir who ruled here in the fourteenth century. The will hold anothe Panoromic view.

 

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DAILY CAPPADOCIA TOUR 4

SOGANLI VALLEY fracatured and collape during an earthquake that added to erosion resulting in deep valleys and canyons. Soganli valley, which is divided into two, has been occupied since the Roman period. The rock cones found on the sides of the valley were used as graves by the Romans, and later as churches by the Byzanties. Here you will see local women making bread in outside ovens.
SULTANSAZLIGI bird paradise. If you love bird watching this could be a new paradise for you.
YAHYALI the water that feeds this wonderful waterfall comes from the mountain of Taurus.
TASKINPASA this was Byzantine Tamisus, seat of a bishopric, orginally known to the Turks as Damas. The town takes its present name from Taskin Pasa, a Karamanid emir who ruled here in the fourteenth century. The will hold anothe Panoromic view.
MUSTAFAPASA was inhabited by Greek Orthodox families until the beginning of the 20th century. The houses dating back to the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries display fine examples of stonework.

 

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