A different world with its history and natural beauties, a different era, time travel to Cappadocia…
Cappadocia is one of the most important places to visit for the traces of world civilizations.
There are many museums, churches, monasteries and historical places in Cappadocia where you can witness the structures influenced by different cultures of countless civilizations.
Cappadocia region is a place where nature and history are integrated. Geographical events While creating fairy chimneys, in the historical process, people carved houses, churches into these fairy chimneys and decorated them with frescoes. Cappadocia carried the traces of their thousands of years of civilization to the present day. The written history of Cappadocia begins with the Hittites. Cappadocia is also one of the important intersections of the Silk Road and has built trade colonies throughout the history and established a commercial and social bridge between the countries.
One of the most interesting and intriguing cultural riches unique to Cappadocia is the underground cities. Faced with constant raids and looting, the people found the option to dig a second village where they could take shelter under their village. All the civilizations that came here from the Hittites to the Byzantines continued and developed this order. Every house has a descent from the ground and these underground villages are connected to each other by tunnels and transformed into underground cities. One of the most interesting aspects of these cities is that they have a very sophisticated city planning. In these cities, as there are many systems from structures such as ventilation, heating, sewage systems to mental hospitals, churches and various public institutions.
The historical and natural wealth of Cappadocia has been blended with the natural materials and transformed into art by the people of the region throughout the ages. Pottery making, which has continued since the Hittites until today, is one of the most important cultural values of the region. The existence of this natural and cultural heritage cannot be overlooked in the endeavors of the Cappadocian people. In addition to keeping this heritage alive for generations, it also has an economic return. These are handicrafts, pottery, carpet – rug weaving, handmade doll production and onyx stone processing.
One of the most practical ways to visit the Cappadocia region is to choose one of the guided private tour packages.
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