It is one of the best sites in cappadocia to see different shapes of rock formations, fairy chimney hats!
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My husband and I absolutely loved Zelve and enjoyed it more than Goreme National Park. We were lucky enough to be one of the very few people there and were able go really enjoy the history behind it and the peacefulness it offered.
This is worth a lot of effort to get here. And if you do get here, this is a wonderful experience to see. A guide is very helpful; but just as helpful is to Google and read a little about the churches here, and even...More
Cappadocia/Kapadokya_the land of beautiful horses in hittite language is a land of Anatolia region, just in the midlle of Turkey! The Hittite people was the first who lived on that land, after the Phoenicians, the Persians, the Romans, the Greeks, the Turks and the last...More
Has many refectory monastries, each associated with a (rock-cut) church, dating back from the 10th, 11th and 12th centuries. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Beautiful landscapes with caves and ancient churches. Highlights of the place are Column Church (Direkli Church) and 30 meters tunnel. 30 metres tunnel is open until 4pm. Delve Open Air Museum - entrance costs 10 TL, parking 3TL, ice cream 4TL. Hiking is comfortable, suitable...More
Initially we were on our way to Devrent Valley to see the rock formation shapes and stopped to just to see what there was. It is beautiful, there is a lovely paved walkway around and it clearly tells you how far each of the walks...More
Consists of 3 phases and it is so big that we couldn't see all of it as we arrived late. A complete big city in which people lived hundreds of years ago. The houses in the caves, public areas, dining rooms, the churches are splendid....More