Central Anatolia

  • Having been a sanctuary for early Christians, Cappadocia is an open air museum full of unequal natural and cultural components. The region of Cappadocia is loca
  • A stop on the Silk Road with countless trails of diverse religions addressing hearts and minds of believers. Aksaray, with its riches including the Ihlara Valle
  • The city of Ankara lies in the centre of Anatolia on the eastern edge of the great, high Anatolian Plateau, at an altitude of 850m. With its yellow wheat fields
  • With its rich history, Eskişehir has become a well-known European city in Anatolia, whose cultural richness encompasses both the past and the present. Excavatio
  • Ankara has been on the intersection of the historical routes and its strategic location assumed a new importance when the city became the capital of newly estab
  • The Jewel of Cappadocia The Ihlara (Peristremma in Antiquity) Canyon is one the most popular destinations of the whole Cappadocia Region and the visitors may en
  • 4000-year-old trading centre whose significance spanned powerful empires. In the east of Cappadocia lies Kayseri, the city known as Caesarea in Roman times. As
  • Kırşehir was settled by the Hittites, Phrygians, Romans, Seljuks and Ottomans during its 5000 years of history owing to its important location between east and
  • Konya is one of Turkey's oldest continuously inhabited cities and was known as Iconium in Roman times. As the capital of the Seljuk Turks from the 12th to the 1

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