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ın addition, however, this region has a surprising variety of landscapes which leave an unforgettable impression: the erosion valleys in the Phrygian mountains, the rocky cones of Cappadocia which are also known as fairy chimneys, the leafy tops of Köroglu Mountains or coloured karst slopes on the Sakarya River. At the heart of Central Anatolia is Cappadocia: a fairytale landscape of eroded tuff. In the high mountain steppes in Goreme, cone-shaped rock formations rise in a ghostly landscape. The rock formations were formed by now-extinct volcanoes, whose lava flows covered large parts of the highlands. The volcanoes spewed lava, ash and solid rocks. These were washed away by erosion, leaving behind the solidified basaltic lava, which formed the present-day rock formations. Cappadocia was located on the famous Silk Road. The people living there were often attacked by many different invaders. Therefore, the residents eroded the soft tufa to make strongholds to hide. And they became all the underground cities which are open to visitors today.

 

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GÖREME
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AVANOS
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DERINKUYU
derinkuyu teaserUnder the city of Derinkuyu (literally “deep well”), 40 kilometres south of Nevsehir, is the most famous underground city of Cappadocia.

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NEVŞEHİR PROVINCIAL DIRECTORATE OF CULTURE AND TOURISM

Yeni Kayseri Caddesi Atatürk Bulvarı No:15 - NEVŞEHİR


Telephone:
00 90 384 2134260


Fax:
00 90 384 2137045
00 90 384 2131137
       

TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - CITY CENTER
Atatürk Bulvarı, near by the hospital


Telephone:
00 90 384 212 95 73


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - ÜRGÜP

Telephone:

00 90 384 3414059


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - AVANOS
Atatürk Caddesi Avanos/NEVŞEHiR


Telephone:
00 90 384 5114360


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - HACIBEKTAŞ


Telephone:
0090 384 441 36 87


 

UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE

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Turkey is a country full of history and culture. A variety of natural beauties and historic places of Turkey are registered in the UNESCO's World Heritage List. So the protection and preservation of these regions is guaranteed. You can find here the treasures of Turkey in the UNESCO World Heritage List as well as in the Tentative List:

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