6 Outdoor Ancient Sites In Turkey To Add To Your 2021 Travel Bucket List

Wondering where to travel in Turkey in 2021? This list of historical outdoor sites from around Turkey might give you some inspiration. Enjoy!

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Ağzıkarahan Caravanserai in Aksaray – Cappadocia, Turkey

Located in the central Anatolian city of Aksaray, this 13th century caravanserai is an important historical site in the Cappadocia area.

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Saratli Kirkgoz Underground City – Cappadocia

Saratli Kirkgoz Underground City was a shelter for the early Christians who were running away from the prosecutions of the Romans.

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St. Mercurius Underground City – Cappadocia

Located in the province of Aksaray, St. Mercurius Underground City was a shelter for the early Christians who were hiding from the Romans.

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Acemhöyük – An Early Bronze Age Settlement in Central Anatolia

Located in the town of Yeşilova in the province of Aksaray, Acemhöyük is one of the largest ancient settlements in Central Anatolia.

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Sultanhan: The Biggest Caravanserai in Turkey

Situated in the Turkish province of Aksaray, Sultanhan is the biggest caravaserai in Turkey and one of the largest ones in the world.

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Ruins of Çanlı Kilise (Bell Church) in Cappadocia

Bell Church (Çanlı Kilise in Turkish) is a 11th-century Byzantine church surrounded by rock-cut underground cities in Cappadocia, Turkey.

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The Red Church: Cappadocia Off The Beaten Track

The Red Church is one of the oldest churches in Cappadocia! Click to read more about this hidden gem located in the remote suburbs of the Guzelyurt Region.

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