Cappadocia’s Hidden Gem: Top Sites to See in Aksaray, Turkey

Top must-see sites in the province of Aksaray, Cappadocia’s hidden gem. Click to explore this stunning historic central Anatolian city.

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6 Most Beautiful Christian Sites In Turkey

Here are the 6 beautiful Christian heritage sites in Turkey that you should add to your bucket list. Click to read more.

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Discovering Aigai: Aeolians’ “City Of Goats” In Western Turkey

The ancient city of Aigai, located in the hilly outskirts of the Manisa province, is one of the lesser known ancient settlements in Anatolia.

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14 Sites In Turkey Worthy Of Becoming UNESCO World Heritage Havens

These natural, historic and cultural sites in Turkey are listed as Unesco Tentative Heritage Sites. Click to read more!

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Touring Aksaray – Day 5: Güzelyurt, The Most Overlooked Spot In Cappadocia

Is this the most underrated spot in Cappadocia? Let’s explore Güzelyurt, where you’ll find countless ancient ruins, far from the crowds.

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Touring Aksaray – Day 3: Ihlara Valley and Volcanic Rock Churches

In this article, we will hike through the historic Ihlara Valley, and explore the rock-hewn churches that date back as far as 1,600 years.

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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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Demre: Antalya’s Overlooked Historic Town

Explore Demre, where Saint Nicholas who is also known as Santa Claus lived! Located in Antalya, this overlooked town is a must-see spot!

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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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