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Göreme Panoramic View Point
This place is a viewpont , which is 2 km away from Göreme town, you will enjoy the best panorama ever. While you watch the view, our guide will give information about the history of Cappadocia. Our guide will give you free time to take pictures after informing you.
Uçhisar Castle is the highest place of the region, it attracts great attention due to the formations in different shapes around the castle and tunnels has been used by the previous tribes of Cappadocia for centuries due to its strategic location. In our tour, a small excursion will be made by our guide to watch the view from the viewing area around the castle.
The most precious examples of another type of magnificent fairy chimneys that make up Cappadocia are in the love valley We will be watching the valley from the panoramic viewing area, since vehicle entry into the valley is prohibited.
Zelve Open Air Museum
5 km to Avanos, 1 km to Pasabaglari. away from Zelve, was established on the steep and northern slopes of Aktepe. Consisting of three valleys, Zelve Ruins is the place where fairy chimneys are most concentrated. Zelve ruins, consisting of three valleys, is the place where fairy chimneys are most concentrated in the Cappadocia region. This area, which is one of the beauties created by nature, IX. and XIII. It became one of the important settlements and religious centers of Christians in the centuries, and the first religious seminars given to priests took place in this region.
Balıklı, Üzümlü and Geyikli churches, which are the most important churches in the valley, are dated before the Iconoclastic period (728-842). There is also a chapel built in the name of St. Simeon and many rock places here. Monasteries, churches, settlements as well as structures such as tunnels, mills and glass can be seen in the valley, which was inhabited until 1952.
Paşabağ is a region that hosts some of Cappadocia's most interesting fairy chimneys and rock chapels. Located at the southern exit of Avanos, 1 kilometer inland from the road, Paşabağ is one of the places where the formation and development of the fairy chimney can be best observed in Cappadocia. Single, double and triple fairy chimneys with multiple hats scattered over the land make this place one of the most attractive places in the region.
The place where some of the most beautiful capped fairy chimneys are lined up is also known as Paşabağı, Monks Valley and Priests Valley. Due to its distance from the main settlements and being a hilly area, it has become a place of refuge for those who want to retreat or hide.
Devrent Valley, also known as Imagination Valley, is a place where the most interesting and fantastic fairy chimneys of Cappadocia are located. Because the fairy chimneys found here are more like animal and human shapes, it got the name Imagination Valley. In Devrent (Imagination) Valley, you will feel as if you are on the moon with the most surrealist shaped fairy chimneys of the region.
Ceramic Culture Demonstration of Hitite Civilization
During the Old Hittite Kingdom Period, ceramic art masters produced extremely competent and eye-catching forms with their creative impulses. The ceramics, which are generally produced using a potter's wheel, are single color, flesh red or light brown and brightly polished. Among the vessel forms, the most common are spouted jugs. On the other hand, in the Hittite Imperial Age ceramics, light ground close to white, gray, all tones of earth color and beige/cream are dominant. Although the forms known in the Old Hittite Period continue, large jars, teapots and plates constitute daily use vessels. In our tour, we will show you how pottery is made in a workshop that continues this culture.