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Cappadocia Activities

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Cappadocia History

Cappadocia Underground Cities

In underground cities, rooms and halls connected to each other by narrow corridors, wine tanks, water cellars, kitchen and supply warehouses, ventilation shafts, water wells, animal barns, churches and any other areas that may come from outside, in the area suitable for the sheltering conditions necessary for a temporary living of a community. There are large bolt stones that close the door from the inside to prevent danger.

7 underground cities, built by carving tuff rocks in various periods before Christ, hosted different civilizations. The historical underground cities, which have been cleared by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism since 1964, have been brought into tourism.

There are currently 36 known underground cities in the region, but there are an estimated 150 unexplored underground cities. Authorities are still working to unearth and restore these cities (2022)

Cappadocia Churches

Cappadocia is one of the most important stops in the history of Early Christianity. After the volcanic eruption of Mount Erciyes, lavas formed soft rocks in the Cappadocia Region, which is visited by hundreds of thousands of Christians from many countries of the world every year to become pilgrims. This type of rock structure is seen on 20,000 km2 of land. The soft rock was eroded by water and wind over time, so today's fairy chimneys with hard rock structures were formed. Seeing that this rock can be shaped very easily, the peoples of Göreme and Cappadocia carved houses, churches and monasteries into the rocks.