How to make your time memorable in Nevşehir

Pigeon Valley

Kayseri to the east, Aksaray and Nide to the west, and Yozgat to the northeast surround Nevşehir, which is known for Cappadocia. Erciyes was formed 60 million years ago with the ashes and lava of extinct volcanoes like as Mount Hasan, and has a unique geographic structure. On the plateau generated by these layers, there are a total of eight districts. The most popular sections of the region are Goreme, Avanos, and the Ürgüp triangle, which have valleys, fairy chimneys, and historical sites, and were known as Muşkura during the Ottoman time.

Nevşehir Ürgüp Museum

Nevşehir Ürgüp Museum

The Historical Artifacts in the Nevşehir Ürgüp Museum can be examined! One of the most significant places to start your trip is the Nevşehir Ürgüp Museum, which has a wealth of knowledge on Cappadocia. Your vacation will take on new meaning as a result of the knowledge you’ll learn. By learning about the formation of Cappadocia, you will be able to see the stuffed creatures.

Hacı Bektaş Veli Dervish Complex

Hacı Bektaş Veli Dervish Complex

The Hac Bektaş Veli Dervish Complex and Tomb, which is a museum, contains numerous interesting antiques, paintings, and information. This is one of the must-see attractions in Nevşehir, as it is heavily visited on major days. The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has been hosting tourists to the tomb complex as a museum since 1964.

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Pigeon Valley

Pigeon Valley

Take a walk in the woods in Pigeon Valley! Pigeon Valley, one of Cappadocia’s most famous locations, has been providing visitors with the pleasure of watching the sunset with the wonderful view afforded by Uçhisar Castle for years. Pigeons are literally named for this vast valley between Uçhisar and Göreme.

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Cappadocia Houses Closer

Cappadocia Houses Closer

This formation can still be seen in Cappadocia, which has evolved over millions of years to its current state. People in this peculiar topography carved houses out of the rocks to satisfy their housing demands. In addition to the carving process, easy-to-process stones were utilised during the construction of the residences, which are generally placed on the valley’s outskirts. When the stone came into touch with air, it toughened quickly. In the region where the stone is abundant, it has shown its own mastery and architectural development.

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