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Adana city 159 mile to Cappadocia and 160 mile away from Antalya. Adana is fifth biggest city of Turkey after Istanbul , Izmir , Bursa and Ankara on a population based compare. It has the advantage of being the industrial and trade center of Mediterranean region. It has a big affect on the country economy…

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Kozakli, about 100 km (62 mile) north of Nevsehir, is Hamamorta. Located in Cappadocia, Kozaklı is one of the district centers of Nevşehir. Due to its central situation to the nearest larger cities like Nevşehir, Kayseri, Yozgat, Niğde and Kırşehir. particularly due to its natural spas, hamams and hotel facilities, Kozaklı has been a popular…

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Hacibektas district is 46 km (28 miles) away from Nevsehir. Arriving in the small Central Anatolian town of Hacıbektas, you will be startled to find yourself walking past a line of stalls selling the sort of merchandise that is conspicuous by its absence elsewhere in the country: triptychs showing Atatürk, Caliph/Imam Ali and Haci Bektas…

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Ortahisar district 7 Km (4 miles) away from Nevsehir. Its most pronounced structure is the Castle of Ortahisar situated at a 86 m height cave in the period of Eti. The castle has been used strategically and for accommodation. At the outskirts of the castle there are available the samples of the civil architecture characteristic…

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Nevsehir is located in Central Anatolia. Nevsehir is 727 mile far from Istanbul. Nevşehir is one of Turkey’s most unique tourist havens with its rich tapestry of culture acquired from many centuries of civilization combining history with nature. Nevsehir a very large plateau formed from an accumulation of the ash and lava of ancient and…

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Vanessa (Avanos), is a town and district of Nevşehir Province in the Central Anatolia region of Turkey, located 18 km (11 mile) north of Nevşehir, the capital city of the province. It is situated within the historic and touristic region of Cappadocia.The district covers an area of 994 km2 (384 sq mile),with the highest point being Mt. İsmail Sivrisi at…

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Derinkuyu is 18 miles away from Nevsehir. Derinkuyu hosts the huge underground settlement built in the 8th – 7th century BC by the Phrygians. Derinkuyu largest excavated underground city in Turkey, and excavations are still going on. Derinkuyu is notable for its large multi-level underground city , which is a major tourist attraction. The historical…

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Goreme located among the “fairy chimney” rock formations, is a town in Cappadocia, a historical region of Turkey. It is in the Nevşehir Province in Central Anatolia and has a population of around 2,800 people. Former names of the town have been Korama, Matiana, Maccan or Machan, and Avcilar. When Goreme Valley nearby was designated…

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Ihlara Valley

Ihlara Valley situated at about 40 km (25 mile) from the province seat of Aksaray and 50 km (31 mile) near the town of Güzelyurt. The township is famed for the nearby valley of the same name, Ihlara Valley, which is a 16 km (10 mi) long gorge cut into volcanic rock in the southern part of Cappadocia, following…

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Kaymakli district 17 miles away from Nevsehir. Kaymakli Underground City is contained within the citadel of Kaymakli in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. First opened to tourists in 1964, the village is about 19km from Nevuehir, on the Nevuehir-Nigde road. The ancient name was Enegup. The houses in the village are constructed around the…

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