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Cappadocia Love Valley

Cappadocia Love Valley

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Cappadocia Love Valley

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109 pages
1 heure
Sortie:
Feb 7, 2019
ISBN:
9780463040911
Format:
Livre

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Turkey's popular holiday resort and history Welcome to Capodaccia,Cappadocia has been home to various civilizations over the years.over time, various churches, mosques, palaces and ancient civilizations reigned here,Nowadays, summer is a different holiday region that welcomes tourists from all four seasons,
fairy chimneys made of stone are now used as hotels and welcome their guests.we have visited this region we recommend to everyone and we have presented you as your need throughout the holiday.
if you are interested in antiquities and wines of museum history picture art I would recommend you go here,We have prepared and presented to you the destination where you can taste the old wines in the wine cellars and eat the food against the sunset.In addition to this, you can take hundreds of balloons at the same time.In addition to experiencing the combination of color and entertainment you can see the hidden cities and churches of the museum natural buildings,In this area where you can experience both comfort and old time at the same time, hotels and restaurants are carved into the rocks and are very comfortable.
Tourists from all over the world flocked into this book carefully for you and the balloon tours of the aircraft and services such as safari we have included services in this book.Our usual principle is also valid in this book and prices have been reduced to a minimum rate so that everyone can read it.
Have fun for you

Sortie:
Feb 7, 2019
ISBN:
9780463040911
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Who is Cemal YazıcıI prepare novel books and magazines as e-booksIntroducing the cities and countries related to tourism and travel, and at the same time I am making a book as a result of my research into the information that can benefit people.For example, while preparing a travel guide magazine that introduces the london, I review the country's eating habits and diet lists and create a separate nutrition book.not only the places to visit in my books, but also all the features of the city I'm sharing with youThe purpose of writing e-books is to reach people around the world and to make them read at affordable prices.I am writing my books English,German and Turkish for send all people on the world

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Contents

Cappadocia Love Valley

Cappadocia

Where Is Cappadocia?

How Cappadocia Came Into Being

Goreme Open Air Museum

Kaymakli Underground City

Ihlara Valley

Kokar Kilise (The Smelly Church)

Purenli Seki Kilisesi (Church with the Terrace)

Agacalti Kilise (Church under the Tree)

Anatolia

Prehistoric Cultures Of Anatolia

Neolithic Period

Chalcolithic Period

Pigeon Valley

The Middle Kingdom

Lycia, And Cilicia In The Achaemenian Period

Uçhi̇sar Castle

Goreme Open Air Museum

Goreme Open Air Museum Churches

Love Valley Cappadocia

Love Valley Story

The Valley of the Priests

Fairy Chimneys

Fairy Chimneys Caves

Nevsehir Museum

Turkey Hot Air Balloons

Nevsehir Cappadocia Culture And Arts Center

Saklı Church, Goreme

Acıgol

Nevşehirli Damat İbrahim Paşa Complex

The Kurşunlu Mosque

Librarry

Caravanserai, Imaret and Primary School

Tomb Architecture In Cappadocia

Cappadocia Is An Open Air Museum Full Of Unequal Natural

A Unique Heritage Of Nature And Humanity

Crossroad Of Civilizations

Sanctuary Of Christians

Tourism İn Cappadocia

Caravanserais (kervansarays) Of Cappadocia

Forgotten Cave Churches Of Cappadocia

Haci Bektas-i Veli

Haci Bektas-i Veli Museum, The Dergah

Devrent Valley

Monks Valley

Avanos

Istanbul - Cappadocia And Cappadocia - Istanbul Flights

The Crimson Mountains

Cappadocia Jeep Safari Tours

Copyright © 2019 Cemal yazıcı 

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Cappadocia Love Valley

Cappadocia

Cappadocia, ancient district in east-central Anatolia, situated on the rugged plateau north of the Taurus Mountains, in the centre of present-day Turkey. The boundaries of the region have varied throughout history. Cappadocia’s landscape includes dramatic expanses of soft volcanic rock, shaped by erosion into towers, cones, valleys, and caves. Rock-cut churches and underground tunnel complexes from the Byzantine and Islamic eras are scattered throughout the countryside.Neolithic pottery and tools found in Cappadocia attest to an early human presence in the region. Excavations at the modern town of Kültepe have uncovered the remains of the Hittite-Assyrian city of Kanesh, dating from the 3rd millennium BCE. The tens of thousands of clay tablets recovered from the remains of an Assyrian merchant colony at Kanesh are among the oldest written documents discovered in Turkey.The earliest appearance of the name of Cappadocia dates from the 6th century BCE, when Cappadocia’s feudal nobility was dominated by a Persian satrapy and Zoroastrian temple cults were widespread. Because of its rugged terrain and modest agricultural output, the area remained underdeveloped in antiquity, with only a few significant cities.Alexander the Great bypassed Cappadocia but sent troops under his general Perdiccas (322 BCE). After a power struggle following Alexander’s death, Cappadocia fell into the dynastic orbit of the Seleucids, although a local aristocracy descended from the Persian satraps continued to rule and Persian religious practices persisted. Cappadocia transferred its allegiance to Rome after the Roman victory at Magnesia (190 BCE) and remained faithful despite the Pontic and Armenian attacks of the 1st century BCE. Cappadocia was retained as a Roman client state until Emperor Tiberius annexed it in 17 CE for its command over strategic passes in the Taurus Mountains.The region had early contact with Christianity. The Acts of the Apostles reports that Cappadocian Jews were present in Jerusalem during the descent of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost (Acts 2:9), and the First Epistle of Peter mentions Cappadocia among the persecuted Christian communities of Asia Minor (1 Peter 1:1). In the 4th century three Cappadocian theologians—Basil the Great, Gregory of Nyssa, and Gregory of Nazianzus—made important contributions to Christian thought in their writings, refuting Arianism and elaborating on the doctrine of the Trinity.Cappadocia’s position on the eastern side of the Byzantine Empire left it open to attack. Raids by tribal groups in the 5th century spurred the construction of heavier fortifications in the area. In 611 an incursion by the Sāsānian army ravaged the Cappadocian capital, Caesarea (modern Kayseri). Arab raids into Cappadocia commenced in the 7th century and continued into the 10th. During these periods of instability Cappadocia’s large complexes of man-made caves and tunnels may have been built or expanded from existing structures for use as refuges. However, establishing precise dates for their construction has proven difficult.Cappadocia enjoyed a period of prosperity in the 10th and 11th centuries that led to a surge in the construction of rock-cut churches and monasteries. Many of the surviving churches from this period are richly decorated. The Byzantine Empire lost Cappadocia permanently when it came under the control of the Seljuq Turks about the time that they defeated the Byzantine army at the Battle of Manzikert in 1071.The name Cappadocia is now commonly used in the tourism industry to refer to the area that extends roughly from Kayseri west to Aksaray (95 miles [150 km]), where the largest number of monuments are situated. The most-visited attractions include the sprawling underground cites of Derinkuyu and Kaymaklı and Göreme National Park, where there are a large number of rock-cut churches and dwellings. In 1985 Göreme National Park and other rock sites in the area were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.Nevşehir, city, central Turkey. It lies on the lower slopes of a hill crowned by a ruined citadel dating from the Seljuq period. Other monuments include the mosque Kurşunlu Cami, with its attached madrasah (religious school), hospice, and library, built in the early 18th century by Damad İbrahim Paşa, grand vizier of the Ottoman sultan Ahmed III. A market for the agricultural products of the region, Nevşehir is linked by road with Ankara, Adana, and Kayseri. The surrounding area is drained by the Kızıl River and is a prosperous grain-producing district...The south central Turkey, located in Ankara southeast months of views Cappadocia, fairy chimneys called is famous for its unique geological formations. Large cone-shaped formations have been formed over time with erosion of soft volcano tuffs in the environment. Past cultures have shaped these formations for use as houses and fortress (such as Üçhisar Castle) and even cities like Kaymaklı and Derinkuyu were used as hiding places by the first Christians. The area around Kayseri is like a gateway to this area.In an extraordinary meeting of nature's artistic splendor and humankind's resourcefulness, Cappadocia is one of those rare places that must be experienced at least once in a lifetime. With soaring rock formations, uniquely-rippled landscapes, splendid walking trails, mysterious underground cities and rock-cut churches, Cappadocia is the must-see destination in Turkey. Located just one hour away from Istanbul or Izmir by plane, adding this wonder of nature & man to your Turkey Itinerary couldn't be easier. Turkish Heritage Travel is your local expert in all things Cappadocia – allow us to tailor-make your entire Turkey experience and be your regional specialists in Cappadocia.

Where Is Cappadocia?

Rich in history going back to Hittite times (+4000 years) and once a province of the Roman Empire, Cappadocia is now the sprawling area of central Turkey which lies between Aksaray in the west, Kayseri in the east and Nigde in the south. Modern Cappadocia is an incredible place, criss-crossed with valleys and dotted with dramatic rock formations. Whatever your

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