Cappadocia Soganli Valley and Seljuk History, Soganli Valley Soganli lies in a valley 25 km. to the east of Derinkuyu and 65 km. to the southwest of Urgup. It is supposed to have been once called Sondos. But a popular story has it that this town was the last place taken during the Arab invasion.
Kayseri History Information | Cappadocia Turkey, Kayseri is one of the larger towns of central Anatolia (pop. 207.000). It adjoins the provinces of Yozgat and Sivas in the north, of Adana in the south, of Maras in the east and of Nigde and Nevphir in the west. The history of Mazaka (as. Kayseri was called
Land of Fairy Chimneys At Goreme and Urgup Cappadocia, Fairy Chimneys At Goreme The lava that came out of Mount Erciyes during its eruptions thousands of years ago covers an area of approximately 4000 km2. After the volcano became extinct the region was exposed for centuries to extensive erosion through wind, snow, and rain. In
Information About Nevsehir (Cappadocia) Turkey, Nevsehir is a town (pop. 30.200) in Central Anatolia in the Kizilirmak valley and is situated (altitude 1250 m) on the slopes of Kahveci Mountain. Its history goes back to an age long before the birth of Christ. It used to be called Nyssa and then Mushkara. The Hittites who