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
Ihlara Valley in Cappadocia Turkey, Ihlara is reached by starting on the Nevehir-Ankara Road, then turning left at Km. 58 and driving for 40 km. It can also be reached from Derinkuyu by a much shorter road; it also lies on the Derinkuyu-Aksaray road (40 km). The 150 mt. deep Ihlara valley which is formed
Nigde Museum and Tekirdag Museum, NiGDE MUSEUM In 1936 archaeological findings and ethnographic works from the region of Nigde were stored in the Akmedrese in Nigde, which was built during the Karamanoglu period. After a short time, the works were put on exhibit in the courtyard and rooms of the Medrese thus establishing Nigde Museum.
Mazi (Mataza) Village in Derinkuyu Cappadocia, Mazi (Mataza) Village: One of the places that are not in opened to tourism and that is not in enlighted in the Cappadocia region is the Mazi Village. If you go 7-8 km east from Kaymakli, you will come to a village established within a stream. The interesting places
The Lake of Nar and Gullu Mountain in Cappadocia Turkey, The Lake of Nar (Nar Golu) The Lake of Nar is situated in a remote (30 km. from Derinkuyu and Ihlara) and deserted valley surrounded by hills. Its surface lies 70 m. below the surface of the plain, its own depth is not known. Hot
Dogala Underground City and The Til Village of Cappadocia Turkey, Dogala Underground City One of the underground cities of the region referred to earlier is situated at the village of Dogala on the south slope of ErtaHilll, 7 km. to the west of Derinkuyu. All the entrances to this are blocked with the exception of