URGÜP PERİ BACALARI-MUSTAFA PAŞA-SOĞANLI VALLEY-CITY OF KAYMAKLI UNDERGROUND
ÜRGÜP FAIRY CHIPS
Located at the entrance of Urgup, the fairy chimneys, which became the symbol of Cappadocia, which is known as in Üç Guzels Ür, is the center of the history and witnesses of the meeting of civilizations.
Until the exchange of Greeks, Orthodox Turks Karamanlılar'ın and Muslim Greeks lived in a Central Anatolian town, the old Greek houses are rich in stone workmanship and frescoes. Gömede Valley in the west has carved churches, shelters and a stream through the valley. The important churches and monasteries in Mustafapaşa are Aios Vasilios Church, Constantine-Heleni Church, Monastery Valley Churches, and Alakara Church and St. Basil's Chapel Church in Gömede Valley.
Soğanlı Village, which is connected to the Yeşilhisar district of Kayseri, is an old settlement and dates back to the 4th century. Soğanlı Village is a natural wonder with its fairy chimneys, natural beauty, rock carving churches, Soğanlı Babies and donkey tours. According to the rumors, during the Roman Empire, Kapodokya was a village in the central position (VATICAN) equivalent to 365 churches and large meeting buildings, where Christian Christians were raised.