Reminiscent of an open-air museum in Aksaray, ‘Manastır Valley’ takes its visitors on a journey into history.

In the Manastır Valley, which has the appearance of “Little Ihlara Valley” between the two-sided high rocks, there are 50 large and small rock-carved churches, chapels, an underground city and the Church Mosque, which was built in 385 in the name of St. Gregorius Theologos and later converted into a mosque.

Tourists have the opportunity to take a nature walk among bird sounds and greenery on the 5.5-kilometer track in Manastır Valley.

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