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In the 19th century one of the region's two most important churches, the Church of Constantine and Helena is located in the center of the town of Mustafapaşa. There are different accounts regarding who was responsible for the construction of the church.
Located in Sinasos Square in the town of Mustafapaşa, this madrasah is also known as a caravanserai. With an asymmetrical, U-shaped design, this Ottoman building was constructed by Mehmet Şakir Pasha in 1900.
Located in a 150-year-old historic mansion, the Cappadocia Art and History Museum is Turkey's first privately-owned doll museum.
Also known as the Little Ihlara for its resemblance to the Ihlara Valley, the Gomeda Valley, with its magical atmosphere, is without a doubt one of the area's must-see destinations.
The area's other valley is Saklı Valley, which is also known as Balta's Place, because he landscaped it and converted it into event and picnicking space.
Originally constructed in the 1800s and first owned by a Greek artist named Yorha Vasil, the Old Greek House later became the "Asmalı Konak" that viewers from Turkey and the Middle East know from the TV series of the same name.
Listed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, the Göreme Historical National Park offers fabulous vantage points from which to enjoy the view, as well as numerous historic castles, churches and monasteries.
Located 20 kilometers (12.5 miles) east of Nevşehir, the Ürgüp area is famous for its fairy chimneys, fabulous structures shaped from soft, volcanic tufa by wind and rain.