Cappadocia is a spectacular, surrealistic landscape of rock stones, capped pinnacles, and fretted ravines in colors ranging from warm red and gold to cool green and gray. It is one of those rare religions in the world where the works of man blend unobtrusively into the natural habitat. The sites and the environment have much to offer the visitor to this area.
The historical experience proposed at the outset of the visitor's trip to Cappadocia will deepen his understanding of the region's uniqueness, enhance his enjoyment, and will turn it into an unfogettable memory.
Based on a new approach currently applied in museums, the proposed experience combines the historical-educational content of the site with its dramatic-theatrical human story to create a sweeping and powerful encounter steeped with educational and cultural value.
Cappadocia's timeline stretches from prehistoric times until today, telling the story of nature and men, who drew upon each other in a marvelous symbiosis to create an extraordinary view unlike anything seen before.
Our attraction takes place in a structure dug into the mountain. Like the local inhabitants, whose houses, monasteries, and churches were hollowed out of the rock.