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Agzikarahan Village, Goreme, Turkey
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Reviewed 6 August 2018

Years ago I visited this wonderful place several times so... I wanted to share this experience with my friends.... Unfortunately, the building is closed for public....

Thank jean - paul P
Reviewed 12 June 2018

This place is off beat for you,can visit if you have time and your interest is in ruins. this is old times travelers pit stop and if still have some of the glory.

Thank MandarP68
Reviewed 4 October 2017

It's not really that great a site but if you are reasonably near it you ought to take a look. It was built by the Seljuks to facilitate trade in silks and spices. Travelers could stay free for a few days but usually they would...More

Thank _jdeboissousa
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Please change the location to Agzikarahan. Instead of Agzikarahan Village. I think that will make the map link work. Thanks.

Thank zxcxc
Reviewed 15 February 2016

An area so full of secrets and mysteries history missing capadoccia days to know in depth, this is a place that did not know, with some medieval history.

Thank ferenachefchaouen
Reviewed 15 December 2015

This was a highlight in that visitor numbers were quite minimal so the aura of the place could be appreciated and the past imagined. Very enjoyable and a recommended stop.

Thank Lollie49
Reviewed 19 November 2015

One of the few remaining Caravanserais in the Turkish end of the old Silk Road it offered protection and accommodation for the merchants and travelers and their goods. Well worth a visit.

Thank Grasstley
Reviewed 17 October 2015

This 13th century Caravanserai or Caravan Inn can be found on the Aksaray-Nevsehir road only 15km from Aksaray its self. These Caravanserai were built as a resting place for the Caravans and a place for protection from the bandits as well. There are several Caravanserai...More

Thank CappadociaJohn
Reviewed 16 August 2015

Good sightseeing location. A little rundown. No one to explain anything. Only 1 board that explains some details about this.

Thank PankajAgarwalSG
Reviewed 21 June 2015

Built along the silk trading routes, the string of Caravanserais were built around the tenth century. They provided protection, shelter and accommodation for traders and their transport for several days and have both open and enclosed areas for use in summer and winter. They also...More

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