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Cappadocia Art & History Museum

Yukari Mah. Gazi Sok. No:6 | Mustafapaşa Kasabası, Urgup 50420, Turkey
+90 384 353 5221
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Must vist place in Cappadocia

you get to learn lot many things by visiting this place. please carry water if you are traveling... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2016
BasavarajCH
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Bengaluru, India
History Museum, wow

Cappadocia Art and History Museum is full of history and information for visitors to enjoy a must... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2016
poonam d
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Yukari Mah. Gazi Sok. No:6 | Mustafapaşa Kasabası, Urgup 50420, Turkey
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Reviewed 25 October 2016

you get to learn lot many things by visiting this place. please carry water if you are traveling with the kids / children.

Thank BasavarajCH
Reviewed 24 October 2016

Cappadocia Art and History Museum is full of history and information for visitors to enjoy a must see.

Thank poonam d
Reviewed 9 August 2016 via mobile

As I said, an absolute pearl in a small town in Capadoccia. The dolls on,display are absolutlty incredible. The amount of work and affort made, currently on display is simply impressive. Beautiful from all,stand points. And wonderfully nice people working the. If you are close...More

Thank Didem H
Reviewed 11 June 2016

This is a local house that the owner has turned into a nice location to visit and with a major collection of dolls done by his mother which reflect on the historical characters and life of Turkey and Cappadocia region. I am not a great...More

Thank ngutierrez1972
Reviewed 22 May 2016

Doors opened into a world of magic and remarkable historic research. I felt like I walked into the heart of rural Turkey. Sibel Radiye Gul is a hugely talented artist, having created one "doll" a month for 36 years; all are figures in scenes that...More

Thank BarbaraCecil
Reviewed 15 October 2015

If you are keen on history, you must certainly pay a visit to these dwellings! It must be done at least once in a lifetime!

Thank NevzatBarcin
Reviewed 10 October 2015

This is a fascinating place, filled with dolls in all sorts of typical traditional costumes and displayed to depict scenes from Turkish history or to show traditional Turkish life over the centuries. The whole building itself was interesting and there was a wonderful view of...More

Thank Pilla
Reviewed 21 September 2015

This is a must go place once in your lifetime. Experience cant be described in words. It is a unique experience

Thank sunnyshubh
Reviewed 16 September 2015

Awesome memorabella for the old and young generations to remind themselves of the good hearted man who offered and shared his blessings to those empty hands, and he was thankful to Allah.

Thank Rebby2014
Reviewed 8 July 2015

This place is so unique its hard to describe it. Went there as part of a cultural tour and wished we could have stayed longer. Amazing dwellings in the rocks with beautiful artwork. Make sure you have your camera !

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