Whirling dervish ceremony, held in a 13th century caravanseri (caravan stop). In warm weather the ceremony is held outside in the courtyard, in cooler weather it is held inside. Arrive early and you can walk around inside and out and wonder what it might have been like for a traveller 800+ years ago. The ceremony is about 1 hour long, after which you can take pictures of the participants. They also have a light and sound show they project on the courtyard walls of the caravanseri after the show before closing. Total time from hotel to hotel, usually 2-3 hours.
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