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Cappadocia Blue Tour: 1-Day Excursion from Göreme

  • Duration: 7h
  • Live guide in English
Out of season
  • Starting time: 09:30
  • Entrance fees
  • Professional English-speaking guide
  • Insurance
  • Transportation
  • Lunch: Open buffet (vegetarian options available)
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About: Keslik Monastery

Surrounded by rugged landscapes and ancient Roman and Ottoman ruins, Keslik Monastery is a Christian monastery in the south of Cappadocia, offering an incredible window into Turkey's ancient past.

Keslik Monastery
Cemil, 50400, Nevşehir
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