Cappadocia region 60 million years ago; Erciyes, Hasan Dağı and Mount Güllü'ın lust and ashes formed by the soft layers of millions of years of rain and wind has been eroded by the wind.
The human settlement extends to the Paleolithic turn. The land inhabited by the Hittites became one of the most important centers of Christianity in later periods. The rock-cut houses and churches have made the region a huge haven for Christians escaping the oppression of the Roman Empire.
The Cappadocia region is a region spanning Nevşehir, Kırşehir, Niğde, Aksaray and Kayseri.
The Cappadocia region is an integral part of nature and history. While the geographical events created the Peribacalari, in the historical process, people were also houses, churches, and adorned with frescoes inside these peribacas, making the traces of civilizations thousands of years old. The written history of Cappadocia, where human settlements stretch as far as the Paleolithic turn, begins with the Hittites. Cappadocia is one of the important junctions of the Silk Road, which houses trade colonies throughout history and establishes a commercial and social bridge between countries.