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* [[Ankara]] - the second largest city in Turkey, capital of both the region and the whole country
 
* [[Ankara]] - the second largest city in Turkey, capital of both the region and the whole country
 
* [[Aksaray]]
 
* [[Aksaray]]
* [[Divrigi]]
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* [[Divrigi]] - a [[UNESCO World Heritage List|UNESCO World Heritage site]]
 
* [[Eskişehir]]
 
* [[Eskişehir]]
 
* [[Kayseri]]
 
* [[Kayseri]]

Revision as of 02:52, 24 February 2009

Central Anatolia (Turkish: İç Anadolu) is a region of Turkey. It occupies the central plateau of the country.

Provinces

  • Aksaray Province
  • Ankara Province
  • Çankiri Province
  • Eskişehir Province
  • Karaman Province
  • Kayseri Province
  • Kirikkale Province
  • Kırşehir Province
  • Konya Province
  • Nevşehir Province
  • Niğde Province
  • Sivas Province
  • Yozgat Province

Cities

Other destinations

  • Beypazari - old town with Ottoman architecture on the silk road near Ankara.
  • Bogazkale - an ancient Hittite city
  • Cappadocia - a land of "fairy chimneys" and underground cities.

Understand

Talk

Get in

Get around

See

Itineraries

İç Anadolu Bölgesinde Aksaray ili sınrları içerisinde bulunan Ihlara Vadisi içindeki birçok tarihi kilise ile tristlerin dikkatini çekmektedir.

Do

Eat

Drink

Stay safe

Get out

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