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Ihlara Valley holds a prominent position among the world's canyons. Ihlara Valley, which has a length of 14 kilometers, a depth that varies from place to place of 120 meters, and a thousand different habitats, is unique among canyons in that it has the distinction of being the largest canyon in the world where people have historically inhabited. Ihlara Valley, with its numerous churches, easy-to-dig shelters created from the valley's surrounding rocks, and the development of fairy chimneys, has historically been one of the most significant cultural and civilizational centers in the entire world. When you leave the valley, you come across a special beauty, fairy chimneys, and Selime Cathedral.
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One of the most famous canyons in the world is Ihlara Valley. Ihlara Valley is unique among canyons in that it holds the title of being the largest canyon in the world where people have historically resided. It has a length of 14 kilometers, a depth that varies from place to place of 120 meters, and a thousand diverse habitats. Ihlara Valley has historically been one of the most important cultural and civilizational hubs in the entire world, with its many churches, simple shelters made from the valley's surrounding rocks, and the formation of fairy chimneys. You encounter a unique beauty, fairy chimneys, and Selime Cathedral as you leave the valley.
Ihlara Valley is one of the most well-known canyons in the world. The largest canyon in the world where people have historically lived is Ihlara Valley, which makes it special among canyons. It is 14 kilometers long, fluctuates in depth from location to location by 120 meters, and includes 1,000 different types of ecosystems. With its numerous churches, basic homes fashioned from the valley's surrounding rocks, and the development of fairy chimneys, Ihlara Valley has historically been one of the most significant cultural and civilizational centers in the entire world. As you exit the valley, you come across a special beauty, fairy chimneys, and Selime Cathedral.
In the past, embalmment was produced in the Cappadocia region, just as it had in ancient Egypt. In the Ihlara Valley, a total of 17 mummies have been found thus far. 12 of them are on display in the Aksaray Museum, and the remaining 5 are in the Nigde Museum. Typically, the mummies come from between the 10th and the 13th centuries. In the name of "Bast," the Goddess with a cat head, cat embalming was done. The practice of embalming cats was still practiced in the Cappadocia region, and it had spread across Anatolia.
The arms of the cross are covered by cradle squinches, and the central area of the construction with the free cross plan is covered by a high hooped dome set on squinches. The frescoes are believed to have been created between the ninth and eleventh centuries, which is the time before iconoclasm. Scenes like the Annunciation, Nativity, Adoration of the Three Maggies, Flight into Egypt, Holy Baptism, Koimesis (Mary's death), and Ascension are shown in the figures.
The Church is located in Ihlara Valley's Belisirma Village. The flat roof of the unorthodoxly hexagonal church is concavely etched in the direction of the apse to the east. The entryway is made up of the demolished apse. The original door is on the northern wall. During the reigns of Sultan Mesut II and Emperor Andronikos II, from 1283 to 1295, Lady Tamar, Amirarzes Basileios' wife, painted the chapel. The figurines depict the scene of the Deesis, the Metamorphosis, the Ascension, and Mesut II's likeness.
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