MUSTAFA PASA was inhabited by Greek Orthodox families until the beginning of the 20th century. The houses dating back to the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries display fine examples of stonework.

DAMSA lake is an example of the hard work of local men and women in building a Dam acroos the lake.

CEMIL means "Pretty Village" here is where the Greek people lived.

KESLIK this Archangelos Monastery is about two kilometers south of Cemil. The monastery compries a church chapel, refectory, hall, and othere chambers, all hollowed out of a group of broadbased cones.


SOGANLI fracatured and collape during an earthquake that added to erosion resulting in deep valleys and canyons. Soganli valley, which is divided into two, has been occupied since the Roman period. The rock cones found on the sides of the valley were used as graves by the Romans, and later as churches by the Byzanties. Here you will see local women making bread in outside ovens.

TASKINPASA: this was Byzantine Tamisus, seat of a bishopric, orginally known to the Turks as Damas. The town takes its present name from Taskin Pasa, a Karamanid emir who ruled here in the fourteenth century. The will hold anothe Panoromic view

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