Agzikarahan Hani
Agzikarahan Hani
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JenD_17
Cape Town, South Africa132 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
The Caravanserai itself is really majestic and amazingly well-preserved for its age. The carvings in the stone are lovely. It is worth a visit if you have the chance as you can really spend some time thinking about the history of this place. It is a bit off-the-beaten-track.
The village is very small and clearly impoverished so your visit could help to bring much-needed money to them.

Trigger warning for animal lovers: As with most places in Turkey, there were stray dogs to greet us, sadly not in good shape.
Written January 10, 2020
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MarkC8888
Rouse Hill, Australia264 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Solo
In better condition than most as it is in small town and there is no pressure for repurposing the building.
Written October 18, 2019
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573dk9999
Iowa City, IA604 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
After days of looking at 3rd to 7th-century excavations, something this new was almost a surprise. This was built to shelter camel caravans on the silk road in the 1200s.

The workmanship is outstanding, the stones are put together dry-stacked, without mortar. Earthquakes over the centuries have caused a lot of damage, and the locals used it as a free cut stone quarry, so a lot of stone had to be reconstructed. The work is ongoing, and your presence helps to fund this effort.

This is an interesting and worthwhile stop. Especially if you are old enough to remember the 1972 Santana album.
Written September 22, 2019
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peterpeers
Kusadasi, Türkiye167 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Friends
Years ago I visited this wonderful place several times so... I wanted to share this experience with my friends.... Unfortunately, the building is closed for public....
Written August 6, 2018
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Mandar P
Pune, India152 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
This place is off beat for you,can visit if you have time and your interest is in ruins.
this is old times travelers pit stop and if still have some of the glory.
Written June 12, 2018
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_jdeboissousa
Tampa, FL13 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Solo
It's not really that great a site but if you are reasonably near it you ought to take a look. It was built by the Seljuks to facilitate trade in silks and spices. Travelers could stay free for a few days but usually they would sleep, feed their draft animals, and go on to the next. The place was safe...you would think it was some kind of castle, and in effect it was. The Seljuks were great with stone so it has some fancy carving.

Really though you just look around, think of people coming for many thousands of miles with rich trade goods, stopping here in the middle of nowhere as they had done for years, on their way to Bursa or Trebizond or... Flyover territory, we would say, but think of a flyover that took a couple of years and meant you had to stay in places like this, at the very very best, over a courtyard full of stinking camels.
Written October 4, 2017
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zxcxc
Tucson, AZ83 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2017 • Solo
Please change the location to Agzikarahan. Instead of Agzikarahan Village. I think that will make the map link work. Thanks.
Written March 19, 2017
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ferenachefchaouen
Santiago, Chile195 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2015 • Solo
An area so full of secrets and mysteries history missing capadoccia days to know in depth, this is a place that did not know, with some medieval history.
Written February 15, 2016
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Lollie49
Melbourne, Australia30 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Friends
This was a highlight in that visitor numbers were quite minimal so the aura of the place could be appreciated and the past imagined. Very enjoyable and a recommended stop.

Written December 15, 2015
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Grasstley
Cambridge, UK49 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015
One of the few remaining Caravanserais in the Turkish end of the old Silk Road it offered protection and accommodation for the merchants and travelers and their goods. Well worth a visit.
Written November 19, 2015
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