Goreme Open Air Museum is a place where you will enter a completely different world. Many churches, chapels and living spaces carved into the rocks will meet you in this different world where the missionaries and retreats of Christians who escaped from oppression begin. Girls - Men's Monastery, Elmalı Church, Yılanlı Church, Çarıklı Church, Karanlık Church, St. Barbara and Saint Basil Churches and Tokalı Church will fascinate with their unique freks and will take them to a deep journey. Do not say es I visited Cappadocia gör before seeing the Göreme Open Air Museum on December 6, 1985, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- Rahibeler ve Rahipler Manastırı
- Aziz Basil Şapeli
- Elmalı Kilise
- Azize Barbara Şapeli (Elmalı Kaya Kilisesi)
- Yılanlı Kilise
- Karanlık Kilise
- Azize Katherina Şapeli
- Çarıklı Kilise
- Tokalı Kilise
Goreme Open Air Museum, which combines centuries of different races and different languages as a roof, has a different significance in terms of the history of religious art. Small and large churches are set up around the dining halls. The Goreme Open Air Museum has 11 churches and churches that can be visited, as well as 18 churches whose entrance is covered by bars due to the danger of collapse.
Goreme Open Air Museum, Girls and Boys Monastery, St. Basil's Chapel, Elmalı Church, Saint Barbara Chapel, St. Katerina Chapel, Yılanlı Church, Karanlık Church, Çarıklı Church and Tokalı Church are open to visitors. These churches are divided into 2 categories as anlı Colonnaded Churches unlu and unlu Serpentine Churches ategor according to their architecture and periods. The colonnaded churches include Karanlık Church, Elmalı Church and Çarıklı Church, where there are wall paintings that contain wholeness. The nuns, which are independent of each other, do not have any logic order, do not tell the story, are examples of Snake Churches, Sultana Church, Saint Barbara and Saint Katherina chapels.