477.000 Visitors to Cappadocia in May; In May, 477 thousand 757 tourists visited the Cappadocia region, which is one of the important tourism centers of Turkey.

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477.000 Visitors to Cappadocia in May

According to the data released by the Nevşehir Governorship Press and Public Relations Directorate, Ürgüp Museum, Hacıbektaş Archeology and Ethnography Museum, Dark, El Nazar and Gülşehir St Jean Churches, Derinkuyu, Kaymaklı, Özkonak, are open to visitors in the Cappadocia region under the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. , Mazı and Tatlarin underground cities, Göreme Open Air Museum, Zelve Ruins, Gülşehir Open Palace Ruins, Hacıbektaş Veli Museum and Hacıbektaş Atatürk House were visited by 477,757 domestic and foreign tourists last May.

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In the same period of last year, 61 thousand 634 people visited the historical and touristic centers in the Cappadocia region.

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