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Sultanhanı Kervansarayı, Aksaray

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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  • Mean kervansarayi Inn for caravans. The Sultanhani is the most well preserved from the era of the Silk Road. Traders had medical care, food, home, repair your shoes and compensation if they were robbed. The camels were also taken care of. Could only stay for 3 days. Who is traveling by land through Turkey cannot fail to meet. From Cappadocia to Aksaray approximately 100 km.
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  • Our tour guide anlattigina gore kervansaraymis the only restored. Time to work but not protected very lonely loner selcuklu EVI. It's right next to you can do shopping you can cay ice place available
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  • It is in fact the most promptous and one of the most ancient caravanserails herited from antolian seldjukids. The ornaments on the front portal are avesome. But it is mostly like in ruins and not well...  read more »
  • May family have very good time well nice place
  • Interesting, but only worth a quick visit. You get the idea after about 10 min. The advantage of visiting this Caravanserai is that it is easy to find and not far off the highway if you want to take a break from a road-trip for a stopover in a town, and see something historical at the same time. Other Caravanserai of the old Silk Road are a little further 'off the beaten track' of its modern equivalent.
  • Was here on 4.2.16..
  • 2016 entry fee/Entrance fee € 5 Largest caravanserai in Turkey.
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  • Sultanhani city founded by brothers Shahed and Mustafa AYHAN
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