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Last church with frescoes

This is the church i Mustafpaşa town neary Ürgüp! You can see many cave churches in Cappadocia! But... read more

Reviewed 21 December 2015
398aykutg
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Cappadocia, Turkey
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The frescoes are just amazing! The visit gave us a glimpse of the church past as it stands in the... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2015
BostonTP
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Boston
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21 Dec 2015
“Last church with frescoes”
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Reviewed 21 December 2015

This is the church i Mustafpaşa town neary Ürgüp! You can see many cave churches in Cappadocia! But this is the last one decorated with frescoes! If you are interested in İconography, recommended. You can see another one in the town but nothing left inside...More

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Reviewed 21 December 2015

This is the church i Mustafpaşa town neary Ürgüp! You can see many cave churches in Cappadocia! But this is the last one decorated with frescoes! If you are interested in İconography, recommended. You can see another one in the town but nothing left inside...More

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Reviewed 31 January 2015

The frescoes are just amazing! The visit gave us a glimpse of the church past as it stands in the present. Explore on the unique structure and frescoes.

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