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10.06.2021 15:12 News >> Turkey's Famed Cappadocia Drew Over 60,000 Tourists This May

Turkey's Famed Cappadocia Drew Over 60,000 Tourists This May

With 17,774 visitors, Goreme open air museum is most visited site, followed by Zelve open air museum.

Turkey's world-famous Cappadocia region, home to fabled fairy chimneys and stunning balloon rides, welcomed over 60,000 tourists this May, local tourism officials said in a statement on Thursday.
According to authorities in the central Nevsehir province, 61,634 people visited 17 top tourist sites in Cappadocia.
With 17,774 visitors, the famed Goreme open-air museum was the most-visited destination in Cappadocia.
It was followed by the Zelve open-air museum, which drew 17,477 visitors, and the underground city of Kaymakli, which attracted 11,571 visitors, according to the statement.
Writing by Ahmet Gencturk -



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