Many of the buildings with historic sites are in such caves, this monastery is no exception, still more worth visiting, after all, the unique scenery here. Buy the Turkish pass is good value
The monastery valley is located in the central part of Guzéyut. Walking along the valley, you can see the cavernous churches and monasteries of large and small, two sides of the dwarf mosque, the Grand Mosque, Anargyros mosque, the Screen Church, the Coal Church and so on. There is also a mini dungeon in this valley. There are many temples and attractions to see and take a good look at.
We were chartered and walked down the valley to see the cathedrals and monasteries of the caverns and the monasteries, but I couldn't tell the difference between the church and the monastery. But we were all in high spirits because there was no one but us, and it was quiet.
The large and small caves are the composition of the monastery, and it is conceivable that Christianity was persecuted in the past, and that they could only hide in the hermitage between the mountains and the woods.
Overall a little exciting, the steepest part is almost 90 degrees, there is also Wufushu V fresh air, tourist attractions, very comfortable