Afyonkarahisar Food | PHRYGIAN Valley | Secret Destinations Of Turkey







Turkey is more than Cappadoccia and Istanbul! Like Afyonkarahisar, there are beautiful destinations to discover. In this episode, I go to Phyrigian Valley at Ucler Kayasi Vliiage that has an ancient history of Phrygians and where the treasures of King Midas was. Then in the old city center of Afyonkarahisar, I walk around the old Turkish houses, Mosques from Selchuklu Times and more…

Watch the next episode, the places to eat and shop in Afyon City:
We went to Isparta City the next day, watch and discover the places to visit in the city center:
In the video, I used some old photos of the city from the archive of Dick Osseman's photos. He has a great archive of photos about Turkey. You can see more from this link:


— Phrygian Valley Ucler Kayasi Village Region:
Located in the Anatolia region in the Phrygian Valley, Phrygians are believed to have settled in western Anatolia in around the eighth century B.C. Following the fall of the Hittites, the Phrygians and their kingdom, once based in modern-day Ankara, became a dominant power in Anatolia. Read more from here:
— Dilek Pastry Shop At the center of the Afyon City: Walk around the street on google map:
— ULU MOSQUE: Ulu Mosque, which is one of the largest mosques in Afyonkarahisar, was built during the period of Anatolian Seljuks (1272-1277) The link is in Turkish but you can translate with Google 🙂
— Afyon Cultural And Art House:
— İmaret Mosque: (Please translate to English with Google)

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