Ihlara Valley

P¸renliseki Church The church, which was thought to have been built between the 10th and 12th centuries, was named after the mullet. It lies to the north of the Kokar Church in the valley. It consists of 4 sections carved into the rocks and 2 naves covered with a barrel vault. The entrance is opened to the hall and the hall is moved to the other sections. There are also burial chambers on the narthex floor to the west of the church. Although it has a primitive style and dark colors, the descriptions in the freks are very important. To the south of Narteks there are ëForty Martyrs and Deesis ve with Sivas and Ş Last Judgmentë to the west. Prophethood of the prophet in the dome in the south, the prophets in the dome, and the bishops in the strips below. Meryem, prophet depictions, Gospel, Water Experiment, Visit, Travel to Bethlehem, Worship of Three Minions and Shepherds, Last Supper, Introduction to Jerusalem, Women in Empty Grave, Birth, Christ Entering Hell, Betrayal, Caught in Christ The scenes of Jesus' Ascension, Crucifixion and Burial are on the west wall, and the depictions of the saints are seen among the Daniel Arslans. Erita˛ Church

One of the oldest buildings of the Ihlara Valley, Erita˛ Church was built at the beginning of the 10th century and at the beginning of the 10th century and before the iconoclastic period. The most prominent feature is that it is one of the biggest temples and cemeteries of the valley. The Church of the Prophet. It is understood from the two inscriptions on the east wall that it was built for Mary. In the west of the temple, which has a single nave and a barrel, a separate building was built that connects the church with the graves, but a part of it has been destroyed until the present day. The area where the funeral ceremonies were held on the lower floor of the church which was built on two floors was connected to the cemeteries. The Jesus Cycle is quite wide. The wooden floor between two floors could not resist the time and collapsed.