Although the interior layout is pretty much the same as other Caravanserais we have visited, I loved the intricate design of the entrance on this one; it’s well-preserved, from the 13th century & I love the history of these places. It doesn’t take much imagination to picture the hustle, bustle & colours of the traders, merchants, animals & guards, all those centuries ago & the very name, “Silk Road” is rather ‘romantic’. We visited it whilst on our way to Tokali church, in Cappadocia & thought it worth the quick stop.
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