Our final morning in Cappadocia was greeted with multitudes of hot-air balloons in the sky. The sight was amazing though it was not fully visible to the naked eye.
A caravanserai was a roadside inn where travelers (caravaners) could rest and recover from the day’s journey. The Sultan Han is a 13th century surviving caravanserais built throughout the Seljuk Empire in the town of Sultanhani, Aksaray Province.
This structure has a huge interior courtyard with a Square stone kiosk-mosque in the middle. Exploring this fortified structure makes one question the amazing foresight of the Syrian architect in the 1200s and the stonework of stonemasons.
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