Our ATV guide. He was telling us how he met his Japanese wife when he was working at a hotel and she moved to Cappadocia for him. He kinda reminds me of James Dean era. Young, Wild & Free.
Anil & Barber Osman
Inside the abandoned school in Baskoy.
More pictures of Baskoy by Cappadocia Cultural Research & Protection Association
Greek Mansion in Baskoy,
Found an old pic of the building in early 1900.
Baskoy Kids, Cappadocia
Avanos old quarter
Baskoy, was named Potamya during Roman Empire period. After Lozan Treaty in 1924, the Greek residents left and local of Kavasos moved to the abandoned Greek village.
2nd pic: Baskoy from far, the ruins and dwellings on rock formation.
This bizarre village left me the most impression during my Cappadocia trip. We thought it was entirely abandoned. After 10 minutes of wandering around, the local kids and old folks started appearing, welcomed us with big smile.
More info on Baskoy
Fixer, Avanos, Cappadocia
A young farmer
Avanos, a small pottery town that filled with interesting people.
Turkish ‘Mahjong’ called Okey, Derinkuyu