The historical and natural richness of Cappadocia has been integrated and transformed into natural materials by the people of the region throughout the ages. The activities of the people of Cappadocia are an important source of this natural and cultural heritage. One of the handicrafts that has an economic impact besides keeping the cultural heritage alive is hand weaving.
The women of the region should see the works of the daughter-in-law of the daughter-in-law, through hand looms, and examine the construction. The number of stitches falling to the centimeter of the old carpets made using the root paint will amaze you.
The precious stones brought in raw from all over the world in the Avanos province, which has become the center of Cappadocia's handcrafts, are transformed into perfect jewelers by finding life in the master hands. These stones are used in decorations in some areas in the region as well as jewelry designs that are produced by processing stones such as turquoise, lapis, emerald, amethyst, amber, onyx and saffron. It is known that the stone which is the most preferred stone in decoration is Turkuaz, while it is the most preferred stone in decoration with its ability to reflect and transmit onyx stone light.
Cappadocia has been home for many years as it has caused many handicrafts to come out due to its geographical location, climate conditions and the structure of the soil. Leatherworking is also one of the handicrafts that are developed to make Cappadocia the center of attention of your valued guests.
You can taste the most delicious wines of the country made from grapes produced in Cappadocia, one of the most fertile lands of Anatolia, and you can even witness the construction stage.