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30 Nisan 2013 tarihinde yayınlandı. Gösterim: 1671

KAMAN TOURISM

There are 19 hill towns in the county of Kaman, which is the gate of Cappadocian history and tourism, some of which are registered and some of which are not registered. Kaman-Kalehöyük, which is in Çağırkan, is the major one among these. Together with this historical heritage, a Japanese garden, which is named Mikosamiya Memorial Garden, the caves and tumulus in Savcılı Büyükoba, Hirfanlı Dam facilities attract the attention of domestic and foreign tourists. The Kalehöyük Archeology Museum opened in 2010.

The shores of Hirfanlı Dam Lake, which is an inland sea 19 km from Kaman, which is in the middle of Ankara, are very convenient for being used as beaches and the lake is suitable for water sports and fishing.  The lake has fresh water and it looks like a sea. The widest area of it is 15 km and it is 70 km long. The dam road is suitable for transportation. The area where there is the dam social facility is a good promenade thanks to its pine trees and scenery. There is a restaurant, club and beach in the facility.

 The big caves in the area that have not been discovered are also seen as important assets in terms of the invigoration of “Cave Tourism”. “Greek Ruins flat settlement area” in the Yenikapan village of the county, “Ömerhacılı Castle”, which was built on the high rocks of the Baran Mountain near the Ömerhacılı town, “Kuş Castle”, which is 3 km from the county of Kaman and “Demirli Churches”, which are on the North of Demirli town are considered among the oldest historical remains of the region.

The grave of famous folk poet Dadaloğlu, who was born in Kozan in 1785, who lived as a nomad in many places and spent the last years of his life in Kaman and then died there in 1876 , is in the Dadaloğlu Culture Park in Ziyarettepe location.  

Famous folk poets such as Dadaloğlu, Muharrem Ertaş, Neşet Ertaş, Şemsi Yastıman, Hacı Taşan and Çekiç Ali were raised in and around Kaman and it is also the homeland of the world-famous Kaman walnut. The other name of Kaman is Yeşil Kaman (Green Kaman).