Şereflikoçhisar – Central Anatolia

We are just before Şereflikoçhisar on the high, dry plain of Central Anatolia.  The Countryside reminds of Tibet, but only for moments – it is at around 1000m and has much more air than the lofty Tibetan Plateau.


The town has apparently a history that goes back to Hittite times, but with a Seljuk Castle.  Our attention remains with the 70km without significant settlement that separates us from the place.


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